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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

@eajohnson wrote:

Thanks so much @ChrisHemedinger. Do you ever consider matching your GF proceedings paper length to your session type? 


No. Last year I did a presentation on the Maxims of Maximally Efficient SAS Programmers; the paper contains all Maxims, while the presentation covered only 14 (and still ran for about 40 minutes, leaving enough time for some nice Q&A).

IyenJ
Fluorite | Level 6

As you're reviewing your paper, pay attention to and lookout for the following-

 

1. Make sure that each image, graphic, flowchart, or code sample has a caption (Figure 1, Figure 2).

2. Make sure that the captions and Figures are sequential or in order. 

3. As your refer to a Figure in the preceeding or following text of your paper, make sure the Figure reference is correct. 

4. Know and understand the difference between the Acknowledgements section and the References section. 

          i. The References section is where you list academic citations used in your paper. 

          ii. The Acknowledgements section is where your recognize the work of conference and section chairs and volunteers

              in planning and conducting the conference. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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