What you get from my editing
- Substantive editing
- Grammar, vocabulary, syntax, style, format
- Enhancing content and development
- Guidance & suggestions
- Adherence to conventions
- Reformat of tables
- Check on graphs and images
- Comments & suggestions
- Two rounds of editing
- One round of proofreading
- Editing of one revision after reviewers or examiners
- Cover letter for submission
- Support by email
- Insertion and formatting references with Endnote, the industry-standard reference management software
- Construction of new graphs or reformatting existing graphs
- Submission of manuscripts to journals
Calculate the editing fee
First, get word count
- In MS Word, select everything except for cover page and references.
- Go to “Review” tab and then click “Word count” in the ribbon.
Ask for a free price quote
With it I will send you one page EDITED FOR FREE
Editing types explained
Different terms are used to categorizing the process of correcting and enhancing writing. The most widely used categories are the following.
Proofreading – Not editing as such: Corrects residual mistakes in text that is almost ready for submission or publication.
Copyediting – Covers grammatical accuracy and clarity
Substantive editing – In addition to addressing what is covered by copy editing, it covers content, development and presentation and ends with a round of proofreading
Developmental editing – A radical form of substantive editing involving major restructuring. The editor is usually involved from the beginning or during the writing.