We proceed with our tips how to write a proper a scientific article. Here we describe The Materials and Methods section. This section seems a core of all your article because it is intended for further duplication of your results. In an editorial in the American Journal of Roentgenology, James Provenzale says, “One of the more common […]
In our previous topics we have been sharing with useful tips about the initial parts of the research article. In this issue you will be able to find the effective suggestions upon creating the opening section of the article’s text – Introduction. Introduction as well as an abstract should catch the interest of readers to […]
Let us go further to find out how keywords and abstract of your research article could be created and how they work. Here we are prompting you some effective tips to build up right abstract and list of keywords.
Nowadays review is a main part of the publishing process. When scientists come to the point when they can give practical pieces of advice for an academic society, it can be the moment of making an effort to be a reviewer. In our earlier topic we have given several tips [1,2] from our editors about […]
Open access week is an annual event since the year 2007, which makes Open Access positions stronger and influential. The theme of 2018 International Open Access Week, October 22-28, is “Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge”. Being an open access publisher, SciPress also takes an active part in this event as we know how important […]
We continue the series of articles devoted to the main parts of the manuscript. The recommendations below highlight the importance of the Title, which is the first thing which readers see in your article. However, authors can think that creating and writing thereof is a simple task, but there are some pitfalls.
We receive a lot of articles from authors every day. All manuscripts submitted to our journals undergo the quality control and rigorous peer review. The results thereof inspired us to give some recommendations for preparing a manuscript. So, we collected for you some widespread pitfalls that may lead to considering an article to be improved […]
The process of submitting a paper to the high-quality scholarly journal is long and hard. Averagely above 30-50% of manuscripts (MS) are rejected at the first stage before it could be revised at the peer review process. If an author makes the paper according to the rules of a Journal, this situation may be different. […]
You have decided to become a reviewer in an international journal. What are the first steps? What rules to follow? We would like to give you here some tips and tricks from our editors, which may help you while starting this important mission in the scientific society.
Have you been working on your research for months or probably years? Thus, the best way to share your findings is to publish them in an international journal. Once you’ve written, checked several times and ready to submit your paper, you should understand the concept of publishing process.