LaTeX is a widely used language formatting tool that is used in certain fields of academia, in particular those were complex equations need to be included in texts, such as mathematics, physics and engineering. As part of our rapidly growing language editing service eCORRECTOR are pleased to announce that we are now accepting texts in LaTeX format. This is a direct response to the increasing demands from our clients. We convert LaTeX files into Word which retains all the original programming commands. We then edit the main text of the manuscript. The finished file will be a carefully proofread manuscript ready for submission.
Proofreading a text where the formatting codes are visible can be a very challenging task for the vast majority of proofreaders. Our specialist scientific proofreaders, who work in LaTeX-based texts, typically hold a PhD in physics, mathematical or an engineering subject and are used to working in this type of environment. Indeed, many of our proofreaders who handle these types of texts have published their own work in this format. The author will receive a tracked-changes (Proof – with the changes showing) and a changes accepted (Final) version. Many authors prefer to view the changes that have been made to their manuscript and the track-changes mode provides an ideal way for the author to ensure that their original meaning has not been altered. Alongside editing the manuscript, our proofreaders frequently insert comments where appropriate which may serve to strengthen the paper before submission to the target journal.
For further information about our services in LaTeX (or the previously discussed PDF) please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
eCORRECTOR has an excellent track record of providing proofreading and translations to individual academics, institutes and businesses. We are building a solid reputation and have a large number of customers who reuse our services as well as recommended it to others.