This is a template for scientific manuscripts. It follows standard conventions for organizing a manuscript, (Abstract / Intro / Results / Discussion / Methods).
Things that make it unusually nice: it uses cleverref package and "phantom" subpanels so you can refer to "Figure 1A" as a hyperlink. You can easily change to: two-column format, double/single spacing, line numbers.
I work at NYU Langone Health; the "Highlight" and "Accent" colors are from the institutional style guide for NYU Langone Health's violet / blue. NYU's style guide recommended Montserrat as a web-friendly sans serif font.
License is CC0 -- i.e. no restrictions. I hope you find it useful. I will not provide any support for this template.
This template will get you started with writing your report or thesis. It can also make slides. It contains:
a title page for VUB and for BRUFACE
an abstract in English, Dutch and French
a table of contents, list of figures, tables and listings
the typical chapters
appendices with useful information on various topics
In the appendices you will find useful information about:
LaTeX and this template
formatting of figures, tables, equations and source code
useful packages and commands
examples of different types of figures and plots
mathematical symbols and Greek symbols
This is an updated template for articles submitted to the Journal Of Language Modelling v1.6.3, compatible with overleaf.
The official JLM template relies on having fonts installed system-wide, which is not possible with overleaf. This version of jlm.cls is slightly modified to load fonts from a subfolder.