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Keep a birds eye view on science with Sparrho
By John Hammersley

Have you ever wished there was an easier way to keep on top of all the new papers in your field, instead of checking the arXiv every day? Step forward Sparrho, an interesting new way to keep abreast of the latest development relevant to your research.

Sparrho screenshot

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Sharing your work in the Overleaf gallery
By John Lees-Miller

Submit your work to the Overleaf gallery

Our gallery is the easiest way to put your LaTeX templates, examples and articles online.

OverleafGallery Publish Menu

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Streamlining publication - F1000Research and Overleaf
By John Hammersley

Today marks the launch of F1000Research Article Collections. Fourteen new articles based upon open source biological visualisation components which comprise the start of the BioJS Collection.

We're pleased to have been able to support this initiative - the BioJS Collection articles were written, submitted, checked and edited using Overleaf, which combines the Rich Text writeLaTeX editor with our new editorial review system, first announced earlier this year.

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Submit to PeerJ directly from writeLaTeX
By John Hammersley

We're delighted to announce a new partnership with the open access publisher PeerJ. As a writeLaTeX user, you can now submit your articles directly to their journal or pre-print server.

Writelatex PeerJ journal article and preprint LaTeX template screenshot
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Photos from the launch event
By John Hammersley

Photos from the launch event are now online.

View the event gallery

Writelatex British Library Event Photo
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