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If this command is omitted, the default width is the width of the page. The table can be set to its natural width by specifying a dimension of 0pt. Long tables may have a natural width that is different for each page. The natural width for each page will be printed to the log file during processing.

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Authors may then use this log information to define a fixed table width in order to give the table a more uniform appearance across pages. If more complicated column headings are required, any valid tabular command that constitutes a proper head line in a L A T E X table may be used. For example, the multicolumn command below would create a table head with text centered over five columns.

The num argument should be set to the true number of columns in the table. After the table title and column headings have been specified, data rows can be entered. A blank character of width string is then inserted in the table.

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Four commands have been predefined for this purpose. In a table, it may happen that several rows of data are associated with a single object or item. Such logical groupings should not be broken across pages. In these cases, the tablebreak command may be used to force a page break at the desired point. This command can be used any time that the default deluxetable page breaks need to be overridden. This is to differentiate such cells from blank cells, which are frequently interpreted as implicitly repeating the entry in the corresponding cell in the row preceding.

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Within the deluxetable body, two kinds of special heads are allowed, cutinhead and sidehead. A cut-in head is a piece of text centered across the width of the table. It is spaced above and below from the data rows that precede and follow it and will appear set off by rules in the L A T E X output. Similarly, the command for a side head produces a row spanning the width of the table but with the text left justified.

Table footnotes more properly, table end notes may also be used in the deluxetable environment. Their use is described in detail in Section 2. The table environment encloses not only the tabular material but also any title or footnote information associated with the table. A table label, e. The alignment tokens in cols specify the justification for each column. See the wiki for additional information about using the tabular environment to prepare tables. Each tabular table must appear within a table environment.

There should be only one tabular table per table environment. Use the tableline command to insert horizontal rules in the tabular environment. Footnotes for tables are usually identified by lowercase letters rather than numbers. Use the t ablenotemark and tablenotetext commands to supply table footnotes. A a note label, usually a letter, is required. The key letter of the tablenotemark should be the same as the alpha key for the corresponding text.

It is the responsibility of the author to make the correspondence correct. Sometimes authors tabulate materials that have corresponding references and may want to associate these references with the table. Authors may also wish to append a short paragraph of explanatory notes that pertain to the entire table. These elements should be specified with the commands below. AASTeX 6. All of these features can be use together in a single table.

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Authors are responsible for removing any unneeded column data or alerting the editorial office about how to treat these columns in during production for the final typeset article. Using capital letters, e. A L a T e X table environment example is shown below. Aligning columns by decimal can be tricky. For long or wide tables this process can add significant overhead to get the decimals to align properly. The process works by splitting a decimal column into two separate columns by the decimal and right justifying the first new column and right justifying the second new column.

A L a T e X example is given below. A similar example using AASTeX deluxetable and embedded plus or minus symbols to highlight the differences is given below. Wide tables can easily be split horizontally into two or three continuing subtables. An author would invoke splittabular or splitdeluxetable to allow this functionality. The output is a centered split table with a full horizontal line separating the two or three components. A L a T e X table example below shows how this split a simple table into halves.

The command works with all table types including the new split tables. Each column index number will be surrounded by parentheses.

This should be after the last line of specified table header. The following chart shows all the possible table permutations supported and how to obtained them with an AASTeX v6. It includes the deluxetable , the tabular , and the new splittable environments in both single and two columns typeset styles , with or without landscape rotation, and over one or multiple pages.

Both commands will accept any recognized L a T e X units, e. The default, preprint, manuscript and modern styles produce single column manuscripts. The two column and preprint2 styles produce double column manuscripts. For many years now, the AAS journal of record has been the electronic version. One significant advantage of the move is that electronic delivery offers a substantially wider range of features and functionality that simply is not available in print or even PDF.

These enhanced features allow authors to provide the data behind their articles and present that data in new and unique ways.


The presentation of different types of currently supported enhanced materials in the L a T e X document are provided below while specifics for the different data types and a graphics guide are also available for details on allowed types. Long tables, i. Complete MRT documentation is provided here.

For each machine-readable table, the author must include a short sample version of the full table in his or her L a T e X submission. The example table must be cited and numbered as if it were a regular table. The sample table should be 5 to 10 data lines long and include a table note at the end with text indicating that a machine-readable version will be available in machine-readable format. For instance,. When a sample table will not fit on a print page, e.

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Another option is to use a smaller font size width, see 2. Any combination of these options can be used at the same time. An example can be found here. Authors may include a portion or all of the data shown in any figure published in the AAS Journals. The data will be posted with the published article in a commonly accepted format, typically machine readable or FITS.

Authors must indicate in the figure caption which portion of the displayed data is available as a DbF.

Additional information about DbFs is available in the Data Guide. A figure set is the framework used to present a large compendia of similar images and graphical material. They have the added author benefit of simplifying quanta charges for related figures. Examples include identification charts, spectral libraries, model output, etc. The figure set functionality gives the reader the ability to quickly find specific images within the figure set sequence and thus is well suited in cases with many similar images. Figure sets must be mentioned explicitly by number and appear in correct numerical order in the body of the text.

At least one image in a series must be displayed as an example figure for the PDF version of the final article. The corresponding caption should indicate that additional images are available in the Figure set. The commands to construct a figure set are as follows. It should be relatively short but descriptive. It may be unique or identical to all the others in the figure set but it must be specified in this field.

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The example figure or figures should be placed after the figure set mark up in the L a T e X file and created like a normal figure, e. Additional figure set information is available in the graphics guide. We now support animations as regular figures in AAS Journal articles. This functionality utitlizes a streaming widget that works in all major browsers and on mobile platforms. Authors must supply a static representation of the animation, e. The caption of an animated figure should include text describing the animation and indicating that an animation is available in the HTML version of the final article.

The last argument in interactive is the video file that the publisher will stream in the HTML article. Additional animation information, including optimal codecs, is available in the graphics guide.