1921
Volume 38, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

Anticipation of the shift to publication of the twelve times each year has provoked considerable thought on ways to improve the efficiency of procedures used in this office. Four years of experience provide a background that can be gained in no other manner.

In any publication devoted to science the primary consideration must be accuracy, with promptness of publication running a close second. While initially the two may seem to be opposites, it nevertheless is true, that accuracy and timeliness in publishing are served by the same practices. A manuscript submitted in the exact format specified by the , supported by appropriately designed figures, tables, and references, will move rapidly through this office and will be easily processed by those turning it into print. It will become a printed product requiring a minimum of proofreading. A desideratum is the manuscript that requires no intervention by this office beyond the insertion of the printer's codes.

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