A blank project that is built with the template for publishing papers in the proceedings of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics. See the ACAL proceedings documentation on our website for more details.
An introduction to LaTeX for beginners, designed to help scholars publish papers with the proceedings of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics. The template is built on Language Science Press's Overleaf template, and borrows heavily from the Pomona College Linguistics Overleaf Template.
A template for publishing papers in the proceedings of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Provides details on LaTeX formatting of documents specific to our proceedings with Language Science Press.
This is a template on Overleaf intended to be viewed in Rich Text mode. The purpose is to provide a manner of submission to the proceedings of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics that doesn't require authors to know LaTeX. ACAL members submitting through here should consult the instructions on the ACAL website before using this template.
The official LaTeX template for submissions to the 58th annual meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2020).
Note from Overleaf:
SyncTeX will not work correctly with this template (as well as other templates based on similar underlying code, eg CVPR, EMNLP, etc) when the line numbers are active. To make SyncTeX function while authoring your manuscript, either on Overleaf or in your own LaTeX installation, the line numbers have to be turned off by uncommenting \aclfinalcopy.
This version of the template is configured to open in Overleaf with the TeX Live 2016 compiler image. You may get an error if you compile it with TeX Live 2018 or newer. See this discussion for details if you need to compile this on TL2018 or newer.