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 template can also be downloaded from Github.
This is just an example/guide for you to refer to when submitting manuscripts to Frontiers, it is not mandatory to use Frontiers .cls files nor frontiers.tex.
This will only generate the Manuscript, the final article will be typeset by Frontiers after acceptance.
Template para submissão de artigos na revista PODes - Pesquisa Operacional para o Desenvolvimento.
Eventuais alterações devem ser verificadas pelos autores no site:
This is the LaTeX template for papers submitted to Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America (PLSA). The sp.bst used in the template was created by Kai von Fintel based on a merlin.mbs by Patrick W. Daly. Style sheet this template is meant to adhere to can be found at http://journals.linguisticsociety.org/proceedings/index.php/PLSA/pages/view/instructions.
Sarah E. Murray, Patrick Farrel, Daniil M. Ozernyi
If you are planning to submit your scientific reserach paper in IEEE System-on-Chip (SOCC) conference. You can use this template to write your manuscript and avoid page size, margins and other formatting errors.
MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute) is a publisher of scholarly and scientific journals ranging from basic research in natural and social sciences, to engineering and applications. Articles are peer-reviewed and published in open access journals. This is the official MDPI LaTeX Template as of December 2021. Please also see the information for authors on the MDPI webpage prior to submission.
This is the official template of the Phonological Data and Analysis journal, published by the Linguistic Society of America. The sp.bst used in the template was created by Kai von Fintel for Semantics and Pragmatics journal, and is based on a merlin.mbs by Patrick W. Daly.
Daniil M. Ozernyi, Patrick Farrell, Laura R. Faircloth