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Scientific Writing

SCIENTIFIC WRITING Useful tips to help you write better research papers Title Keep the title simple and specific to describe the content – but not so technical it cannot be easily understood. Try to be concise. Abstract The abstract is short, but remember not to cram as much detail into it as possible. You want to grab the reader's attention with the first statement. Introduction When writing the introduction, pick out the things that are most relevant to your work and explain why. Present the background of your work while focusing on the most important issues. Results and Discussion Make R&D concise but informative. your V Focus on the important parts, not the small details. Remember that discussion of unexpected results is often as valuable as focusing on the expected findings. References Make sure that your reference section is up to date by including current literature. Make use of reference management software! It will save you much time. Timing Block out times for writing. Consider having regularly scheduled times to write. Choose the times according to when you tend to function best. Citing In general, use your own words. When using others' words, put the material in quotation marks if it's short; indent it if it's long. Always cite the source if a fact or idea isn't your own. Writing Avoid very long paragraphs and sentences. Consider using headings, bullets, italics and boldface (but don't overuse these). V Make easy-to-understand graphics. Editing Before submitting your manuscript to a journal, read the final version several times. Seek feedback from others. Science_Papers.html research4life!

Scientific Writing

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Tips that help researchers write better scientific articles and get published.




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