How to Write a Scholarly Article (15 Awesome Tips)

When researchers and scientists begin graduate school, few know that they will actually be writing much of the time. Because the focus in graduate school is on obtaining data and results, it is no surprise that most scientists aren't taught how to write well.   However, professional researchers write scholarly articles for publication, grant proposals, abstracts for conferences, theses or dissertations (if they get a Master’s or a PhD degree), books, conference presentations, and ...

Guide to Adding Supplementary Information To Your Article

What is supporting information for scientific articles? When you submit a manuscript to a journal for publication, sometimes it is necessary to include a separate supporting information (often called supplementary information) file.   The definition of supporting information for scientific publications is typically experimental details or additional data that either cannot be included in the main article due to length constraints or is “supplementary” to the necessary ...

Writing Tip: When to Use “That” vs. “Which”

Deciding on whether to use “which” or “that” is something many writers and researchers struggle with, and our customers often ask for writing tips on this topic. While there may not seem to be much difference between these two little words, they have different uses, and this is grammar topic that has specific rules that you should be aware of when proofreading your own scientific article.   Grammatically, “that” is usually used with a restrictive ...

Top 9 Writing Mistakes That Can Raise a Red Flag With Peer Reviewers

Peer review is a daunting prospect. After all, you, or rather your ideas and words, are to be tried before a judge (usually the editor-in-chief) and an invisible jury—those anonymous peer reviewers—in what surely seems like a one-sided trial.    None of the rights of representation or speaking up in court that are accorded to a defendant in a court of law are available during the peer review process of journals. In the courtroom of academic publishing, your written words ...

How to Revise: Proofread Your Own Work & Be a Better Editor

The most effective writers know that no matter how skilled or experienced they are, it’s always a good idea to have someone else read their work. When we write a piece, we know what we want to say, and it can be difficult to see our own errors, inconsistencies, and unclear spots. Yet becoming a better editor of your own work can only help you become a better writer, and an editor may not always be available to help. While getting a professional to review your work, whether for a ...

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