Peer Review LaTeX package
peer_review is a LaTeX2e package that provides functionality for writing a review of a scientific manuscript.
The package provides clean formatting and convenient macros and environments for doing the review.
Below is an example output from using
peer_review in conjunction with the
This class provides a nice formatting and compaction of the standard
article class, though
peer_review can be used on top of the base article class too.
Manual for using
See the using
Get the style file from GitHub
git clone https://github.com/amoodie/peer_review.git
This package can be added to your
tex-tree by symbolic link.
This has the benefit of allowing changes from the repository during development to be pulled directly down to the repository, keeping your version of the package up to date.
Wherever you use the package from on your system, it will automatically call this version of the class file.
This allows you to keep only one version of the file, and not be forced to place it in every folder you want to use the class with.
A proper symbolic link resides in your
tex-tree and points to the local
One example, with pseudocode is below.
For a linux user with the default location of the
texlive install, the following yields a proper symbolic link:
sudo mkdir <local_path_to_textree>/tex/latex/compact_proposal sudo ln -s <local_path_above_this_repo>/compact_proposal/compact_proposal/compact_proposal.cls <local_path_to_textree>/tex/latex/compact_proposal/compact_proposal.cls
Note that the
tex-tree is everything below
After the above command, a call to hash the
tex-tree is necessary.
- Andrew J. Moodie