I have written a sentence that my Canadian prof. has corrected it. I was wondering:
The current values for the ligament properties were directly taken from a publication [by: this was mine] [of: that was his correction] Pintar et al.
I would like to know why of is correct here. Any insight?
Thanks Raymott for the quick rely. Does that mean if I replace the publication
by paper then I can use by:
...were directly taken from a paper [by] Pintar et al.
how about this?
Last edited by Raymott; 12-Feb-2011 at 13:05.