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The MyST templates organization curates a community collection of MyST Markdown compatible templates. These templates allow MyST to export markdown files as typeset, formatted documents using PDF, LaTeX, Word or Typst templates. These templates expose data-driven options for customization ensuring the final documents comply with author submission guidelines provided by a particular journal, conference organizer or university.

Creating a Template

To create a template, you can follow the guide, as well as see the video below. Note that these guides are currently written for LaTeX, but can be generalized for Word and Typst. Documentation updates welcome!

Contributing a Template

MyST welcomes contributions of new templates, or improvements to any of our curated templates. To get started with LaTeX:

  • 📝 open an issue - tell us about the template you’d like added. Provide a link to the template if it’s online, or attach the files if you have them.
  • 🏋🏽‍♀️ create your own template - Learn how to create your own template in a few easy steps!
  • 🤝 contribute a template - Even if it’s partial or barely started we’ll help test and get it over the line.

For more details on contributing, learning about the structure of templates specifically and how to build one. See the Contributors Guide, currently the documentation is written for creating a LaTeX templates but you can follows the same approach for any MyST Template or see MyST templates organization for a range of examples.

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