Signup date: 14 Feb 2018 at 6:51pm
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I recently got minor corrections for my PhD thesis (very happy with this result!). I am aware that it is important to do all of the corrections that the examiners have suggested, as this almost 'guarantees' success.
However, one of the corrections they have suggested is not possible - they have suggested that I show some data in a way that I cannot do as it will be very unreliable and will not make sense. Is it ok to not do this as long as I support why I haven't?
I do not want to offend them but I really cannot do what they asked!
Thanks for any advice : )
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