nddiss is a LaTeX package providing a document class for formatting doctoral dissertations submitted to the University of Notre Dame's Graduate School.
Copies of this package can be found in many places:
- CTAN: https://ctan.org/pkg/nddiss
- GitHub: https://github.com/ndlib/nddiss
- Notre Dame Graduate School website: http://graduateschool.nd.edu/resources-for-current-students/dt/dt-resources/
Please send any improvements, suggestions, or bug reports to
- Shari Hill Sweet, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Don Brower, email@example.com
Easiest way to begin is to start with either the file
example/example.tex or the template
template.tex. The manual has a lot more information.
The example directory contains a sample thesis demonstrating the usage of this package.
(The files are the same as in the
sample_ndthesis.tar.gz distribution by Jeff Squyeres) (and D. A. Peterson, but modified for the nddiss2e class.)
The easiest way to install this package is to copy the
nddiss2e.bst files into the same directory as your LaTeX source file.
Beware! If seems
nddiss2e is already installed on your machine, it is probably an outdated version from 2005. Please use the current version.
Makefile contains all the logic to process the master source file,
template.tex files are generated from the
dtx file. Run
make to regenerate everything. These derivatives are checked into the repo to make it easier for people to access and download them.
The original version, created by Sameer Vijay, follows the Spring 2004 formatting guidelines. Later, Megan Patnott updated it to follow the Spring 2013 guidelines.
This is based off of the style file created by D. A. Peterson, Jeff Squyeres, and others.
This file may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.2 of this license or (at your option) any later version. The latest version of this license can be found at http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt.
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (403.5k).
nddiss – Notre Dame Dissertation format class
This class file conforms to the requirements of the Graduate School of the University of Notre Dame; with it a user can format a thesis or dissertation in LaTeX.
The LaTeX Project Public License 1.2|
|Copyright||2004,2005 Sameer Vijay|
|Contained in||TeX Live as nddiss|
|MiKTeX as nddiss|
alternative LaTeX class(es)|
typesetting dissertations, theses, etc.