THE ART OF SCIENTIFIC WRITING

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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

Optional services

  • 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

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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.

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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.