What Papers Get Many Citations?

What papers get many citations?

  A citation is an official mention of a broadcast or non-broadcast supply that you simply consulted and acquired data from writing your analysis paper. The amount of times your work is cited is very important. As a result, it will indicate the impact that your analysis has in the particular sector. Papers with lots … Read more

Which Journal Should I Choose for My Paper? A Quick & Clear Guide

Choosing a journal

So, Which journal am I going to publish in? This is a question that you may need to answer at some point in your research. Choosing a journal for publication is a tricky process, which can be long, complicated, and lead to much frustration. This is an integral part of the higher education process, and … Read more

When Should I Start Writing a Research Paper? Easy Tips

Writing a Research Paper

Writing  a research paper is a skill that is learned over time, requiring time, research, and attention to detail. One of the biggest components of this process, is allowing yourself adequate time to complete this task, including collecting relevant information, presenting a topic for review, and ensuring that you have adequate sources and materials to … Read more

Choosing the Title of Your Paper

Choosing the title of your paper

What’s in a name? Would a paper by any other title read as well? Titles are one of the trickiest parts to writing, especially when that work is designed to be presented in a formal or academic capacity. There are many considerations to take when thinking about the appropriate title of your paper, including the … Read more

Writing a Thesis versus a Research Paper

Thesis versus a research paper

Two of the biggest pieces of writing one might complete while pursuing their education, might be a research paper, and/or a thesis. These two works both take dedicated time, energy, and focus to complete, and should be taken seriously. But while they are both serious pieces of work, they also have some clear differences, which … Read more

Who Reviews My Paper after Submission?

Paper review process

A paper is a collection of several primary pieces of literature to produce a coherent argument regarding a topic. To put it simply, a paper is a publication concerning a particular topic. The paper can either be published in a Journal. A paper can also be a thesis. The purpose of a paper review is … Read more

Impact Factor Versus Index Factor – Compare the 2 Factors

Comparing impact factor versus index factor

In terms of designs, the impact factor differs from the index factor. Not many people know the difference, but that’s fine. Here, we will identify what each of them is and also tell the difference between them. Let’s get to it then, shall we? What Is An Impact Factor? The Impact Factor is also referred … Read more

What Is IMRaD? IMRaD Format in Simple Terms!

What is IMRaD

You might be reading this article perhaps you have faced the same question; What is IMRaD? When writing a scientific paper, it is important to follow an appropriate organizational structure. IMRaD is one such organizational format. IMRaD is an acronym, which stands for Introduction, Method, Results, And Discussion. It is an increasingly popular organizational structure … Read more

Where to Submit Your Paper?

Submit your paper

Imagine a scenario where you have created a manuscript after months of researching and backbreaking ordeal. You smile and submit your paper but then you get rejected by the publishing journal. All your hopes and dreams are crushed in a blink of an eye. It sounds tragic, right? But for an average journal, nearly 50 … Read more

Writing an Abstract

writing an abstract

Writing an abstract for a research paper can be a challenging process. There are multiple sections that may confuse you if you have no prior experience. It can overwhelm you, and might even make you prone to missing out on very specific details. For now, let’s just zoom in on the very first section – … Read more

Science Writing Vs. Formal Writing

Science writing vs formal writing

Writing isn’t just about putting pen to paper and scribbling words. Different occasions demand different types of writing. Using an informal type of writing for situations that demand a formal type of writing wouldn’t be acceptable. That is why it is important to learn about the different writing types or styles and when they are … Read more

When Do Statistical Analyses Lie

Statistical analyses and lies

Statistical Analyses used to be associated with the business industries back then. They have, however, become very important in the way humans live their life. Statistics are commonly used by the government to formulate policy bothering on their citizens. Without it, some sectors of the world will be nonfunctional. The rise in globalized operations, as … Read more

Why Many Papers Cannot Be Reproduced

Irreproducible results in science papers

As soon as scientists write up their findings and results in scientific papers, they should endeavor to include their methodology in order to allow other scientists to replicate those results. It is also important for a study to be replicated much time over by an independent group of scientists before they can be confident that … Read more

Biology; a Field with Many Branches

Biology Branches

Everywhere you look, you’ll see biology. It is evenly distributed all-around your surroundings. From the animals to the plants, to the river you’re looking into, to the ground you’re stepping on. Indeed, everything shows off the evidence and importance of biology to the world. The functioning of the human system is all due to biology. … Read more

Writing a Sound Conclusion for Your Paper

writing a Conclusion for your paper

Although writing an introduction or a conclusion for your paper can be sometimes hard, they’re very important parts of your paper. They both have a crucial effect on the readers’ perception of your paper. A sound conclusion can assist the readers in making a transition back to their daily routine after reading your paper, in … Read more

Editing a Science Paper

Revising and Editing a science paper

Unlike editing blogs, articles, novels, etc., editing a science paper is different and follows a formal style. Therefore, it becomes crucial that science papers are edited carefully without altering the meaning and style of the work. Here are some tips that one can follow while editing a science paper. Consistency is the key When you … Read more

Handling Reviewers’ Comments for Beginners

Handling reviewers' comments and feedback

Hardly any manuscript gets selected in the very first attempt. And if yours is not rejected then surely you might be asked for a revision. Well, whatever it is, a rejection or revision, you don’t have to lose your heart. Because it is not the end of the world, of course! Beginners tend to lose … Read more

Evidence-based Arguments – What Is a Strong Argument?

evidence-based arguments

When we talk about critical thinking, it means being capable of making good arguments. People have a wrong misconception of argument and tend to link it to a fight or quarrel. Rather, arguments are claims that are solidly supported by evidence. Furthermore, argumentation is a social process of two or more people engaging in arguments, … Read more

P-value and Compromising Scientific Findings

p-value and statistical analysis

In science, the ultimate success of any experiment is most of the times determined through a measure known as statistical significance. For a result to be considered significant, the difference that is observed in the experiment carried out between groups of probably people or plants will be quite unlikely if no difference exists. However, the … Read more

Importance of Reproducibility in Science

reproducibility in science

In a survey when scientists were asked about reproducibility in science, more than 70% of them claimed to have failed to reproduce another scientist’s results, and more than 50% have failed to reproduce their own results. When we talk about data in science, reproducibility and replicability are among the major keys to what is known … Read more