Collaborative writing and publishing
Overleaf (previously WriteLaTeX) is an online LaTeX and Rich Text collaborative writing and publishing tool that makes the whole process of writing, editing and publishing scientific documents much quicker and easier.
Created with the goal of making science and research faster, more open and more accessible, Overleaf brings the whole scientific documentation process into one place, from idea to writing to review to publication.
The easiest way to collaboratively write, edit and publish your research. An online LaTeX editor with integrated real-time preview and direct submission to publishers.
Provide students and faculty with an easy to use collaborative writing and teaching platform. Monitor usage, publications and key statistics by user, department and faculty.
Simplify and accelerate the submission process by providing authors with publisher-specific LaTeX templates and submission links within the Overleaf platform.
The Overleaf Story
“Why did we create Overleaf? To address problems that we experienced ourselves when writing papers collaboratively, and by doing so, make the power of LaTeX accessible to all scientists and technical writers, at all stages of their career.”
– John Hammersley and John Lees-Miller
In use by researchers at lots of universities including
Publishing partners include
“I’ve used Overleaf in both research and teaching, and all around, Overleaf has had a very positive impact on my work. I strongly recommend it to everyone who uses LaTeX on a regular basis.”
– François G. Dorais, Department of Mathematics, Dartmouth College
Overleaf in use at CERN
Overleaf has been selected to support thousands of research collaborations at CERN.
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