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Markdown text formatting tips for proposal

All of the proposal sections except for the abstract allow you to write text in markdown. This allows simple formatting such as creating bulleted lists, numbered lists, headings, bold, italics, etc. I suggest you check out Markdown Basics on GitHub as a guide. Note, that I created that text link using markdown!

I would suggest that the items under 'Team & Resources' can be converted to lists. I'd also suggest that you add section headings to the research plan. Use your own judgement of course.

Holly Ganz Researcher  Sept. 10, 2014

It is interesting to get to practice writing in markdown. I wasn't sure how useful it would be but I can see that it would be useful to add some structure to the proposal. Thanks!

David Coil Researcher  Sept. 11, 2014

We've been using Markdown in our various Authorea-created publications and while it takes a bit of getting used to, I think it's worth it in the end.

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Jesse Spaulding, Holly Ganz, David Coil (2014) Markdown text formatting tips for proposal. Thinklab. doi:10.15363/thinklab.d15

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