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Academic article template

Templates for converting an academic article written in markdown to PDF, using pandoc.

Uses the default pandoc template for creating the PDF article, as well as a custom template for creating an anoynomous PDF article without personal information (useful for reviewing).

Use the make.bat and supply an arbitrary markdown file as argument (make article.md) to create a PDF file (article.pdf).

Files

  • article.md is the markdown article.
  • make.bat creates a PDF article.
  • make-anonymous.bat creates an anonymous PDF article.
  • ref.bib contains the bibliography.
  • svm-latex-anon-ms.tex is a LaTeX template for creating anonymous PDF files.
  • apa6.cls is syntax for APA6 reference formatting.

See example output at article.pdf and article-anonymous.pdf.

Setup

  1. Install pandoc.
  2. Download all files: git fetch git@github.com:peterdalle/academic-article-template.git
  3. Run make.bat article.md in a Command Prompt (Windows only at the moment).

Convert to article

Use the make.bat to create the manuscript. Supply the name of the markdown file as an argument:

make article.md

The result is article.pdf.

For reviewing, use make-anonymous.bat to create a manuscript without author, date or any personal information:

make-anonymous article.md

The result is article-anonymous.pdf.

Credits

  • APA6 syntax formatting apa6.cls provided by Matt Weidner and originally created by Simon Kornblith, Bruce D'Arcus, Curtis M. Humphrey, Richard Karnesky.
  • Anonymous LaTeX template svm-latex-anon-ms.tex provided by Steve's R.

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