The Computer Journal, published by Oxford University Press, is one of the longest-established journals serving all branches of the academic computer science community.
For more information about the journal see http://comjnl.oxfordjournals.org/.
This template is derived from the GigaScience LaTeX template. The original template is now customised to GigaBytes requirement and can be used to submit Updates for GigaBytes. Overleaf and Oxford University Press (OUP) have created the initial template for authors submitting manuscripts to GigaScience.
This template allows authors to prepare and edit their manuscripts in the OUP 'contemporary' layout used by GigaBytes.
To begin writing, simply click the Open as Template button, above. Additional guidelines for preparing your submission are included within the template itself.
A general template supporting journals published by Oxford University Press. For further details, including a list of journals supported by the template and journal-specific options to select, see https://academic.oup.com/journals/pages/authors/preparing_your_manuscript.
Geophysical Journal International, published by Oxford University Press, is one of the world's leading primary research journals in geophysics. Geophysical Journal International publishes top quality research papers, letters and book reviews on all aspects of theoretical, computational, applied and observational geophysics. For more information about the journal, see http://gji.oxfordjournals.org/.
This is a template and guide for preparing papers for Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society using the 'mnras' LaTeX package.
See the mnras_template.tex file (included and used by default when opening the template) for a simple template to help you get started.
The mnras_guide.tex file (also included) provides instructions for using the additional features in the document class. This is not a general guide on how to use LaTeX, and nor does it replace the journal's instructions to authors.
LaTeX template for Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, published by Oxford University Press. This template was originally published on ShareLaTeX and subsequently moved to Overleaf in November 2019.
The mission of The World Bank Economic Review is to encourage and support research in the field of development economics. We seek to publish and disseminate innovative theoretical and empirical research that identifies, analyzes, measures, and evaluates the macro and micro-economic forces that promote or impede economic development with a view towards providing the knowledge necessary for designing, implementing, and sustaining effective development policies in low and middle income countries. Our intended audience comprises a worldwide readership of economists and other social scientists in government, business, international agencies, universities, and research institutions.