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Article Source: An Efficiency Comparison of Document Preparation Systems Used in Academic Research and Development Knauff M, Nejasmic J (2014) An Efficiency Comparison of Document Preparation Systems Used in Academic Research and Development. PLOS ONE 9(12): e115069. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0115069 I am surprised to read this research paper. But if it’s the truth, the change is needed in a way the frontends are being designed. The research findings defeats the very purpose of latex : focus on content more than the formatting. This question is likely to be downvoted, blocked saying too wide or out of context. But still I would like to have comments from experts!

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  • ?? I am sure non native speakers will find some difficulties in reading a block of text. Try rephrasing your question. – user156344 May 5 at 6:40
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    See also tex.stackexchange.com/q/219576/35864 – moewe May 5 at 6:42
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    The article you refer to is utter nonsense. We had that question some years ago, see the comment of moewe above (tex.stackexchange.com/q/219576/35864). The article is not about academic research, but about copying. – Keks Dose May 5 at 6:48
  • Thanks for pointing it out! – Vaibhav May 5 at 10:36
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    LOL the article had to be republished a year later (2015) due to numerous errors whilst it used the much more expensive Arbortext publishing system en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbortext_Advanced_Print_Publisher – user170109 May 5 at 12:47

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