The purpose of the class yathesis is to facilitate dissertations’ typesetting of theses prepared in France, whatever disciplines and institutes. It implements most notably recommendations from the Ministry of Higher Education and Research and this, transparently to the user. It has also been designed to (optionally) take advantage of powerful tools available in LaTeX, including packages:
biblatex for the bibliography ;
glossaries for the glossary, list of acronyms and symbols list.
The yathesis class, based on the book class, aims to be both simple to use and, to some extent, (easily) customizable.
The present template is more a sample than a template but can be used as a starting point to gradually fit your own needs. A real template can be found [here].
Use this template to prepare manuscript submissions for International Journal of Student Research in Archaeology (IJSRA). See https://github.com/LukasCBossert/ijsra for submission. [Updated 21 Sept, 2016]
The biblatex-chicago package implements the citation style of the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition. In this example, the notes option causes biblatex's autocite command to put citations in footnotes. The package can also produce inline author-year citations in the Chicago style. See the package documentation for more information.
This is the writing template for the ``Sprint Beyond the Book'' sessions at SSP 2016. We invite you to join our team of science fiction authors, scholars, digital publishers, journalists, and technologists to write, edit, assemble and publish a book about the future of scholarly publishing on-the-fly in 72 hours.
We will employ a variety of collaborative technologies and explore the idea of writing as a performance. In order to pull off this ambitious plan, we need your help! Please stop by to help brainstorm, write, or edit contributions.
Each concurrent session will confront participants with different provocation about the future of scholarly publishing.
Find out more about the sessions on the SSP 2016 website.