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[PDF] The Unofficial Guide To Ra

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[PDF] The Unofficial Guide To Ra

I have been compiling a digital library of Tamagotchi charts, guides, and items. Initially, it for my personal use; but I thought that I'd want to share my love for Tamagotchi with my fellow Tama fans! (I will give credit wherever possible. If you see something that's yours, please contact me and I will gladly credit you for it!)

ENGLISH TRANSLATION GUIDE - Created by Rachel for Fuzzy N Chic (this guide is incomplete, so I would appreciate any contribution!)PRINTABLE FACEPLATES - Created by Fuzzy N Chic

These guidelines cover manuscript preparation for the Journals of the American Astronomical Society. We have recently reinstituted the AAS Style Guide developed over time by former ApJ editor S. Chandrasekhar which was in place until 2008. A searchable version of this AAS Style Guide will be made available here.

Authors should note the special requirements for ApJ Letters manuscripts, specific instructions for Research Notes, and the guidelines governing the preparation and review of manuscripts for the Planetary Science Journal. Non-PSJ Authors wishing their manuscripts to undergo double anonymous peer-review (DAR) should prepare their manuscripts accordingly, including the removal of identifying metadata (authors, affiliations, acknowledgments and other PDF embedded metadata) from their submitted manuscripts (this will be done automatically for PSJ manuscripts) and avoiding or minimizing self-citation. Specific DAR recommendations can be found below.

Authors are strongly encouraged to prepare their manuscripts using the most recent version of the AASTeX macro package, and to submit them electronically. Detailed guidelines on the preparation of manuscripts using AASTeX is available. The journals also accept manuscripts prepared using Microsoft Word (native Word .doc/x format). A MS/Word template is also available. In addition, Word documents should use Courier font and 10 point size with 1.5 line spacing. Authors should not use images for tables or equations.

Graphics are accepted in vector Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) and Portable Document Format (PDF) as well as scalar formats (JPG, PNG, TIFF) with sufficient resolution. We also accept web-only content, including animations, extended figure sets, and interactive JavaScript driven graphics for inclusion into the final versions of your published articles. Further information on figures and detailed graphics guidelines are available.

Authors should submit all two-dimensional figures electronically as vector Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) files or Portable Document Format (PDF) files. Scalar (PNG, JPG, TIFF) formats are also acceptable, but the author should submit files with resolutions that would result in 300 DPI on the final PDF page. Such a file would have at minimum 1000 pixels of horizontal resolution. Detailed guidelines are available. Files with multiple pages are not allowed. Spelling and use of numbers and units in figures should conform to usage in the body of the text and figure legends.

AAS Journals encourage the enrichment of articles with supporting data, visualizations, and other digital materials. Supporting materials are subject to the same peer-review standards as the articles as a whole, and their inclusion should be justified on scientific grounds. The Journals also provide data services to authors, including data review, archiving data behind figures, and linking to outside repositories. A complete guide to the process of publishing data products associated with AAS Journal articles is give at our Data Guide.


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