A high-quality sci paper requires the author to ponder word by word. After completion, it needs to be checked and revised repeatedly. It can be formally submitted without errors. However, during this time, it may be required to make major or minor changes. Generally speaking, after this period of time, the manuscript can be successfully submitted for publication. How should high-quality sci papers be edited? Let's take a look at my sharing.
The writing stage
According to English language habits, passive voice is usually used when expounding research methods; when explaining experimental results, passive voice is often used and past tense is used. In this part, attention should be paid to the accuracy of the words used, the effort of text extraction, and the use of formal subjects.
1. Result: This is an important part of the research. It must be clear, understandable, and accurate. Therefore, try to organize all the test results into charts and try to fully tap the information in the charts. Discuss the trial results with as many researchers as possible along the way, as different people will have different views on the same graph or table. This will provide a good idea for the article. After analyzing the graph, look for the key points of the test results. We must ensure that this Keypoint has great new ideas, or when it comes to this Keypoint, there is an exciting feeling. Then find the diagrams and tables that can demonstrate your Keypoint from all the diagrams. Arrange the diagrams reasonably and use diagrams if possible.
2. Discussion: This is the essence of a paper. The discussion can be divided into several paragraphs, which can be parallel or progressive. But make sure that each paragraph has a theme, that is, each paragraph discusses a main topic.
2. Processing and polishing stage
In the processing and polishing stage, no textual errors are the most basic requirements. Of course, based on the basic formation of the article, text errors are rare, but because medical papers may involve a variety of formulas or special symbols, for example, in mathematical formulas, letters in bold and italics; Greek in special symbols Letters, etc., the author still has to check carefully. The order and position of the charts, the coloring of the color maps, etc. also need to be checked by the author during this process. If the original manuscript and electronic version are in color, and the printed version is in black and white, the annotations involving color in the legend should also be changed accordingly. In addition, you can leave the article to a professional company or an English-speaking medical worker for polishing, and carefully deal with some details. Before submitting an article, be correct, clear, concise, complete, and logically consistent.
3. Submission and revision stage
Before preparing to submit a manuscript, you should have a detailed understanding of the target journal, whether there are similar articles published, and conduct a careful comparative study of the relevant content.
After submission, it will be subject to review comments from reviewers or editor-in-chief. If you reject it completely, you can give up; if there is a suggestion for revision, then this suggestion is very important, and you must carefully analyze every criticism and suggestion, and revise the paper accordingly. When resubmitting the manuscript, you must let the reviewer see that you have made changes in the places he asked you to change, and you have changed them according to his suggestions or requirements. At least, it is very important to work in the direction he wants.
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