Howdy most hallowed, honoured (and tenured :0 ) scientist 'people'!
I wanted to ask, from anyone who's written, and more importantly, had published, any scientific papers/articles, if you have any advice to give on the subject. Absolutely anything.
I've been asked to put the results from my summer research program into an organized form, with the knowledge that we'll want to try to get it published somewhere. (Both on it's own now, though it'll also be useful as a reference for a much larger project in the future).
I've read a decent amount of articles and papers (for an undergraduate), and I know the format 'reasonably'
well - (Abstract, introduction, methods+conclusions, discussion/Future directions, appendixes with supplementary material)..
However, I've never written a real, serious paper meant to be an article that has a real chance of being published. So, I wanted to ask from anyone who HAS a paper or three under their name, if you could allow me the benefit of your knowledge - from the technical level (How did you organize it - Word? Something specialized? ) to any tips on organizing the material
and what/how to write. (Especially the "getting organized part").
Background - The project is in the field of Bioinformatics + Machine Learning [Biology [Field we'll be trying to publish it in probably]/applied Computer Science/Biological Chemistry]]
. It involves Prediction using the model/M.L Features I designed and coded and only CS/"theoretical" work, no "wet work" (aka physical products from a lab).
Thank you VERY Much!
(And wish me luck
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