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Developing concise tables

, : Developing concise tables. Nurse Author & Editor 4(3): 1-2

When faced with the dilemma of what tables to include in their manuscripts, some authors mistakenly assume the more tables the better. Others admit they put all the tables in, hoping the editor will pick the ones he or she wants. Many of these authors find the manuscripts rejected. Do not assume the editor or reader will weed through your tables or condense them. Instead, spend at least as much, if not more, time developing your tables as you spend editing the text sections. This author with experience in book, article, and research publications describes four guidelines she uses to develop tables for a successful manuscript.


PMID: 7531562

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