Category Archives: Autores

SEARCH FOR SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: NEW DATABASES

In addition to the classic scientific databases such as WoS and Scopus, there are other free scientific data retrieval tools, which are characterized by their enormous size in number of records. Recently many tools of this type are appearing as a consequence of the existence of Crossref. The Crossref database that contains the metadata of most of the scientific articles… Read more »

What should a review article include?

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Abstract Leave the summary for the end It’s a compendium of the main thesis and the references you use. Introduction Make an introduction of what is going to be treated Describe what you will discuss during the review Frame the work within your thesis Explains to the reader why literature review is important Body May take different forms depending on… Read more »

Why does a scientific publisher reject my research article?

There are several reasons, but the most common are: The subject matter of the article is not included in the editorial line of the journal. A poor translation from the language required by the journal in the submission of the manuscript The author misinterprets the results of the investigation The data used is incorrect or not accurate enough A poor… Read more »

With reference to the order of appearance of authors

The order in which authors are listed in the manuscript is important. Typically, the first and last authors are the most distinguished. The first author is traditionally the person who has contributed most to the research and who also takes responsibility for the work as a whole. Therefore, he or she often receives most of the credit for the published… Read more »

Journal Citations Reports – JCR

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What is it? JCR is a citation reference analysis tool for evaluating scientific publications. Measures the influence and impact of journals according to their scientific disciplines in the Clarivate Analytics Web of Science database. What is it used for? The Journal Impact Factor (JIF) measurement can be applied to identify the most influential journals in different thematic categories. What is… Read more »

How to get your work published

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The aim of academic journals is not only to publish the author’s work, but also to be recognized and have an important impact on its specialty. It is important to keep this in mind to understand how these publications operate. Some general recommendations for the author: Provides interesting and accurate findings, analysis and analysis In short: To clearly define the… Read more »

The pre-evaluation importance for an article

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Most people who have spent some time in college, will know how important peer review is to many aspects of academic work. The fewer, will be aware of how important it is to get feedback on your article before you send it to a journal. You may also think that your writing is not high enough to show it to… Read more »

Some common mistakes from a novice author

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Not clarifying from the beginning, what is the problem that the paper tries to solve and what has been the solution adopted and its results Write too much about the problem your research is addressing Exaggerating the problem addressed Exaggerating criticism of the work of other researchers Not saying what he really wants to say, getting lost in unclear ramblings… Read more »

Five golden rules to write a scientific paper

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FIVE GOLDEN RULES FOR WRITING A GOOD SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE By Julián Venables. After my recent workshop on scientific writing at the Munich RNA Club conference in Slovenia I hereby enclose you “Five golden rules for writing a good scientific article” inspired by Eric Lichtfouse’s book “Scientific writing for journals impact factor”. 1) FOCUSES EVERYTHING AROUND A SINGLE MAIN RESULT Identifies… Read more »