A recent blog post from Language Science Press on their LaTeX-based workflow caught our eye towards the end of last year, as they talked about how they were using Overleaf as an integral part of this process.
We followed up with their coordinator Sebastian Nordhoff to find out more, and here's what he had to say...
Boston – Nov 5Thomson Reuters, an intelligent information provider for scholarly publishers, partners with Overleaf, an online Rich Text and LaTeX collaborative writing and publishing tool. This new partnership will allow authors to directly submit manuscripts created in the Overleaf platform to the thousands of journals that use the Thomson Reuters – ScholarOne submission and peer review system.
The ScholarOne and Overleaf integration will greatly simplify the submission process for authors while helping journals capture structured manuscript metadata, composed PDF documents, and correctly compiled LaTeX files.
Overleaf has announced that Springer will integrate 20 Springer journals and the Springer Transfer Desk with the Overleaf online LaTeX and rich text collaborative writing and publishing platform.
Martijn Roelandse, Manager Publishing Innovation at Springer, said,
“By working with Overleaf, our authors will have access to cutting-edge technology that can simplify their writing, collaboration and publishing processes. We’re very happy to be able to provide this service to our authors.”