# LaTeX Author Package for the publications in Bernoulli Society journal: Bernoulli (BJ)

Contents of a .zip file
 Setup Simplest usage of imsart package Recomended usage of imsart package Comments

## Contents of a .zip file

Following files are included in the distribution:

imsart.cls
document class file;
imsart.sty
imsart package (it's loaded by imsart.cls);
bj-template.tex
topmatter template;
bj-sample.tex
journal sample article;
bj-sample.pdf
journal sample article(pdf file);

## Setup

• unpack .zip file;
• install imsart.cls and imsart.sty in your TeX system (suggested directory: imsart);
• use the file bj-template.tex to start your article as a template;
• use the file bj-sample.tex as a reference for how to prepare a frontmatter of your article;

## Simplest usage of imsart package

The simplest (but not recommended) way to use imsart package is to replace line
\documentclass{article}
with
\documentclass[bj]{imsart}

## Recomended usage of imsart package

Use bj-template.tex as a template. The preamble of your Latex document should look like this:


\documentclass[bj]{imsart}

\begin{document}

\begin{frontmatter}

\title{A Sample Document}
\runtitle{A Sample Document}

\begin{aug}
\and
\author{\fnms{Third}  \snm{Author}\thanksref{b}%

\runauthor{F. Author et al.}

\affiliation{Some University and Another University}

\end{aug}

\begin{abstract}
...
\end{abstract}

\begin{keyword}
\kwd{sample}
\kwd{\LaTeXe}
\end{keyword}

\end{frontmatter}


### Supplementary Materials

Supplementary Materials section must be positioned before the reference section and could be entered in the following way:

\begin{supplement}[id=suppA]
\sname{Supplement A}
\stitle{Title}
\sdescription{Some text}
\end{supplement}


Reference (hyperlink) to the supplement could be done by the command \ref{suppA}.

Note when preparing the supplementary materials if you are using imsart class you could suppress text Submitted to... with command \setattribute{journal}{name}{}.

• option preprint must be used to produce the final version:
\documentclass[bj,preprint]{imsart};
• labels a,b are used for referencing to addresses;
• option mark in \ead are used to assign marks to two or more e-mail's in the same address;
• labels e1,e2,e3,u1 are used to print electronic addresses. If hyperref package is used, they will be made into hyperlinks;