دوره Writing in the Sciences ، فصل 4 : writing process
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Unit 4 reviews the writing process. I will give you tips for making the writing process easier, more efficient, and more organized.
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So we can say a lay clerk enters these records into the general church database, and updates them to reflect dates of ordinances. Well, if you think about that carefully, it says that each member has an opportunity to review their membership record once a year to check it for accuracy. Aggressive children may have underlying psychiatric disorders or cognitive disabilities that increase their risk of drug use.
You start to write your second sentence and you realize you need a specific statistic that's in that paper by Jones et al. When you write this way, you also tend to pay attention to just one detail at a time and you lose the big picture scope of the story. It takes forever, and you end up with something disorganized and unfocused because you're paying so much attention to the small prose details that you lose sight of the big picture.
I know, for example, that this section of my article is gonna be about X and Y, so I have all the information pertinent to X and Y in that key part of the Word document in my road-map. Another one of his quote says, "The general attitude that you ought to be quantitative and comparative in your thinking in medicine is a very powerful idea that isn't natural to doctors or at least it wasn't from the Greeks on to about 1930." So I rifled around in my purse, found a little piece of scrap paper, and started madly scribbling notes because I got the crux of the story.
The archaic HLAs may interact more poorly with some of these proteins potentially causing mistakes like autoimmunity and I've got a quote at the end. Neanderthals evolved separately from us for a few hundred thousand years, so their proteins maybe somewhat mismatched to our immune systems and could play a role in autoimmune disease. Stanford is on the cutting edge of solving this problem- in fact, Dolmetsch's solution is so innovative it seems straight out of a science fiction novel.
Watch out for empty words and phrases like basic tenants of, important, method of logic. Watch out for long words or phrases that could be short like muscular heart and cardio respiratory performance rather than fitness. The way that I do an organizational review especially when I'm editing students' work is I tag each paragraph in the margins with a phrase or sentence that sums up the main point.
I was writing for a lay audience and I thought, great, this is a very easy comparison that anybody can understand, ambient light on a mountain. I found it said in a paper from Journal of General Internal Medicine- "It has been estimated that the prevalence of disordered eating in female athletes ranges from 15 to 62 percent." They say- "But informal surveys suggest that 15 to 62 percent of female athletes are affected by disordered behavior that ranges from a preoccupation with losing weight to anorexia or bulimia".
So we can cut that and just jump into and colleagues rather than say what the paper does twice, we can just jump right into it here, in a recent work on interactions with big data analytics, Daniel Fisher and colleagues, review the state of the field, the state of the field of big data analytics by interviewing 60 pioneering analysts. And then, we get the paper cautions, the skill gap in bringing the right proportion of scientific flavor in models created by business users. So I'm kind of guessing here but what I'm thinking the author here meant to say is, the paper cautions that many business users have some skill gaps?
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