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Manuscript Structure

A well-structured scientific research manuscript has maximum impact. Manuscript structure not only includes the IMRAD (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion) but also other parts of a research paper, such as the conclusion, title, abstract, keywords, figures, tables, graphs, and references. This section includes posts on how you can prepare a perfect IMRAD paper as well as work on other important aspects to prepare a well-structured research paper.
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I want to write the background of my study. Can you give me any tips or guidelines?
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I want to write that there are two articles that use the same stimulus and they find the same result. Which tense should I use?
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What do you need to know before and while working on a clinical trial? This slide deck tells you more about the things you need to remember when preparing to publish your clinical trial, from developing a research protocol and getting informed consent from study participants to registering your trial and preparing a clinical trial manuscript. Related reading An introduction to clinical trials (Part 1: The basics)  A young researcher's guide to a clinical trial What every medical researcher...
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I am going to do work with a weight loss product in which the main ingredient is conjugated linoleic acid. "Evaluation of conjugated linoleic acid in fat reduction and its association with c-reactive protein" Is this a suitable title for my article?
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I have finished writing my paper and plan to submit it next week. However, I'm totally confused about creating keywords. Which keywords will be most effective for my paper? Are there any fixed rules to be followed for creating these? Also, how many keywords are required for an original research article?
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P value is the most commonly reported statistic in research papers, and yet is widely misunderstood and misused. Recently, the American Statistical Association (ASA) released the “Statement on Statistical Significance and P-Values,” outlining six principles pertaining to appropriate use and interpretation of p values, which this article will discuss. 
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My research methodology is about the customers' perception of service quality of immigrant orientated restaurant in Cape Town. How can I frame a suitable title for this?
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I am a non-native English speaker from Vietnam. I am a Chemical Engineering lecturer in Hanoi. I am trying to write a scientific research paper related to the chemical field, but it seems to me that I lack knowledge in using suitable grammar structure to express my ideas when describing the materials/instruments, and writing the abstract, results, and discussion parts. Thank you so much. I am looking forward to hearing your comments.
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What are the procedures or most the important things I must do to write a proper summary?
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I am writing a thesis that consists of two chapters. There is a separate discussion per chapter. I have to conclude my thesis with a global discussion. The question is, can I repeat myself in the global discussion section?

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