This file contains instructions for authors planning to submit a paper to the Journal of Fluid Mechanics. These instructions were generated in LaTeX using the JFM style, so the LaTeX source file can be used as a template for submissions.
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.
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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.
A simple template to be used as a personal diary or journal. Benefits over a typical hand-written journal include (1) no set entry length, (2) the ability to write as fast as one can type — often much faster than hand-writing speed, and (3) no pressure to write every day — rather than the standard journal with a page/heading for each day, this journal has only headings for the days you choose to write. I do not claim to be any sort of LaTeX expert, but I have found creating this template helpful for my own personal use. I hope you find it useful as well. Happy writing!
An unofficial template for editing a bachelor and master thesis at the University of Sannio in Benevento, Italy - Departement fo Engineering. This is an alternative template with respect to one already present among the Overleaf's templates.