Write your Clinical Briefs in Overleaf: New template for Evolution, Medicine and Public Health (EMPH) from Oxford University PressPosted by John on March 3, 2015
- Posted by John on February 27, 2015
Great news from the LaTeX Community forum: in the next few days, the book 'LaTeX Beginner’s Guide' by Stefan Kottwitz will be available for free download as an e-book (regular price € 24.97).
- Posted by Mary Anne on February 24, 2015
Overleaf is delighted to announce a new partnership with The Genetics Society of America (GSA). Through this partnership, authors submitting to GSA’s GENETICS and G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics journals will soon have access to the award winning Overleaf collaborative cloud-based writing and reviewing tool. They will be able to quickly and easily write articles in a customized journal template and collaborate on those articles with colleagues.
- Posted by Tim on February 16, 2015
On 4 September 2018 a new version of Overleaf was launched (Overleaf v2) and a decision was taken to (temporarily) remove the integration of Plotly within Overleaf v2. As part of Overleaf’s development roadmap we will be working toward an improved integration of Plotly which leverages the Plotly API—which was not available when the original Plotly integration work was conducted. Consequently, this blog post is, at present, of historic interest only and describes features/functionality which were available in Overleaf v1 but are not (currently) present in Overleaf v2. If you have any questions or concerns about this do please feel free to contact us.
You can now import your Plotly graphs directly into your Overleaf projects!
- Posted by Henry on February 10, 2015
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