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This book is designed to tell the author of scientific papers what he needs to know before he starts his manuscript: how to prepare the manuscript in the right way instead of the wrong way, how to read proof, and, finally, how to make new additions in the case of books.
The fact that this little volume has gone through three editions testifies to its usefulness. There are good chapters on the preparation of illustrations, particularly the preparation of graphs. There are also useful chapters on subjects not generally discussed, such as royalties. The book will be very useful for anyone contemplating the preparation of a manuscript or a book.
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