Biostatistics publishes papers that develop innovative statistical methods with applications to the understanding of human health and disease, including basic biomedical sciences. Papers should focus on methods and applications.
This template may be used to prepare your submission to Biostatistics. It contains an example article which shows how to include text, figures and references. To begin writing your article, simply click the 'Open as Template' button above. For more information on the journal's requirements, please see their author guidelines.
Title, authors and affiliations, summary, keywords the body of the manuscript, acknowledgements, a short section describing the Supplementary Materials, and the references (excluding tables and figures) should not exceed 25 manuscript pages in the draft mode of the template.
When you are ready to submit your manuscript please click the Submit to Journal button in the Overleaf editor and follow the instructions provided. Your files will be transferred automatically, without the need for you to download and re-upload any files, and you'll be taken directly to the Biostatistics submission site to complete your submission.
We hope you find Overleaf useful for your Biostatistics submission, and please let us know if you have any feedback. If you're new to Overleaf, we've provided a short tutorial video to help you get started.
For theses or dissertations containing many equations (typically mathematics or engineering students), Auburn University provides a set of LaTeX style files for automatic formatting.
To get started, simply click the 'Open as Template' button above to open the Auburn University LaTeX template with style files pre-loaded.
Then you can modify the \title, \author, \date, \copyrightyear, \adviser, and \professor tags for the preamble, and start writing your thesis or dissertation online.
For more information on getting started with LaTeX, see this free online introduction to LaTeX, visit the official LaTeX Project Site or check out Professor Stanley Reeves' website at Auburn University.
Nifty little template for EPFL reports, but really suited to any kind of report if you just replace the logo on the title page. Set up so users can choose colours for chapter and section titles, as well as the floating box environments and figure/table captions.
An XeLaTeX thesis template for research postgraduate (MPhil and PhD) and professional doctorate (PD) students at City University of Hong Kong.
This thesis tempalte builds upon the Clean Thesis from Ricardo Langner. It is adapted to meet the regulations governing the format of theses (as of 2018-19).
Please read Regulations Governing the Format of Theses and Sample of the Front Cover/Spine/Title Page of a Thesis (Appendixes 12 and 13 of the Guidebook for Research Degree Studies). See my-thesis.pdf for an example PDF created with this template.
Credit goes to Ricardo Langner, author of the Clean Thesis above.
This template is included in CityU-Thesis, a collection of LaTeX thesis template for students at City University of Hong Kong. You can find more templates in that repository.