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Short Communication Articles

2023-05-22T09:11:00+04:30

The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) does not provide a specific definition for short communications (also known as brief communications). However, generally, a short communication is considered to be a concise and independent report that makes a significant contribution to science. It is important to note that the terms "Short Communication" and "Special or Rapid Communication" are sometimes used interchangeably, but they have distinct differences, as explained below. Short communications are typically not meant to publish preliminary results of ongoing or recently completed studies unless the results are exceptionally interesting and relevant. Typically, a short communication is limited [...]

Short Communication Articles2023-05-22T09:11:00+04:30

Comparison of ChatGPT and a Human Editor

2023-05-09T10:30:34+04:30

In the previous post, we talk about the advantages and disadvantages of having a human editor or an AI tool like ChatGPT. In this post, we summarize the features of each and compare their features. Relevant and contextual editing The strengths of ChatGPT are its quick identification and correction of errors, uniformity in editing, and scalability. Large text databases can be analyzed, and it can learn from those analyses to get better at editing over time. However, it has drawbacks like the inability to grasp linguistic nuance and context, as well as the propensity to produce inappropriate or [...]

Comparison of ChatGPT and a Human Editor2023-05-09T10:30:34+04:30

Free Format Submissions

2023-04-26T11:19:40+04:30

Should you, as a researcher, focus on gathering information or on structuring your work in accordance with the requirements of the target journal? And not all journals support these formats. To maintain its publishing standards, each journal has its own set of technical and formatting guidelines that it adheres to. It might be challenging to keep up with the distinct stylistic and formatting requirements of each journal when you are a researcher working day in and day out in a lab to perform research that will eventually be published. As a result, researchers have been pleading with editors and publishers [...]

Free Format Submissions2023-04-26T11:19:40+04:30

What is SCOPUS Index?

2023-04-23T11:45:42+04:30

Scopus indexing started in 2004, when it was launched by Elsevier, one of the world's largest academic publishers. Since then, it has become a leading bibliographic database for scholarly literature, covering a wide range of disciplines in science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts and humanities. Scopus indexes over 23,000 peer-reviewed journals, books, and conference proceedings from more than 5,000 publishers. It is widely used by researchers, academic institutions, and corporations to find and track scholarly literature. Scopus indexing is important for authors and universities for several reasons. First, it provides a way for authors to increase [...]

What is SCOPUS Index?2023-04-23T11:45:42+04:30

Why Should Not Republish Translated Articles

2023-04-11T23:58:05+04:30

It has become more and more common for authors to submit a translated piece that has previously been published in another language. How moral is it, though? In this article, we'll talk about secondary submission ethics and why it is improper to republish a translated version of an already-published work. We'll also look at how writers might stay clear of such transgressions while still having their work translated into other languages. Why do researchers translate an already published article? For several reasons, academics could decide to translate and republish an already-published article. The original article can be written in a [...]

Why Should Not Republish Translated Articles2023-04-11T23:58:05+04:30

Footnotes and Their Use in Articles

2023-03-12T09:51:43+03:30

While reading a book or article, have you ever noticed little numbers placed at the ends of some sentences? These numbers typically appear as superscripts and match up with numerals at the bottom of the page, which are followed by further, necessary, and supplemental information. This material can occasionally be found in the form of citations, but it can also be further notes (footnotes vs endnote) on the subject. How Do Footnotes Work? Footnotes are notes that are included at the bottom of a page and are utilized to cite specific passages of text (generally using superscript numbers). [...]

Footnotes and Their Use in Articles2023-03-12T09:51:43+03:30

How to Choose a Journal for Your Article

2023-03-11T21:16:18+03:30

After preparing a manuscript, your next step is to choose a journal for the publication of your research. Submitting a manuscript to an unsuitable journal is a common mistake, and can cause journal editors to reject the manuscript without even sending it for peer review. Choosing a journal that matches your study is thus very important because it helps the publication of your manuscript. In this post, we will discuss the most important criteria in carefully choosing a reputable journal to submit an article. Match between the topic of your article and the purpose and scope of [...]

How to Choose a Journal for Your Article2023-03-11T21:16:18+03:30

Writing a Review article

2023-03-12T21:27:13+03:30

A review article is a review of previously published research on a particular topic. It should provide an overview of current thinking on the topic and and does not contain new empirical data. Be. The purpose of reviewing the literature is to help researchers find new areas of study for further study, and they can also draw new conclusions from current data. You may be asked to submit a review or review of a journal article, so as a researcher, you have the opportunity to comment and evaluate your eligibility on how to write an article. This means that you [...]

Writing a Review article2023-03-12T21:27:13+03:30

How to Handle Rejections from Academic Journals

2023-03-11T21:06:32+03:30

You did the research and you conducted the study. You still remember that first morning at your desk: a mug of coffee steaming to your right and reams of crumpled notes to your left, next to a stack of articles marked up and highlighted beyond recognition. The way that blank white screen glared back at you, mocking you. Judging you. That moment of apprehension as you typed the first word. There were bad days. There were good days. Some nights, you rolled over in bed, wondering if you ought to just scrap the whole thing. Other nights, you collapsed onto [...]

How to Handle Rejections from Academic Journals2023-03-11T21:06:32+03:30

Top Tips for Designing Graphical Abstracts

2022-11-27T16:20:42+03:30

In this article we are trying to address tips that you need to know for designing a graphical abstract. 2. Create your graphical abstract with the right tools After you've decided on a sort of graphical abstract, you'll need to select the correct tool to create it. You'll need a tool that allows you to search for shapes and visuals that are relevant to your topic matter. Since all researchers or students do not have access to professional software like CorelDraw or Photoshop, finding a suitable substitute is essential. 3. Concentrate on the goal of your [...]

Top Tips for Designing Graphical Abstracts2022-11-27T16:20:42+03:30

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