LaTeX is great for plotting mathematical shapes -- here we present an example of a cardioid.
A cardioid is a plane curve created by tracing a point on the perimeter of a circle rolling around a fixed circle of the same radius. Read more
Original source: http://www.altermundus.fr/pages/euclide.html
The songs package lets you create beautiful songbooks in LaTeX. You can typeset lyrics, lyrics with chords, and overhead slides for singing, all from a single master document. You can include both chord names and guitar tablature diagrams (but not full sheet music).
This example is based on an excerpt from the example songbook in the documentation for the songs package.
This short example shows how to use fonts available on Overleaf to write Hebrew; the list of available fonts are here.
For more examples on using the polyglossia and babel packages to typeset Hebrew (and other languages), have a look at this and this help page.