Definitions for "Editing"
1. To change or make corrections in a document. 2. To make any change to the contents of a database. (WP, Gr. 3; DB, Gr. 5)
Editing is the process of making your words the best they can be. Going beyond proofreading for typos and faulty grammar, copy editors ensure that what you say really packs a punch.
checking for and correcting errors in spelling, punctuation, capitalization, grammar, and usage; proofreading. Editing becomes a concern only after the writer is satisfied that the writing clearly says what he/she wants it to say; editing is the final stage of document preparation.
the process of selecting and joining the camera takes to produce a complete sequence of shots
the process of carefully analyzing what you have written to find ways to improve it. When editing, a writer should particularly examine each development paragraph for coherence and development. You should ask questions about your essay such as the following: a. Do I have a clear central or main idea (preferably stated as a thesis)? b. Do the ideas and support of them constitute a clear, thorough explanation of an abstraction or generalization? c. Have I ordered my paragraphs in an appropriate (sensible) way? d. Are any parts of the development incomplete or missing
Altering the original sequence of a recording by eliminating or inserting musical elements either manually or digitally.
(NIST) Modifying the content of the input by inserting, deleting, or moving characters, numbers, or data.
software capability of changing data in a document, such as inserting, deleting, copying, or moving characters.
Limited form of digital design manipulation that typically allows user to edit stitches or blocks of stitches, incorporate text, scale up or down, reposition design elements, add, delete and modify machine commands, etc.
Any adjustments or modifications made to a computer graphic that changes it's appearance, properties or format.
a key event in gene expression during which translatable RNAs are generated
a post-transcriptional modification believed to be a major mechanism in acclimatization and/or adaptation
The act of reading, viewing, listening, rewriting and cutting print publications, video or audio in order to focus the story.
the act of rewriting, viewing, listening, and cutting print publications, video, or audio in order to perfect the story
is an important part of the rewriting process of an essay or story that requires writers to make certain their work observes the conventions of standard written English. Effect
the process of reviewing a news story, revising the writing and checking it for mistakes before it is published or broadcast.
Checking for mistakes made by the interviewer or the respondent by evaluating questionnaire responses for inconsistencies and skipped questions.
Editing is the procedure that takes place in order to enure that a questionnaire has been correctly completed.
A process by which one or morecompressed bit streams are manipulated to produce a new compressed bitstream. Conforming edited bit streams are understood to meet the requirementsdefined in the Digital Television Standard, ( see the Advanced TelevisionStandards Committee; ( ATSC)
a normal but not yet fully understood
a remnant of some evolutionary mechanism to alterate or modify the functional activity of proteins in plant mitochondria
a widespread function in mitochondria
Analyzing and amending a manuscript, composition, audio or visual item before publishing.
The process where the manuscript is prepared for publication. At 1st World Library, the goal of our editing process is to produce an effectively written manuscript that communicates the author's message clearly.
an important but highly specialized processes, which will not be analyzed in detail in this class
Editing is the way to revise your file by cropping or adding media to your existing media files. The work progresses from assembly to rough cut and then fine cut.
The process of creating a file or changing the contents of a file. There are several text editors available in the lab, including gvim, EMACS, and EDIT.
Editing is a familiar process of changing the content of files to achieve more effective communication by cutting, pasting, cropping, resizing, or copying. Multimedia editing can be done on all types of media: voice annotations, music, still images, motion video, graphics and text. Tools for editing vary from simple tools for email voice annotations to more sophisticated tools for video manipulation.
Keywords:  copyediting, see
See Copyediting.
a target of considerable interest both with a view to understanding the prebiotic origins of current cell phenotypes and as a potential target for therapeutic intervention
a relatively recent scientific discovery," said Ronald B
Keywords:  splicing, unwanted, taped, copy, final
Splicing in additional messages after a meeting has been recorded, or removing unwanted portions of the meeting from the final copy of the taped presentation.
putting something (as a literary work or a legislative bill) into acceptable form
tr. v. Editing refers to those operations that modify the contents of a segment. This is also known as segment editing.
a necessary step in the gene expression of many organisms
Keywords:  digital, see
see Digital editing.