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These are the official templates provided by F1000Research for authors preparing LaTeX submissions to their platform. Overleaf has partnered with F1000Research to make the publication process as simple and streamlined as possible for authors and editors alike.
Once your article is ready to be submitted, simply click the 'Submit to F1000Research' button from within Overelaf to submit your manuscript in a few quick steps. You'll receive an immediate notification confirming your submission, and Overleaf is directly integrated into the F1000Research editorial process which follows. Upon receiving your submission, their editors will efficiently review your article, and provide comments and suggested amendments back to you to review within Overleaf. Once you've made any changes, simply click to resubmit.
To find out more about how this integration is benefiting authors and editors alike, please take a look at this recent case study in which Michela and Tom from F1000Research discuss their experiences and those of the authors who've submitted papers through Overleaf.
F1000Research Journal Article Template
This template has been created for authors submitting articles to F1000Research. It is designed for easy editing online with Overleaf, and users can submit their paper directly to F1000Research from the Overleaf editor. Simply click above to start writing online in your browser. For instructions about the different article types accepted, please see F1000Research's article guidelines, and if you're new to Overleaf check out our tutorial for some help getting started.
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F1000Research Software Tools Template
This template has been created for authors submitting Software Tool Articles to F1000Research. It is designed for easy editing online with Overleaf, and users can submit their paper directly to F1000Research from the Overleaf editor.
Simply click above to start writing online in your browser.
For more information about submitting Software Tool Articles to F1000Research, please see their article guidelines. F1000Research advocates an Open Data policy. All articles should include citations to repositories that host the data underlying the results, together with details of any software used. When presenting new software tools all source code must be made openly available and archived in an online repository. For detailed guidelines on where the data/software can be deposited, and how they should be presented, see our data guidelines.
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