In my native language (Italian) there are convenient abbreviations for compare (cfr) and see or refer to (vd). Is there anything similar in English? Or should I just use the complete words see or refer to in these cases?
I am referring to something that I can use in an informal note, where citations and bibliography seem an overkill.
The method they developed gave better results respect the traditional methods (cfr “Traditional methods for the task”)
The results for those experiments (vd paragraph “Those Experiments”) show a direct correlation between A and B.