Articles on natural science are to a large extent codified. Before they start writing their articles, authors are given a stylesheet with rules to follow or a pre-formatted document in which to enter their findings. How does the aesthetic idea of the audification of seismic data change, and what happens to the way the artistically developed results are presented when they are put under the pressure of complying with the traditional scientific format? How do scientific structures, for example, the IMRAD format (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion), modify and change the artistic mind?
In 2008 the article was reprinted in an artistic context in English and Latvian by RIXC (ed.): Acoustic Space 7 (Spectropia), Riga 2008, pp. 200–211.