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Guide to Tables
Tables to be typeset with the paper need to be a way to convey information efficiently and the information must be integral to immediately understanding the paper. Tables that may deepen understanding and help reproduce your paper should be Online Materials. These materials are just as important as the paper. Preserving them in the original format and making them downloadable will aid other researchers in their work and expand your work. For papers whose funders would like all data to be available to researchers, we recommend a service such as FigShare -- we can embed an URL but a DOI would be safer and longer-lasting.
Format: Ideally the format is Microsoft Word or Excel, but we’ll use txt files as well if need be.
CIF (Crystallographic Information Files): Please click here.