Strong Inference 2.0

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(a review of the original paper and modern rewrite of the process)

Strong Inference

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Certain systematic methods of scientific thinking may produce much more rapid progress than others. Platt, John R. 1964. Science. Vol:146. No. 3642.

The Science of Scientific Writing

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If the reader is to grasp what the writer means, the writer must understand what the readers needs. Gopen, George D. and Swan, Judith A. 1990. American Scientist, Vol. 78.

Ten Simple Rules for Structuring Papers


Good scientific writing is essential to career development and to the progress of science. A well-structured manuscript allows readers and reviewers to get excited about the subject matter, to understand and verify the paper’s contributions, and to integrate these contributions into a broader context. However, many scientists struggle with producing high-quality manuscripts and are typically untrained in paper writing. Focusing on how readers consume information, we present a set often simple rules to help you communicate the main idea of your paper. These rules are designed to make your paper more influential and the process of writing more efficient and pleasurable. Mensh B., Kording K. 2017. PLoSComputBiol13(9):e1005619.

A Biologist's Guide to Statistical Thinking and Analysis
Don't perish! A step by step guide to writing a scientific paper

Sophien Kamoun's presentation to the Norwich research Park Ph.D. student. A step by step guide to writing scientific papers. April 1, 2020.

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