The main aim of this paper to establish the relations between forward, backward and central finite (divided) differences (that is discrete analog of the derivative) and partial & ordinary high-order derivatives of the polynomials.
This is the Overleaf template for Biophysical Journal. It is a generic template that allows authors to write in either Rich Text or LaTeX formats, and has multiple options designed to work for a number of journals participating in Wiley’s pilot with Overleaf.
Please refer to the journal’s author guidelines in order to confirm your manuscript adheres to the journal’s requirements for submissions.
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The Overleaf editor already provides a word count via the texcount facility, but there may be times when you need to use different options (e.g. for counting characters; without the bibliography, etc.) This example shows how you can execute texcount with your preferred parameters in your project.
This example demonstrates how to write polyphonic or instrumental music on Overleaf, using M-Tx (.mtx) syntax.
This was made possible with a custom latexmkrc file. The music piece examples here were taken from the M-Tx documentation.