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 is the template for LaTeX submissions to eLife.
You can use Overleaf to write and collaborate online in LaTeX using the template. Once your article is complete, you can submit directly to eLife using the ‘Submit to eLife’ option in the Overleaf editor.
The leading scientists behind eLife are committed to rapid, fair, and constructive review. Before you submit your work, please note that eLife is a very selective journal that aims to publish work of the highest scientific standards and importance.
For more information on how to write in LaTeX using Overleaf, see this video tutorial, or our free online course.
Version: v1.6 elife.cls; v1.2 vancouver-elife.bst
This is an example of the iopart document class, and contains details on how to prepare and submit your articles for publication in an IOP Publishing journal. Note that IOP Publishing journals do not require TeX submissions to use this document class, other templates can be used.
If you'd like to write an IOP Publishing article, you can use this example document as a template and change the main article text to suit - simply click the button to get started.
Alternatively you can also just upload the iopart.cls file available from IOPP (see https://publishingsupport.iopscience.iop.org/questions/latex-template/) to any document you've already created, and change the document class to iopart to convert it to the style of this template.
This is a basic journal article template which includes metadata fields for multiple authors, affiliations and keywords.
It is also set up to use the lineno package for line numbers; these can be turned on by adding the 'lineno' option to the documentclass command.
This is a sample file for ACM large trim, single column journals, using acmart.cls v1.69 (2020/02/08). This template is provided by the ACM - please see the ACM Submission Guidelines page for more details on manuscript preparation.
This large single column format is used for submissions to:
Digital Threats: Research and Practice (DTRAP)
ACM Transactions on Computing for Healthcare (HEALTH)
The Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies (IMWUT)
ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH)
PACM on Programming Languages (PACMPL)
Proceedings of the ACM on Measurement and Analysis of Computing Systems (POMACS)
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP)
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction (PACMHCI)
Once your article is complete, you can use 'Submit to ACM' button at the top of the Overleaf (formerly writeLaTeX) editor bar to quickly download your paper files and go straight to the appropriate ACM submission site.
Bioinformatics provides a forum for the exchange of information in the fields of computational molecular biology and post-genome bioinformatics, with emphasis on the documentation of new algorithms and databases that allows the progress of bioinformatics and biomedical research in a significant manner.
For more information, please refer to the publisher's instructions.
This template is for authors who are preparing a manuscript for a Taylor & Francis journal using the LaTeX document preparation system and the interact class file, which is available via selected journals' home pages on the Taylor & Francis website.
This is the template for LaTeX submissions to American Political Science Review (APSR).
You can use it to write and collaborate online in LaTeX. Once your article is complete, you can submit directly to APSR 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. For more information on the submission criteria of the APSR, see the following guidelines or contact the journal's office.
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.
The American Geophysical Union organizes and disseminates scientific information in the fields of geophysics, which include atmospheric and ocean sciences; solid-Earth sciences; hydrologic sciences; and space sciences. The agujournal2019 LaTeX class provides formatting for all AGU journals in the correct APA style. This template allows for direct submission to Geophysical Research Letters.
This template is based on the one from the official author guidelines. See the instructions on that page for complete information.
Geophysical Research Letters publishes high-impact, innovative, and timely research on major scientific advances in all the major geoscience disciplines. Papers are communications-length articles and should have broad and immediate implications in their discipline or across the geosciences. GRL maintains the fastest turn-around of all high-impact publications in the geosciences and works closely with authors to ensure broad visibility of top papers.