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Editing Tip: Style Guides

Our list of common style guides includes some of the most popular formats used by publishers in academia and beyond.

by Ben Mudrak, PhD

2 min

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10 Easy Ways to Increase Your Citation Count: a Checklist

To boost your citation count to maximize impact, consider these 10 simple techniques.

by Michelle Ebbs, PhD

3 min

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Proofreading Academic Writing: Human vs. Machine

  • Automated proofreaders offer advantages, including saving time.
  • However, they are not always the best choice for proofing the manuscript that speaks for your research.
  • Here, we evaluate Grammarly to see what it gets right (and wrong) with research terms.

by Michaela Panter, PhD

4 min

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Researcher Tools Review: Kudos

There are tools that exist on the web right now that you can use to help readers find your work: whether colleagues, researchers outside of your field, the scientific news media, or the general public. Here, we review Kudos, an online platform for this purpose.

by Amy Beisel, MA

6 min

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Advanced Google Scholar Searches for Field-Specific Terms

  • You can find the best terminology to use in your manuscript by using the Google Scholar advanced search function
  • The advanced search allows you to filter by exact phrase, with or without specific words, and by specified journal

by Michaela Panter, PhD

3 min

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Using Google Scholar vs. Ngram Viewer to Determine Field-Specific Conventions

  • Both Google Scholar and Google Ngram Viewer can help provide direction on which field specific terms are relevant
  • The tools vary in the number of phrases that can be searched for at the same time
  • They also differ in how recent the literature they search through is

by Michaela Panter, PhD

3 min

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How to Choose the Best Hashtags to Share Your Science

Hashtags make it easier for others to find your research online. Make sure you choose words that are relevant to your work so that you maximize engagement.

by Jessie McDonald, PhD

3 min

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Figure and File Type Basics

One of the issues that can make generating figures for research papers challenging is the array of file types that must be dealt with. In this article, we break down the different types of files a scientist is likely to encounter and explain the strengths and weaknesses of each.

by Jody Plank, PhD

9 min

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Searching Google Scholar for Field-Specific Terms

  • Google Scholar can help you find the most relevant way to use terms about your area of study
  • Google Scholar has basic and advanced search functions that are helpful

by Ben Mudrak, PhD

3 min

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