User talk:Stanwir

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Hello, Stanwir. Welcome to Wikipedia and thank you for your contributions! I'm LT910001, one of the other editors here, and I hope you decide to stay and help contribute to this amazing repository of knowledge.
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Sincerely, LT910001 (talk) 03:19, 9 November 2013 (UTC)   (Leave me a message)


Hello! I'm LT910001. I've been involved in editing some Anatomy articles, and I've recently noticed that you've made an edit to one or two, without citing a source. One of the biggest problems with Anatomy articles is the lack of sourcing. This often isn't a problem for the first edit, but becomes a problem when later editors make corrections (eg to the numbers of nerve roots, correcting extension-> flexion or hypo->hyper). A great way to prevent this is to provide sources.

If you'd be so kind as to provide a source for your edit (such as a book with the page number), I personally would be very grateful, and you'd play an important role in helping improve the quality of articles relating to Anatomy on Wikipedia. Adding sources is very simple: click 'cite', choose the type of source, and then all you need to do is insert the ISBN (often on the front cover) and the rest of the criteria will automatically fill out . Thanks for your edits, and I wish you all the best on your Wikitravels! LT910001 (talk) 03:20, 9 November 2013 (UTC)