دوره How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper (Project-Centered Course) ، فصل 4 : After the writing- the check list

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After writing the paper comes the time of reading your paper a few times in order to get everything perfect.In this section you will learn how to remove a lot of mistakes you might have been writing. In the end, you will have to build your own checklist corresponding to your own problems you want to avoid. After this, your article can be submitted and will hopefully be accepted!!

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When you are writing something you want to get people interested by the content of your article, by the science behind it, but you also want to maintain an internal coherent. You can also check that your article is not boring because then the peer review process will just eliminate this paper. Not putting illustration in your article, being too concise in the reasoning and using too much abbreviation, being too exhaustive for basic knowledge.

My name is Heloise, and in this video we will now go through some of the main and common mistakes in the form that you have to avoid to ensure that your paper is not desk rejected right away. You will want to make sure that everything is crystal clear, that there is no long sentence, that you are always writing in an active voice for English papers and not a passive one. Then there are some common format oversights, like forgetting the paper's pagination, something which really frustrates reviewers since it prevents them from referring to a specific page in their comments.

You'll submit it again, if you're lucky, the editor will deem that you've done enough work to address the concern of the reviewers and you'll say, okay I recognize you've done the job. You're not writing another paper on the side, but definitely make the editor's life easy, by showing that you care about what your viewers have to say, and that you've taken it seriously and you've made changes to your text accordingly. The editor sees tons of papers from all kinds of different fields and they can't keep up with everything that's going on.

Good morning Mathis Plapp, and thank you for allowing us to ask you few questions. Now reviewers are scientists just like me, and I will ask them to read the paper and to give an assessment about its quality. Now there's also other projects that are sort of I would say more marginal in original, in some sense because there is of course the journals that try more to work like forums, so you can put your article online yourself and then others will comment in it.

I really hope you enjoyed the previous section of this MOOC and that your personal work made you more aware of the various aspects about writing and publishing a paper for a scientific journal or a conference. Finally in this last section, and thanks also to Matisse and Hartier, we underline the typical mistakes we do in the process of writing a paper and submitting it to a journal. I really hope that now you feel more familiar with the codes of your community and develop your own and personal expertise in the writing of a scientific paper.

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