This LaTeX template is provided by Overleaf (formerly writeLaTeX) and PeerJ to help make it easier for authors to submit to the PeerJ journals and pre-print server.
The template contains examples of commonly used LaTeX commands and features to help you get started.
You can use this Overleaf template to submit articles to:
PeerJ – Life & Environment - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in the Biological, Medical and Environmental Sciences;
PeerJ Computer Science - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal serving the Computational sciences;
PeerJ Physical Chemistry - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including biophysical chemistry, molecular dynamics, electrochemistry, theoretical and computational chemistry;
PeerJ Organic Chemistry - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including biochemistry, polymers, green chemistry, photochemistry, and synthetic organic chemistry;
PeerJ Inorganic Chemistry - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including cluster, organometallic, transition metal, supramolecular and solid-state chemistry;
PeerJ Analytical Chemistry - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including atomic spectroscopy, omics technologies, separation science, spectroscopic analysis, and surface and structural imaging;
Materials Science - a peer-reviewed Open Access journal in subjects including additive manufacturing, bio- and bioinspired materials, smart materials, thin films, gels, alloys, ceramics, colloids, and porous materials.
PeerJ Preprints - a free preprint server publishing preprints in all subjects areas covered in our peer-reviewed journals.
If you have any questions or need any help with the template please get in touch. When your article or pre-print is complete, use the "Submit to PeerJ" option in Overleaf to send your files to PeerJ.
To download a copy of the template files (including the wlpeerj.cls file) for use offline, please click the "Open as Template" button.
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