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Computer Science

Welcome to your guide to Computer Science research resources.

LaTeX editors

LaTeX article templates

Links to some LaTeX article templates.

Some templates may be available in Overleaf.  For others check the author resources on the journal or publisher's homepage.

Referencing

The new version of the template uses BibLateX and biber instead of bibtex. For now, both versions are running but the new template has a range of bibliographic options for various requirements. 

In this, all the person needs to do is uncomment their choice of bibliography style. The class file does the rest.

% Generate the references list
% This *requires* biblatex and biber to be installed. 
% Comment out the \APAReferences line and uncomment the preferred format.
\APAReferences{}
%\IEEEReferences{}
%\IEEEAlphaReferences{}
%\ChicagoNotesReferences{}
%\ChicagoAuthorDateReferences{}
%\HarvardAuthorDateReferences{}
%\VancouverReferences{}

% The bib resource is the file name for the bibliography file. Change it to suit your needs. 
\addbibresource{bibFile.bib}

Converting EndNote references to BibTex

References can be copied to a BibTex format from EndNote.

  1. Change the style to BibTex Export (from Select another style if it is not visible on the list).  If the style is note available  go to https://endnote.com/style_download/bibtex-export/ Right click on it (doe not open it) and save it to C:\Program Files (x86)\EndNote X9\Styles or C:\Users\amatich\Documents\EndNote\Styles – your user file.  It will then be available from Select Another Style.

     
  2. Select the references you want to copy, then Copy Formatted under Edit.


  3. Paste into Notepad and save.  (In LaTeX or the text editor you are using you can change the .txt to .bib.)