WASP (Write a Scientific Paper): Miscellaneous practical and material aspects

Victor Grech
Early Human Development 2018 September 18
To date, these WASP (Write a Scientific Paper) Best Practice Guidelines have dealt with various aspects of conducting research and writing it up. The papers in this set will review some practical and material aspects related to paper writing, particularly those pertaining to online resources that may potentially be utilized for research, how to structure a scientific paper using the conventional IMRaD (Introduction - Method - Results - and - Discussion) format, the use of bibliographic software for handling references, and the practicalities of dealing with a pathology lab for research purposes.


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