I hope this is not outside the scope of this community - in case, just sorry me.
I am going through adapting my manuscript to some author guidelines. Regarding p values, they say:
p values should be given to two significant figures, unless p<0.0001
Now, I have some doubts regarding what does this means. Here is a table with some examples and my guess:
|Actual p value||Round according to the author guidelines (my guess)|
Do you think my "guesses" are correct interpretation of what "two significant figures" means? Or instead I am misinterpreting the request?