This template shows how you can use the apa6 package to write a manuscript in the style of the sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, which is widely used in the social sciences.
The template includes an example bibliography that shows how to automatically generate APA-style citations and bibliography entries. Please see the apa6 package documentation for more information.
This example shows how to write LaTeX in Japanese with the CJK package. WriteLaTeX includes a full set of fonts for Japanese, and we use UTF-8 encoding, so you can type Japanese characters directly into your LaTeX source code and have them appear in the output. This example is from Akiniwa's blog post.
This document shows how you can get ePub/eBook-like formatting in LaTeX with the memoir document class. You can't yet export directly to ePub from writeLaTeX, but you can export to PDF. To get ePub, you can download the LaTeX source from writeLaTeX and run it through a format conversion tool, such as htlatex to get HTML, and then go from HTML to ePub with a tool like Sigil or Calibre. See this thread on Stack Overflow for more advice.
SAFE LaTeX: LaTeX Templates for SAFE (Simple Agreement for Future Equity) Term Sheets.
Paul Graham and yCombinator have recently created and publicly recommended
the usage of SAFEs over convertible debt notes. More information about SAFEs
can be found here: http://ycombinator.com/safe/.
This project aims to make the process of making term sheets for your startup
easier. Creating these documents through LaTeX makes it much easier to create
professional looking PDFs and only requires modification of a single file.
This file can also be generated through a script to allow users to create
multiple documents from a list of investors.
A thesis/dissertation template for Oregon State University. Derived from original version posted on the OSU Math Department website. Edits are noted in the beavtex.cls file as well as in the replaceable abstract.
This is the example provided in the user guide for the dinbrief package. This package implements a document layout for writing letters according to the rules of DIN (Deutsches Institut für Normung, German standardisation institute).
Edit: This example now allows you to render umlauts with the typical \"a \"o \"u \ss commands if you're not working using a German keyboards (in addition to allowing ä ö ü and ß directly) - our thanks to Danny Werb for his help in setting this up.