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- Fri, 15 Feb 2013 01:56:09 EST ZQKwm8sS No.5415
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I'm currently enrolled in an Electrical Engineering program and I was wondering how well you guys document your lab notebooks. I ask because I was recently partnered up with a guy who was enrolled at a more prestigious(albeit expensive) school and when we were doing the lab I noticed how good his notebook looked and I kind of want to get better at mine, to the point where I'm considering taking a technical drawing class just so I can be more accurate. Are there any resources you gentlemen might know of that show good practices for notebook keeping, when I do google searches all I find are how to properly maintain a lab notebook, which doesn't help at all.

And penmanship, are any of you also sloppy writers? How do you overcome that in the notebooks?

And just to continue the conversation, what kind of engineering notebooks do you guys use, and why did you pick it?
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Charles Pusslekat - Sat, 16 Feb 2013 07:37:20 EST zvp1ohNQ No.5418 Reply
>>5415

I wouldn't know. My labbooks were just for my eyes. All my graded work was in the form of typed lab reports based on what I did in the notebook

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