Overleaf is a software tool based on LaTeX which integrates into the authoring, publishing and archiving eco-system to support scientific and technical collaboration and publication. Reviewer Helen Josephine covers the products background and potential user groups, including those not familiar with the features of LaTeX. She considers the key features and potential uses of the software by technical teams, laboratories, software and hardware manufacturers and other industries which produce technical articles and archive internal documents.
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This Research Focus provides analysis, expert articles and product reviews on the state of play for current awareness services. (October - December 2017).
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