Re: Tables and Figures. Why not call them both illustrations?
I'm curious -- do most of you routinely place figures and tables at the top or bottom of a page (not in the middle)? I'd been taught to place them as near to the text that refers to them as possible, even if that means they end up in the middle of the page!
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