Imagine that you are a journal editor and you look at hundreds of papers each week.
We have all been there. You’ve run the experiments, you’ve cleaned up the spreadsheets, and it’s time to sit down and analyze your results. Now for the big decision: what is the best test to use?
I spent four years in graduate school. Sometimes, my friends and I would joke that we just spent four years becoming experts at Excel.
In college, I took a technical writing class. Most normal people might expect this to be a boring subject, but alas, it turned out to be one of my favorite classes and exceedingly useful.
When someone hires me to write a manuscript, I get all kinds of starting material to work with.