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To Write A Paper

To Write A Paper






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    To Write A Paper To Write A Paper Presentation Transcript

    • To write a paper
      • what you need
    • 2. Choose the title
      • the title is very important
      • the title is the message you want people to remember
      • it is also what will attract attention
    • 3. Write the abstract
      • the abstract is a way to explain the title
      • nowadays the abstract has a different role
      • it is usually available on the internet and from the abstract you decide what if you want to read the rest of the paper
    • Sections in a paper
      • 1. Title
      • 2. Introduction
      • 3. Material and Methods
      • 4. Results
      • 5. Discussion
      • 6. Conclusion
      • 7. References
      • 6. References
    • Where do you start
      • Already you have the references
      • Make sure you have a good system to keep them in order
    • Start with what you have
      • If you are starting to write
      • You had to do the experiments so you already have
      • Material and Method
      • write that up
    • Start with Material &Method
      • Write up the section on Material & Method and their references
      • check how the references are supposed to be written for that journal
    • Material
      • The material you used
      • Hardware name of the company, model number
      • Software
      • Own equipment or chemical
      • Make an extensive list and keep it
    • Method
      • should be explained clearly to enable others to repeat the work
      • new method which can be patented
      • decide if you want it published
      • Can post it to yourself and keep the post mark
    • Write up the results
      • the results tables graphs etc. will be there
    • Write the introduction
      • the introduction is what it is
      • To introduce your work and similar work which was done before
      • why it is important, why you are doing this work
      • i.e. your objective
    • Introduction/history
      • in the introduction you can give references of work that has been done before by you or others that are relevant to this paper
    • Write the discussion
      • Discuss your results
      • your results can be discussed here in relation to other results.
      • by you or other researchers
      • for example the same as, or different from others.
    • Write the conclusion
      • your objective is written in the introduction ,
      • in the conclusion you show:
      • how with your results
      • you can come to that conclusion
    • Acknowledgement
      • Acknowledge the people who helped but are not authors and mention the grants
    • References
      • Name of authors
      • Journal
      • Use the right J. Jour. Med.