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Searching. Top 20 Free Software for Text Analysis, Text Mining, Text Analytics. 9 Things Every Student Should Be Able to Do with Google Drive. March 8, 2014 Today I want to introduce you to some basic features integrated in Google Docs and which your students can use to help them with their research projects and also boost their collaborative workforce. 1- Research feature While composing in Google Docs students can very easily conduct a research on any highlighted word or phrase without having to change tabs or open new windows.

9 Things Every Student Should Be Able to Do with Google Drive

To do this, they simply highlight the phrase they want to research and right click on it then select "research". A window pane will be displayed on the right hand sidebar with the search results of their query. 2- Search for scholarly articles and images Besides doing a web search for their queries, students can also search for images, scholarly articles, and quotes related to the phrase or word they highlighted. 3- Commenting Using the comment feature provided by Google Docs, students will be able to leave feedback on each others work.

How do you correct your grammatical mistakes in your thesis? Swan - Scientific Writing Assistant. What is the Swan - Scientific Writing Assistant and how to start using it?

Swan - Scientific Writing Assistant

The Swan - Scientific Writing Assistant aims at helping writers with the content, not the grammar or spelling. It tries to guide you towards known good scientific writing practices and to help your readers in finding your contribution. The tool was designed to help you with your writing, not to merely point out errors. Using the tool should be simple; just input your text sections to the tool, optionally make some manual elaboration and click Evaluate button. For a more detailed description about this, see Main Menu. Video tutorial available here! Essay Map. Etherpad Foundation. Mixed ink. Write better together. Stypi. An editor for academics.

Does it matter which citation tool is used to compare the h-index of a group of highly cited researchers? Online tools for researchers. Here you will find a list of online “web 2.0″ tools, designed for researchers.

Online tools for researchers

The list will be updated progressively as this blogs explores the different services out there. I – Using “the crowd” for research (crowdsourcing, surveys…) II – Scientific Social Networking III – Sharing Science (data, figures, code, samples…) IV – Lab and Research Management Tools V – Producing research (data analysis, writing, publishing) VI – Find expertise VII – Find, organize and discuss papers I – Crowdsoucing Research – New tools specifically designed for crowdsourcing research are developing rapidly.

For example, here are a few funding-based crowdsourcing sites (crowdfunding): Other crowdfunding seeks active participation of the public or of other researchers to accomplish specific tasks. SciStarter – Have users participate in various scientific experiments.Socialsci – A survey service tailored for researchers. 10 research tips for finding online answers. Before Danielle Thomson was our TED Prize researcher, she wrote trivia for Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

10 research tips for finding online answers

And spent years finding difficult-to-source info for The Late Show with David Letterman. And she has quickly established herself as our staff secret weapon. When one of us can’t get our hands on a piece of information that we need, we turn to Danielle and — voila! — there it is. How to Avoid Plagiarism in Research Papers? - Enago Blog: Scientific Publication Help. Writing a research paper poses challenges in gathering literature and providing evidence for making your paper stronger.

How to Avoid Plagiarism in Research Papers? - Enago Blog: Scientific Publication Help

Drawing upon previously established ideas and values and adding pertinent information in your paper are necessary steps, but these need to be done with caution without falling into the trap of plagiarism. Plagiarism is the unethical practice of using words or ideas (either planned or accidental) of another author/researcher or your own previous works without proper acknowledgement. Considered as a serious academic and intellectual offense, plagiarism can result in highly negative consequences such as paper retractions and loss of author credibility and reputation. It is currently a grave problem in academic publishing and a major reason for retraction of research papers. It is thus imperative for researchers to increase their understanding about plagiarism. Guard yourself against plagiarism, however accidental it may be. 2. 3. 4. 5. Top 10 tips for fast thesis writing.

1- Decide when to start You have to decide when you are going to write.

Top 10 tips for fast thesis writing

The first thing to do is to set a date when you will stop doing research and start writing in earnest, leave yourself at least 3 months to finish off any last things you need to do. This deadline has to be absolute. Anything not done by then, doesn’t get done. You will never complete everything on your to-do list, but this is liberating if you accept it as true. The Flow of Information. Information flows in different ways in different subject areas.

The Flow of Information

Each of the links below takes you to a timeline which will show you how information flowed from a sample event, research study, or artistic creation. Pick the subject area that you are researching or that you find interesting. Research Designs - How to construct an experiment or study. Data & Visualisation. Data Visualization. Many Eyes. Docear. Gingko App. Welcome // People.kmi.open.ac.uk/stefan/thesis-writing.pdf. Cite This For Me - Cite a Website in Harvard, APA, MLA, or Chicago style.

Harvard Referencing Generator. Harvard reference or citation generator. Reference Generator. Advene project - screencasts. Eval&GO survey software tool, free survey & online questionnaire tool. Skapa en gratis webb-enkät och utvärdera svaren.