Scientific Writing

How to write a scientific manuscript.

(1) [Article] Ten simple rules for structuring papers [Mensh and Kording, 2017]

(2) [Article] Scientific Writing: Strategies and Tools for Students and Advisors [Singh and Mayer, 2014]

(3) [Web Page] Writing a scientific manuscript [Dr. Debi Kilb, UCSD]

(4) [Book] Writing Science: How to Write Papers That Get Cited and Proposals That Get Funded by Joshua Schimel

(5) [Book] How to Write a Good Scientific Paper by Chris A. Mack

(6) [Web Page] Daniel Simons: writing and revising guide

(7) [Article] How to publish a scientific manuscript in a high-impact journal [El-Omar, 2014]

(8) [Book] How to write a better thesis by Evans et al.

(9) [Article] Essential elements for high-impact scientific writing by Eric Buenz

(10) [Article] How small changes to a paper can help to smooth the review process by Michael White

(11) [Article] Simple rules for concise scientific writing by Scott Hotaling

(12) [Book] Planning and Managing Scientific Research by Brian Kennett

(13) [Web Page] 19 free tools that help scientists to write better and more productively

(14) [Web Page] Digital tools for researchers

 

Tools for scientific writing and productivity:

Collaborative Tool: Etherpad, Authorea

Figure Maker: GMT

Color Codes: https://htmlcolorcodes.com/, GMTColors

Quick Map: GeoMapApp

Language Editing: Grammarly, GrammarCheck, Reverso, Hemingway, ClichéFinder

Crowdsourced English: PowerThesaurus, PhraseBank, Linguee

Similarity Checker: Turnitin

Reference Manager: Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote

Data Digitizer: WebPlotDigitizer, GetData

Data Wrapper: DataWrapper

Calculator: Scientific Calculator, GPS Visualizer

Time Converter: EpochConverter

File Converter: PDF(dot)io

Flowchart Maker: draw.io, WorkFlowy

Quick Statistical Analyses: https://www.graphpad.com/quickcalcs/

Image Quality Analyzer: Pictorem

Visualization: ParaView