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In Search of Example TEX File for StatRep-based SUG Paper

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In Search of Example TEX File for StatRep-based SUG Paper

I would like to write a SUG paper (PharmaSUG, SESUG) using StatRep. The only problem I'm having is that the default TEX/StatRep cosmetics look nothing like the conference templates (different font, margins, formatting, etc.). I could spend the better part of a day searching the internet one formatting option at a time. But I'm hopeful that someone out there has an example TEX file that they can share with the customizations needed for a SUG paper.


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@FriedEgg, thanks for the link. To benefit anybody who stumbles upon this post in the future, I'll add just a few clarifying details.

 

The most important link on the page you mentioned above (http://www.sascommunity.org/wiki/TeX_and_LaTeX) is this one:

   http://ctan.math.washington.edu/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/conferences/sugconf/

 

The README explains that sugconf.cls is what allows sugconf-example.tex to generate sugconf-example.pdf.

 

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@FriedEgg, thanks for the link. To benefit anybody who stumbles upon this post in the future, I'll add just a few clarifying details.

 

The most important link on the page you mentioned above (http://www.sascommunity.org/wiki/TeX_and_LaTeX) is this one:

   http://ctan.math.washington.edu/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/conferences/sugconf/

 

The README explains that sugconf.cls is what allows sugconf-example.tex to generate sugconf-example.pdf.

 

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