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In my experience, these kinds of pictures are usually created using the LaTeX package TiKZ. An example collection of what can be done with TiKZ and how is available here: https://texample.net/tikz/examples/


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You can do this by adding the following to your preamble. Something like this: \newcommand{\pkg}[1]{{\normalfont\fontseries{b}\selectfont #1}} \let\proglang=\textsf \let\code=\texttt \begin{document} Then you can refer to R as \proglang{R}, to a package \pkg{packagename}, and to a function as \code{functionname}. \end{document}


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I have RSS feeds on Feedly for all the major journals in my field, and I scan the titles every few days. Fortunately it is not a huge field, so this isn't too difficult - I can imagine it would be an overwhelming amount of information in some fields.


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Just follow all the people in your subfield on twitter. At this point that's easier than google or pubmed alerts, plus you can see when they're hiring too. That + conferences (if conferences ever come back) is how I stay up to date.


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