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How to write a research paper

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This slide show is about a new method for writing a research paper.This procedure will introduce the innovative way to write a research paper by the development of article content,copying & pasting and applying plagiarism detection applications.

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How to write a research paper

  1. 1. Ideas for doing research Mrinmoy Majumder,PhD Series
  2. 2. How to write a research paper Mrinmoy Majumder, PhD
  3. 3. Writing a research paper • Writing a research paper is : • Time consuming • Boring • Hard work • Full of uncertainty • Success rate : highly probabilistic • However, this opinion about writing research paper can be changed by following the tips given in the next slides
  4. 4. First Step : Preparation of the Paper Content • The in-detail “content” of the paper has to be written first. • The content may be branched down up to fourth level(1.1.1.1)
  5. 5. Second Step : Filling the content • This four level content as discussed in the previous slide may be filled with related content • Contents can be directly copied from other sources as much as required • The reference to the copied content must be saved so that it can be used while preparing the Reference section of the paper. • The content describing the novelty or the objective or the brief methodology or the detail methodology or results and discussions followed by conclusion has to be written in own words.
  6. 6. Third Step: Making the Methodology Flow chart The flow chart depicting the detail methodology has to be added to the Methodology section The description of the flow chart has to be in own words and can be added after the flow chart.
  7. 7. Fourth Step: Preparation of the R&D • The Result and Discussion(R&D) section has to be prepared as a support to the methodology described in the Methodology section. • The entire result and discussion section has to be in own words not directly copied from other sources. • The results already published but can support the findings of the paper may also be included and cited in the R&D section
  8. 8. Fifth Step : Editing • The paper thus prepared may be printed. • The Objective, Methodology, Result and Discussion and Conclusion section has to be edited minutely and corrections or addition or deletion if any has to be made in this step.
  9. 9. Six Step : Anti Plagiarism and Grammer Check • A plagiarism checking software for identification of duplicate content can be used for detection of similarity of the entire paper with respect to the other sources that are already published. • The identified sentences can be re-written in a different way using synonyms of the existing word. • After the correction the paper has to be rechecked again with the software. • Until the percentage of similarity reduced to less than 8%,this step has to be repeated.
  10. 10. Last Step :Final Editing and Journal Submission • After the similarity of the paper become less than 8%, the fourth level paragraph may be merged with the third and third may be merged to the second paragraph for reduction of complexity in the structure of the paper. • It is better to have a two level content, compared to a one or three or more levelled content. • Once this final editing is completed, the paper has to be submitted for grammatical error checking and then the corrected paper may be submitted to a journal for possible publication.

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