Manuscript Outline exampleExemplary manuscript structure
sketches of the manuscript
Altough purchasers won't see your outline, it can help to schedule and organise your articles. You should have both main and subsidiary subjects in your manuscript. In case you have no experience with scientific publishing, the suggestions on this page can help you to put together your design. It is important when writing and ordering your manuscript not only to identify headings and related subjects among your research results and comments, but also to present them in a consistent order, with one main concept going on to the next.
Use the following tips to help you divide your memos into segments and present them to the readers.
Sketch of Manuscript - Thesis and Paper Writing
I' ve done dissertations and scripts, so I think I know how to finish a work, although it can take some while. However, my director wants me to draft a manuscript that describes exactly what has been done and what needs to be done so that he can get me out of his laboratory and other people can finish the work and work.
He says it seems to have some kind of special size, and I want it right the first try so I can take it off my back. What is the distinction between full manuscript and manuscript outline? Is there a certain size I need?
Do you have an example I can copy? Does the reformatting look similar to a subsidy application? Wowx0153 on May 29, 2009, 03:06 AM said: He says it seems to have some kind of special size, and I want it right the first try so I can take it off my back.
As it is a "manuscript outline", simply use a default manuscript style (abstract, material & method, results, discussions, references), but make it in bulleted rather than words. but you could do the material & method, results and discussions so far, just use the headlines you would use to insert a particular subsection of the main section as bullets, and below that the most important items as bullets.
So why don't you ask him directly what size he wants it in?