Monthly Archives: June 2013

Rules for Scientific Writing

In general, the best writing is simple and direct. Writing that is simple and direct is most easily understood. It also tends to be the most forceful and memorable. Use no more words than necessary and never use a complicated word

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Strategies for editing & proofreading

LEAVE YOURSELF PLENTY OF TIME (for all steps of the writing process, including editing): By making and following a timeline for the paper, you are more likely to have time to finish everything with the proper amount of care and

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The process of writing

Creating a text involves the scrutinizing and summarizing of knowledge, but also includes the actual process of writing. Even among experienced writers, few are able to produce a final version of a text in the first draft. Writers can certainly

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Cultural differences in scientific writing – The language issue

Some differences have been observed in the writing in English of Finnish and native-speaker writers. One difference has been noted in the use of phrases which help guide the reader through the article and make the text easier to follow.

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