I wonder if there’s ever been an issue of Cites & Insights that didn’t have a <should we credit that awful Bztykyws paper here?> goof or two…
There’s at least one in the December 2014 issue, in the caption of a table. It’s a pretty obvious goof, once you’re looking for it. (The tables themselves should be pretty good–they’re copied-and-pasted from Excel, and were generally automatically generated from the data. The captions, however…)
Wonder if anyone will notice it and point it out to me? waltcrawford at gmail dot com.
(There are probably others. I noticed this one because I’m starting to work on the January issue, looking back to December for guidance. I read it in paper form–twice–but that doesn’t always help.)