This template is for a science textbook. The license is Creative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal.
The template originated from the author's search for a professional textbook style with the same level of quality as the most "elegant" looking books in his own library of math and computer science books.
This search ended when the author realized that the default latex book style produces the same style he was looking for. That style is exemplified by the classic computer science textbook "Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools", also known as "The Dragon Book".
The goal of this template is provide a minimal working example of a large textbook in the default style so you can see, for example, what a Table of Contents or an Index spanning multiple pages will look like. Please view the compiled PDF.
PSTricks drawings can't be compiled under pdflatex and lualatex (Frequently done errors #5). Instead, compilation with XeLaTeX is preferred if you need to use .jpg/.png/.pdf images in your project.
But if you absolutely need to compile with pdflatex, this example demonstrates how to use PStricks with pdflatex using auto-pst-pdf on Overleaf (But you still can't use .jpg/.png/.pdf images within your PSTricks drawings).
This is an example document for the achemso document class, intended for submissions to the American Chemical Society for publication.
For more information on preparing your manuscript for submission to ACS Publications, please see their resource center.
NYU PhD thesis template with equations, figures, clickable bibliography and clickable chapters and references.
Created by José Koiller 2007--2008. Modified by Siddharth Krishna, 2019. Major Revision by Quynh M Nguyen, 2021
Quynh M Nguyen