[texhax] package for papers
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Mon Jul 18 22:34:55 CEST 2011
Oh come on...
2011/7/18 Paul Stanley <paulrichardstanley at gmail.com>
> Sorry to be a pain folks, only I can't find any info on either article.cls
> or amsart.cls. I've searched on ctan but to no avail.
> Any pointers would be gratefully received.
> At 21:36 13/07/2011, you wrote:
>> hi, paul,
>> Could the list recommend a package for typesetting an academic paper?
>> I'm not looking for anything too fancy; as long as it has all the
>> for dividing the document into the usual sections e.g. an abstract,
>> bibliography etc.
>> if you're thinking of submitting the paper
>> to a particular journal, see if the publisher
>> has an applicable package.
>> if not, either article.cls or amsart.cls has
>> the same "standard" sectioning structure; the
>> only real differences are some variations in
>> the way the top matter is input, and the
>> appearance of the output.
>> re the top matter, for article, address and
>> other author-related information is input
>> within the author argument; for amsart, these
>> elements are input separately, following the
>> author to which they "belong".
>> regarding appearance, the amsart style is
>> considerably more subdued (smaller sized
>> headings, etc.) than the article style.
>> possibly a difference in how mathematicians
>> and computer scientists look at the world --
>> it's subjective.
>> -- bb
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