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What do you see in a pdf article when you scroll it for the first time? This is a question that you should be asking yourself when you write a paper. Experienced authors know that figures constitute an important part of your paper. Reviewers, journal editors, and readers are all humans after all and we have a similar way of...

Each journal has its own format and to get your paper published by a journal you must write according to its format. To do so, visit website of the journal and look for a page called "instructions to authors". It may also have other names such as "for authors", "information for authors", etc. It is important to go through this...

Using others work or ideas without citing their work is called plagiarism regardless of whether this was done intentionally or unintentionally. Many writers do not know what they have copied and pasted into their article is considered plagiarism. More specifically, plagiarism can range from a minor copy paste to duplication of a manuscript.

Scientific writing must be accurate. Although writing instructors may tell you not to use the same word twice in a sentence, it's okay for scientific writing, which must be accurate. (A student who tried not to repeat the word "hamster" produced this confusing sentence: "When I put the hamster in a cage with the other animals, the little mammals...

In the conclusion section, you summarize what you have written in your paper. In order to write a strong conclusion, you need to think about the main message that you want to get across and ensure that it is included. If you've already written a great introduction, you can write something similar with different wording. Here are some tips to...

It is important to remember that the flow of your paper is different from how your project developed. In your research project, you spent a lot time to set up experiments for your project while in a paper those setup experiments are not normally mentioned. When you write a research paper, should not be trying to tell what you have...

Getting your paper published in a high impact journal depends on several factors, such as quality of the study, experimental design, novelty, importance of the subject and proper use of words. While Scientific Editing cannot have an impact on the non-English related factors of the study, we can certainly help our clients to write a paper in perfect...

The entire set of experiments you have performed to set up your controls and basics of your projects may not be necessarily what your readers want to know. The order of your experiments is another matter. Your paper does not have to follow the same order as you did in your project. You may need to shuffle the experiments in...