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SciPy Proceedings ================= Paper Format ------------ Papers are formatted using reStructuredText and the compiled version should be no longer than 7 pages, including figures. Here are the steps to produce a paper: - For the 2012 branch of the `scipy_proceedings <https://github.com/scipy/scipy_proceedings>`__ repository on GitHub. An example paper is provided in ``papers/00_vanderwalt``. Create a new directory ``papers/firstname_surname``, copy the example paper into it, and modify to your liking. - Run ``./make_paper.sh papers/firstname_surname`` to compile your paper to PDF (requires LaTeX, docutils, Python). The output appears in ``output/firstname_surname/paper.pdf``. - Once you are ready to submit your paper, file a pull request on GitHub. Papers may be submitted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 15th. General Guidelines `````````````````` - All figures and tables should have captions. - License conditions on images and figures must be respected (Creative Commons, etc.). - Code snippets should be formatted to fit inside a single column without overflow. - Avoid custom LaTeX markup where possible. Other markup ------------ Please refer to the example paper in ``papers/00_vanderwalt`` for examples of how to: - Label figures, equations and tables - Use math markup - Include code snippets Requirements ------------ - IEEETran and AMSmath LaTeX classes - **Latest** docutils (development version, they haven't released in years) - Pygments for code highlighting