The American Astronomical Society (AAS) has developed a markup package to assist authors in preparing manuscripts intended for submission to all the AAS-affiliated journals. The journals are the Astrophysical Journal (ApJ), the Astronomical Journal (AJ), ApJ Supplements (ApJS), Letters (ApJL), The Planetary Science Journal (PSJ), and Research Notes of the American Astronomical society (RNAAS). The latest LaTeX classfile is AASTeX v6.3.1 and it can be obtained here. The sample631.tex template uses this classfile to illustrate some of the newer features for submissions to the main Journals. Authors should consult the extensive guide for all the features in AASTeX v6.3.1. Once your manuscript is complete, simply use the "Submit to Journal" option in the Overleaf editor to submit your files directly to the journal for processing. Note that you will still need to log on to the submission site to supply additional meta-data. The transfer to the peer review site can take some time so please be patient. The editorial office will contact you when your submission has been processed and is ready for the final meta-data input. If you're new to LaTeX, check out our free online introduction to help you get started, or please get in touch if you have any questions.
This is a template and guide for preparing papers for Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society using the 'mnras' LaTeX package.
See the mnras_template.tex file (included and used by default when opening the template) for a simple template to help you get started.
The mnras_guide.tex file (also included) provides instructions for using the additional features in the document class. This is not a general guide on how to use LaTeX, and nor does it replace the journal's instructions to authors.
This is an example paper for manuscripts for the journal Solar Physics, downloaded (28 June 2018) from the journal's support page for LaTeX authors. It contains the basic commands to write an article as well as some explanations for defining equations, figures, tables, and references.
The Journal of Logic and Computation aims to promote the growth of logic and computing, including, among others, the following areas of interest: Logical Systems, such as classical and non-classical logic, constructive logic, categorical logic, modal logic, type theory, feasible maths.
The bulk of the content is technical scientific papers, although letters, reviews, and discussions, as well as relevant conference reviews, are included.
For more information about the journal, see http://pasj.oxfordjournals.org/.