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Where can I find the template for an article with the structure of the IJF?

Attached the link to see an example

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0169207014001083

You just click on top "download pdf" and automatically will download the article with the format and structured I am looking for.

I tried all the latex templates pages but couldn't find a similar one with the article info and abstract in two columns, the content in full width and again the article in two columns.

Thanks for the support!!!

  • they do list an email-address in the .pdf. Maybe you should contact them? – Runar Jul 3 '16 at 17:33
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This guide for authors wishing to submit a paper to the IJF says that is recommended to use elsarticle.cls. There's a link to a LaTeX dedicated page as well.

  • Thanks for the answer but the guidelines for authors and additional info was already checked. No way to find out the exact template. – José Jul 3 '16 at 21:09
  • @José elsarticle will not produce the exact output as in the journal, but that's how things work: the copy editors will change some details and produce the final output. – egreg Jul 3 '16 at 22:56
  • On the LaTeX dedicated page it says "Although elsarticle.cls supports most journal styles, it is not possible to match the journal's layout exactly.", so you won't find the exact layout/class/template. If you want to submit an article, you shouldn't even try because "Custom layout will be removed." and " The text should be in single-column format.". If you want it for something else, it's not that much of a problem to replicate the layout. – alwaysask Jul 4 '16 at 6:22
  • Ok, guys!!! Got it!!! I was interested in to replicate the layout but without the template would be difficult for me.Thanks anyway for your time and regards!!! – José Jul 4 '16 at 14:51
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The preferred template is given on the journal website at https://forecasters.org/ijf/authors/

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