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comment How to abbreviate “compare”, “see”, “refer to”
Anyway, I thought you were just talking about references styles like [1] or (Kris et al 2012). But I've seen the updated answer, thank you for the reference
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comment How to abbreviate “compare”, “see”, “refer to”
Yes, I agree that this isn't really common language... I am writing an email with notes on a research paper (but I am not writing part of a thesis or an article) ..those sentences where in my mind at the moment and I couldn't think of other more general examples!
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comment How to abbreviate “compare”, “see”, “refer to”
Thank you, but my question is more for common language usage. I am aware of bibliography formatting and reference styles. I am just curious to know what is common in English, in contexts like note-taking
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comment How to abbreviate “compare”, “see”, “refer to”
I tried to search cmp on merriamwebster but I didn't find it. I want to express something like: - see that for the detailed description - compare that with what I am saying
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comment How to abbreviate “compare”, “see”, “refer to”
Thank you for the clarification. I have updated my question, is it good to always repeat the words "see" and "refer to" in these cases?
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corrected spelling, usage of "see" and "compare"
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