Here we provide a selection of academic journal templates for articles and papers which automatically format your manuscripts in the style required for submission to that journal. Thanks to the partnerships we're building within the publishing community, you can also now submit your paper directly to a number of journals and other editorial and review services via the publish menu in the editor.
This document contains the instructions for preparing a camera-ready manuscript for the proceedings of ACL-2015. The document itself conforms to its own specifications, and is therefore an example of what your manuscript should look like. These instructions should be used for both papers submitted for review and for final versions of accepted papers. Authors are asked to conform to all the directions reported in this document.
This is the template for LaTeX submissions to Political Science Research & Methods (PSRM).
You can use it to write and collaborate online in LaTeX. Once your article is complete, you can submit directly to PRSM using the ‘Submit to journal’ option in the Overleaf editor.
For more information on how to write in LaTeX using Overleaf, see this video tutorial, or contact the the journal for more information on submissions.
This template is for authors who are preparing papers for the Natural Language Engineering journal using the LaTeX document preparation system and the CUP NLE style file.
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LaTeX template for the EPJ Web of Conferences Journal. You should first read the "Main User's Guide" (webofc-doc.pdf) to get an overview of special instructions concerning the Web of conferences journal.
Alternatively to reading the entire documentation, it is also possible
to proceed by merely filling out the template and then looking up
additional commands as needed.
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The IEEE provides guidelines for the preparation of papers and presentations for their conference proceedings, including a series of LaTeX templates.
A number of templates using the IEEE style are available on Overleaf to help you get started - click above to use this template for Computer Science journals, or use the tags below to find more.
IEEEtran.cls version: 1.8b
This is an example paper for manuscripts for the journal Solar Physics, downloaded (28 June 2018) from the journal's support page for LaTeX authors. It contains the basic commands to write an article as well as some explanations for defining equations, figures, tables, and references.
The Journal of Logic and Computation aims to promote the growth of logic and computing, including, among others, the following areas of interest: Logical Systems, such as classical and non-classical logic, constructive logic, categorical logic, modal logic, type theory, feasible maths.
The bulk of the content is technical scientific papers, although letters, reviews, and discussions, as well as relevant conference reviews, are included.
For more information about the journal, see http://pasj.oxfordjournals.org/.
The IMA Journal of Management Mathematics, by Oxford University Press, publishes mathematics for management.
The mission of this quarterly journal is to publish mathematical or, more broadly, quantitative research of the highest quality, impact and relevance that can be directly utilised or have demonstrable potential to be employed by managers in profit, not-for-profit, third party and governmental/public organisations to improve their practices.
The journal also publishes novel meta-analyses of the literature, reviews of the "state-of-the art" in a manner that provides new insight, and genuine applications of mathematics to real-world problems in the form of case studies.
The journal welcomes papers dealing with topics in Operational Research and Management Science, Operations Management, Decision Sciences, Transportation Science, Marketing Science, Analytics, and Financial and Risk Modelling.
For more information about the journal, see http://imaman.oxfordjournals.org/.
Understanding the physiological role of lipids in cell membranes is strictly coupled to determination of their impact on membrane structure using well-defined lipid-only model systems. Elastic and inelastic scattering experiments using neutrons or X-rays are non-invasive, probe-free techniques that provide such insight and have been advanced significantly in the past years. In particular recent developments allow to study details of structure, elasticity and interactions in phase-separated systems mimicking membrane rafts. We review the basic concepts underlying these developments.
Written using the LaTeX template for Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) journals