I took a modified version of FDUletter_example.tex - an example latex file to illustrate FDUletter.cls
Template by Brian Wood (email@example.com).
Modified by Huang Weiran (firstname.lastname@example.org) to fit the need of FDU students.
And now modified by Asier Erramuzpe (email@example.com) to fit the need of MGEP students.
Clean, beautiful Latex template for writing journal articles.
This LaTex template provides a moderate extension to the base article class by pre-loading the usual formatting packages with options that make the finished product far easier to read.
I believe it's a useful template for bioaRχiv, medRχiv, and format-free submissions.
This template is provided as-is. I don't claim that it is either the most functional or the most flexible - it is, however, designed to get your writing process up and running ASAP, while still generating a reader-friendly document. The template also functions as a quickstart guide to LaTex for beginners.
For more information, please refer to the GitHub repository at https://github.com/mgp13/getwriting
Customisable calendars supporting different languages, sizes (normal, "giant" and "small"), colours and illustrations. The calendars can be marked with events with date ranges, with different markers and styles.
The default-sized calendars print 2-up on A4-sized papers and should fit CD jewel cases.
The "small" calendars print 4-up on A4-sized papers and should fit 3.5" floppy disk cases.
The "giant" calendars are full-page A4-sized.
Use the sundayweek document class option to make weeks start on Sundays.
Localisation possible with languages supported by babel/translator/datetime2.
Tested with british, spanish, french, ngerman, italian, portuges, polish, croatian, greek. (Probably works with more.) Use the nobabel option and make your own customisations, for languages not supported by babel and/or translator. Here are examples for Chinese (requires XeLaTeX) and Japanese (requires LuaLaTeX).
Note: If you get an error when you change the language or compiler, try clearing the auxiliary files in your compile session.
Or fork it on Github.
This is a template for scientific manuscripts. It follows standard conventions for organizing a manuscript, (Abstract / Intro / Results / Discussion / Methods).
Things that make it unusually nice: it uses cleverref package and "phantom" subpanels so you can refer to "Figure 1A" as a hyperlink. You can easily change to: two-column format, double/single spacing, line numbers.
I work at NYU Langone Health; the "Highlight" and "Accent" colors are from the institutional style guide for NYU Langone Health's violet / blue. NYU's style guide recommended Montserrat as a web-friendly sans serif font.
License is CC0 -- i.e. no restrictions. I hope you find it useful. I will not provide any support for this template.