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Andy_I
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Andy_I   3/15/2012 2:58:30 PM
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Agreed! If the author can't take the time to make his figures readable, then the body of the article is probably not worth reading. I wouldn't even take my time to see if the body of the article has anything useful. As far as I am concerned, this "article" is nothing more than a poorly written, full-page advertisement for the author's company.

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Nol   2/21/2012 8:32:55 AM
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Thank you for the article, but the (bad) quality of enclosed figures cannot go unnoticed. These days it seems that article writers settle with almost anything - small pictogram showing virtually nothing does the job for them... However, as a reader, I tend to look for clarity and readability. That significantly accelerates learning process. Since I'm not naive, I do not expect pictures with scale and arrows describing contents of a diagram - these days are gone forever. But I do expect at least picture in such a scale that can be read without a magnifying glass. If any publication doesn't meet that criterion, it goes into "marketing leaflet" section, in my book at least.

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