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By: Jane E Miller(Author)
304 pages, 55 illustrations, 20 tables
The Chicago Guide to Writing about Numbers helps bridge the gap between good quantitative analysis and good expository writing. Miller begins with twelve principles that lay the foundation for good writing about numbers. She next discusses the fundamental tools for presenting numbers – tables, charts, examples, and analogies – and shows how to use these tools within the framework of the twelve principles to organize and write a complete paper.
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