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.
A Latex template for the preparation of IAU Symposia Proceedings downloaded from
The package contains: Class File (iau.cls), Instructions, a Sample PDF and a Sample TeX file
Copyright (C) 2009 by Tobias Elze
Journal of Vision LaTeX template version 1.0.
This document may be used freely for your own submissions. This template was downloaded from http://www.tobias-elze.de/latex/ on 19 November, 2015.
The template makes your LaTeX manuscript look similar to Journal of Vision articles. However, in contrast to the two-column JOV articles, manuscripts are in single colum mode. This version of the template considers the changed layout requirements as of 2010.
Journal template for Medical Physics based on RevTeX. A few non-obvious settings had to be done in the manuscript file. This template was generated from the manuscript file (Elze and Tanner, 2009)
This template was downloaded from http://www.tobias-elze.de/latex/ on 19 November 2015.
This is the LaTeX template for BioMed Central journal article submissions.
The BioMed Central instructions for authors provides instructions and guidelines for preparing your manuscript for submission.
You can start writing your paper online with Overleaf - simply click the image or "Open as Template" to get started.
This template includes formatting instructions for authors using LaTeX who will be publishing a paper in an AAAI (Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence) Press proceedings or technical report.
AAAI creates proceedings, working notes, and technical reports directly from electronic source furnished by the authors. To ensure that all papers in the publication have a uniform appearance, authors must adhere to the following instructions.
See http://www.aaai.org/Publications/Author/author.php for more information.
We all have a good reason to learn a new language; discovering our roots, passion for travel, academic purposes, pure interest etc. However most of us find it hard to become conversationally fluent in a new language while we use traditional resources for learning like textbooks and tutorials on the internet. In this paper we propose a novel approach to learn a new language. We aim to develop an intelligent browser extension, LanGauger, that will help users learn foreign languages. This application will allow users to look up words while they are browsing, by highlighting the text to be learned. The application will then provide a translation of the word, its pronunciation and its usage context in sentences. In addition, this intelligent tutor will also remember what words have been seen by the user, and quiz them on these words at appropriate times. While testing the recall of the user, this feature will also allow users to frequently think about the language and use it.