Write academic papers of Elsevier journals.
One of my academic manuscripts, published on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, was the first paper of mine written in R bookdown environment from the preparation to the publication. Hooray!
Elsevier is one of the world’s major providers of scientific, technical, and medical information. Elsevier owns 2500 journals, which is why I would like to share my bookdown manuscript for re-use.
Elsevier provides a LaTeX template which is free for using. I modified it as ‘tex/template.tex’, i.e. something was moved from the original LaTeX template to the yaml of ‘index.Rmd’. Users could simply compare them and then get an idea how to convert a LaTeX template into a bookdown template.
Install R, bookdown, LaTeX, and bookdownplus. Then run the following code in R language to create a book from this template:
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