Here is my overall revision folder on Google Drive, including all my final revision notes for the following subjects: They are in order from most detailed to least. I have notes on the following: Historiography can be found in the shorter revision notes in the initial folder.
Chris Woodward 26 This is a helpful answer. Anyway most of the editorial work seems to be dealing with papers that people seem to think are good but no one actually wants to read, and so my attention to individualizing request letters often wavers.
If the world was full of people like RBega In that case, a revision may not be necessary; just point it out and the editor can call in an expert to consult on that particular point. Indeed, overlap indicates that various respondents feel the same way about something, which is important.
If so, how much is a good amount? What purpose does this serve? How much is hard to say: This gives me something very longwinded. Then I try to pare it down until the point where cutting out anything else would be an obvious disservice to the author or to my explanation.
It serves several purposes: Writing out this summary allows you to gain this grasp and this is especially important if the authors have done a bad job of indicating the importance of the paper in the introduction; I find that perfectly good papers are often not properly explained in this way yourself, and b You demonstrate to the author and editor that you have actually read, absorbed and digested the paper.
This is important both as part of the decision process and also psychologically for the author: Then you evaluate the quality of the result and its appropriateness for the journal!
It is very unlikely that the additional opinions you provide will be unwelcome. Should one always make a recommendation regarding publication?
Does it matter if the author is clearly not a native English speaker? This is a tough one. As an author, it can be annoying to have the recommendation for publication delayed by a referee who wants to make a big fuss about copyediting issues. Even more annoying are referees who delve into issues of formatting.
I have had referees ask me why certain things are italicized and one referee who sent me an entirely new copy of my paper with the font size changed.
I felt that was silly. By coincidence I got a referee report just this evening, and -- while it did point out a matter of content, for which I am quite grateful -- there were a lot of nagging little things, e.
Ideally, there will be an actual copyeditor who steps in after the paper is accepted. If there are fewer than a dozen? Should one be proof-reading the paper?This question has been written in a way that is a bit sloppy.
What do you mean by "write" and "display" the number ? When you wrote the question you wrote the number , and your web browser displays it just fine, I assume, but this should be nothing strange to anyone that has ever used a computer before.
Pen, pencils and paper to write math [closed] Ask Question.
For paper, I take hundred sheets of plain copy paper (I don't like lines when doing math) to the campus copy shop and get it spiral bound with vinyl covers.
If you're in Boston, you can get the notebooks at Tokai at the Porter Exchange. Sadly I am unaware of any US stores. Since you're applying for a fellowship, it's competitive. So you have to make a few points in your proposal: [ WHY ] that the problem you're studying is interesting and worthwhile.
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1) You accepted an answer right after posting the question. Give it 24 hours to wait for even better answers. 2) The accepted answer is wrong and misleading.
The correct answer is "there is no default meaning for the exit codes (beyond 0 = success); you as script developer define the semantics". HowtoWriteYourFirst Paper Steven G. Krantz This article is the third in an occasional series intended for graduate students.
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