This MIT thesis template is based on the unofficial templates available at http://web.mit.edu/thesis/tex/.
Those templates have been created to make it easy to prepare your thesis using LaTeX while adhering to the MIT Thesis Specifications. Every effort is made to keep these up to date, but you should always consult the MIT Libraries Thesis Specifications before submitting your thesis. If you notice something in the Thesis Specifications that does not match the Overleaf templates, please email cite-write-tools AT mit DOT edu.
The thesis templates are highly customizable, and there are many options and macros available for your use. Most of these are documented in the comments in each file, especially main.tex. You are encouraged to read through the comments.
Given a comma separated values (data.csv) file containing a list of contact details, produce a bunch of business cards using the datatool package for mailmerge-like functions. The .csv file can be exported from spreadsheet applications, such as Microsoft Excel, OpenOffice Calc, Numbers, etc. The business card design is adapted from the Business Cards for Programmers/Developers template.
This sample is a guideline for preparing technical papers using LaTeX for manuscript submission for all Journals of OUP*. This sample article uses a class file named ouparticle.cls that authors should use for their manuscript preparation. It is similar in use to the article class file of LaTeX, but has some extra fields in the preamble and some extended commands for other parts of the article.
*Note: this template is from 2009, and we recommend checking the latest author guidelines for your intended target OUP journal before starting to prepare your manuscript.
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