Dec 28, 2016

It was a great day!!

In the past week, I celebrated holidays with friends. However, I spent sometimes working on research. I would say that I have completed more than 60 percent of the results. This paper is a very long paper. It separated into 3 main sections and each section has their own different sections. Now I’m on the last part which is the impact of reading ASU’s proposal. I really like writing this part because it’s connected from the impact paper. Sometimes, I could add the prior knowledge about the impact in the results. The only concern about this paper at this point is the length of the paper again. It seems like it will exceed 10000 words. However, I’m in the process of creating , not editing  (London, n.d.) Lol. Thus, I would write the ideas as much as I can. Then we could trim and edit it later.

I aim to finish this paper within this week. I’ll send Dr.London this paper when I’m done.

Have a great holiday!

🙂

 

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One thought on “Dec 28, 2016

  1. JSLondon says:

    It’s great to hear from you! Glad to hear that the paper is going well. I like your attitude– we can edit later; don’t constrain your creativity. There’s a possibility that can divide this into 2 papers (one short conference paper and a regular journal paper). We can figure this detail out later, but I just wanted to share it now in case I forget to mention it when we discuss this later.

    Once you’re done with this, remind me to send you the link to the folder with the interview transcripts in it.

    Hope you’re taking some time to break during this holiday season! 🙂

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