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Interesting visual differences in this paper between:— Stuart McErlain-Naylor (@biomechstu) February 11, 2020
1⃣ whole-group relationships
2⃣ individual relationships
3⃣ individual within-condition relationships
So I decided to use WebPlotDigitizer (https://t.co/mU12pJ4tY1) for the first time and have a play around (thread): https://t.co/WhvfmlkBVn
How to revise:— Michael Breakspear (@DrBreaky) June 19, 2020
As an editor and author I have seen many revised papers return to journals. Given effort, most go well (ie step toward acceptance). Some go pear-shaped. I’ve slowly improved and have an approach known by my group as the ‘Breakspear method”. Here is its essence