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Social Media and Scientific Writing


The story of scholarly publication has changed as a result of the growth of social media. Academics are no longer constrained to exclusive conferences or the stale pages of scholarly publications. Through the power of social media, they may connect with other researchers who share their interests and gain input from users all over the internet. The field of scholarly publication has transformed because of social media, which has created a ton of new opportunities for data collecting, collaboration, and enhanced visibility. The difficulties of upholding quality control, safeguarding intellectual property rights, and juggling ethical considerations and information overload cannot [...]

Social Media and Scientific Writing2023-05-23T16:35:42+03:30

How Researchers Can Increase Their Visibility


Once your research is published, your hard work as a researcher does not end. Increasing the visibility of your study is a responsibility of yours. This can be difficult and involves a lot of work. Although learning how to advertise your study can be awkward at times, the effort is worthwhile. A greater number of people finding your study may read it and contribute to it as more people become aware of it. It may also open up prospects for future collaboration. To begin enhancing your research's visibility, read the rest of this blog post. Developing a [...]

How Researchers Can Increase Their Visibility2023-05-14T13:15:25+03:30

Case Report (Part 2)


In the previous post, we talked about the main aspects of case report. Today, we are elaborating on more points that can help you develop your case report . Author Contributions Providing more clarity about authors increases transparency report , allows researchers' recognition, and increases accountability for all involved parties . However, you do not need to include an Author Contributions section in your manuscript. Acknowledgements section can include anyone who has helped but does not match the authorship criteria. Contributor's Position Definition of the Role Conceptualization Overarching research goals and objectives; development or growth of ideas Curation of data [...]

Case Report (Part 2)2023-03-12T08:58:25+03:30

Meta-Analysis (Part Two)


In a meta-analysis, the first step is to determine the kind of outcome(s), which is either binary or continuous. Relative risks, ORs, and hazard ratios, as well as the absolute risk difference and its inverse, are the most common dichotomous outcomes (ie, the number needed to treat). Mean differences and normalized mean differences are the most common continuous outcomes; the latter is employed when research uses different scales or units. Second, authors should specify whether the model has fixed or random effects. The latter is the most prevalent, and it is based on the assumption that effects vary among studies; [...]

Meta-Analysis (Part Two)2023-05-21T09:57:26+03:30

Meta-Analysis (Part one)


Meta-analysis occurs when a review is carried out in a predetermined order (i.e., methodically) and the results are quantitatively assessed. Meta-analyses have become more widely published in recent years, with 1,473 titles published in 2007 and 176,704 in January 2020. Clinicians, researchers, and policymakers can benefit from well-designed and presented meta-analyses. Therefore, this article also serves as a guide for authors to learn about the important elements of meta-analyses while writing their reviews. Subtypes of Study Design Described Traditional meta-analyses and unconventional meta-analyses are the two forms of meta-analyses that are most commonly classified. [...]

Meta-Analysis (Part one)2023-03-12T09:11:13+03:30

Top Tips for Designing Graphical Abstracts


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

Frequently Misunderstood Parts of a Research Report


Each section or piece of your paper has a specific purpose and is written to highlight the most relevant components of your research. This article will clarify some of the most frequently misunderstood aspects or elements of a manuscript, such as the Abstract and Introduction, Aim and Objectives, the Literature Review, and more. The provided information in this article will aid in your comprehension of these frequently misunderstood aspects of a research paper, as well as your ability to employ them professionally. To produce an impressive manuscript, you must first understand why each area of the manuscript is written, as [...]

Frequently Misunderstood Parts of a Research Report2023-03-12T09:06:46+03:30

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