I'm shocked people are excited! (ba dum tss)UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F wrote:Can't wait to get started (writing a circuit lab test)!
Heads up, this is ballpark. Overall (including build submits), we receive in the 80s. We don't accept all those (it's about half), though, for various reasons (often because users don't finish updating according to mod feedback, sometimes it's b/c of communication issues).wethose wrote:How many submissions of tests and notes do you usually receive?
Why do you ask? If you have a venue to advertise / increase submissions for us, please do so:). If it's about picking an event to work on, I would just go for it, there will be inevitable overlap between submissions.
Yes, you can submit for all the events on the list for next year (linked in forever's post). Usually ExpD submissions are either a batch of example experiments and associated solutions or else a general guide. As in forever's post, it is generally good to look at past submissions from a few events for ideas of what a submission should look like. If we also get a ton of submissions, I'll try to update which events are lacking submissions.kate! wrote:Can we submit anything for Experimental Design? I was thinking of making some sort of guide along with practice experiments, like SOnerd has done in the past.
Good questions, keep 'em coming!