What are these templates for?
The template file is just a guide which allows your text to appear within the margins appropriate to the size of the journal. When you insert your text and figures etc., it will show approximately how many pages your article will total.
Do I need to use one?
If you want to know how many pages your article will comprise in the particular journal format, then yes. But please note: it is not essential that you use one, since all articles, if accepted, will be correctly formatted for publication by our typesetter.
What are the formats of the journals?
Inderscience uses two formats of journals:
9 ½” x 6 ½” – the majority of Inderscience journals are this size (roughly A5), with one column per page.
9 ½” x 6 ½” size templates are meant for the following journals:Browse journals by title
A4 – some Inderscience journals are this larger size with two columns per page.
A4 size templates are meant for the following journals:Browse journals by title
What templates can I use for each size?
Here are zip files to download the Word and LaTex formats for both sizes:
9 ½” x 6 ½” Word format
9 ½” x 6 ½” LaTex format
A4 Word format
A4 LaTex format
(If you use LaTex, you mustsave your LaTex file as a PDF file to ensure that those reviewing your article will be able to view it. These LaTex template files were developed using MiKTeX 2.8 TeXworks software.)
What other files can I use?
For those using LaTex:
Bibliography Style File (.bst)
This will help you to format your list of references.
Sample Template with Equation
The sample template illustrates how the template can be used.