How to write and publish a scientific paper
What is a scientific paper? How to prepare the title. How to list the authors. How to list the addresses. How to prepare the abstract. How to write the introduction. How to write the material and methods section. How to write the results. How to write the discussion. How to cite the acknowledgments. How to prepare the literature cited. How to design effective tables. How to prepare effective illustrations. How to type the manuscript. Where and how to submit the manuscript. The review process (how to deal with editors). The publishing process (how to deal with printers). How to order and use reprints. How to write a review paper. How to write a conference report. How to write a thesis. Ethics, rights, and permissions. Use and misuse of english. Avoidng jargon.How and when to use abbreviations. A personalized summary. List of journal title word abbreviations. Abbreviations that may be used without definition in table headings. Common errors in style and in spelling. Words and expressions to avoid. Prefixes and abbreviations for SI units. Accepted abbreviations and symbols.
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How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper: Seventh Edition
Robert A. Day,Barbara Gastel
Limited preview - 2011
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