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Emma Gleave 7h
update: I have spent almost all day trying to configure a title that clearly and succinctly describes my project. Maybe the perfect combination of 15 - 20 words doesn't exist?
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Kari Hensley, PhD 6h
ISO of sources to guide scholars in writing journalistic/public-facing research. Thanks!
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IBO Aug 19
“Hundreds of extreme self-citing scientists revealed in new database”
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Susanne Suvanto Aug 13
Dear , what's your take on using active vs passive voice? In my head "we analyzed" or "our results suggest" is normal scientific language, but having two recent reviews advising to "avoid expressions like 'we'" has me puzzled...
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Tracie Prater Aug 19
Technical writing pro tip: remove the word “that” from as many of your sentences as possible. The readability and flow of the resulting passage is much improved.
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Caitlin Ahrens ✨🚀 Aug 19
I’m tackling Reviewer #2 reviews today. Need more coffee and tea...
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Prof. Jeff Ollerton Aug 16
“Suggested” and "suggests" are two of the most over-used words in science - be confident about your data, tell the reader what you found, discuss what the data "show", "reveal", "demonstrate"..... [other synonyms are available]
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RBMFC 6h
"Try to write coherently, in such a way that the reader will never be held up at any point, wondering what you mean, or at the end be in doubt about what you intended to impart." tips by
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the action anthropologist Aug 15
Is there Life after Doom?
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Jesse Moland Aug 19
My most productive writing time this past week has been between 11:00 pm and 2:00 am. Doing whatever it takes.
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The Masters and Margaritas Aug 19
Definitely said I get my part of a paper finished this weekend. Definitely did not. Definitely doing the lit review and analysis sections of an article for an assoc prof for free though, so he’s just going to have to be patient
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Devika Narayan Aug 19
Turns out you need the perfect music, desk, coffee, company, quality of light, only when you are not in the zone. and here I thought a flawless environment was a prerequisite...
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ACRM ECNG 5h
If you do & in journals then check out Instructional Course 15 @ : Get Your Paper Out! A Practical Course to Increase Your Productivity Go to
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Olivier Gimenez 🖖 10h
🎙️Need your insights 👋😋 I’m preparing a talk on advances in capture-recapture (2009➡️2019). I drafted a list of methods & ecological topics Am I missing something? Suggestions? If useful, I might turn it into a paper
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Oxford Academic Aug 19
In academic careers, there is a strong correlation between ambition and failure.
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Dr. Antoniette Maldonado-Devincci Aug 19
Monday morning I get an R&R for a paper I submitted a few weeks ago! I’ll take it!!
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EssayJack Aug 19
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Charlesworth Authors 18h
Great quote from Arle Richard Lommel! is nuanced, creative, and personal. Avoid the perils of machine translation
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Elizabeth Joan Kelly Aug 19
FYI, there is an International Journal of Wine Business Research
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Editage Insights Aug 19
|Upcoming Webinar | Aug 21, 2019; 10 am EST| Only 2 days to go! Don't miss this chance to learn how to write a publication-ready manuscript & get one step closer to journal acceptance! Block your seat:
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