Using EndNote with LaTeX/BibTeX: Academic Journals using LaTeX

This guide is designed to provide information only. Students should check with their advisors and within their departments for specific details.

Journals and LaTeX

A growing number of academic journals in the fields of imaging science, physics, and mathematics mandate that articles be formatted using LaTeX.

Whether or not an academic journal requires or recommends using LaTeX can be found by visiting the journal's website. Often, the information will be found under tabs such as "Instructions for Authors" or "Author Information." 

Many journals will provide templates (in the form of .tex files) that help authors easily format their papers. The following tabs include examples of academic journals for different scientific disciplines that provide these resources.

Journals using LaTeX

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