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Are you confused about topics like how to publish a research paper and how to publish a book? Does research paper publication confront you as a foreign unfamiliar venture? Are you constantly looking for clues on how to make research papers more appealing to journal editors? Then you’ve made the right choice by visiting this page. Quick tips and handy resources to help researchers with academic research, manuscript writing, journal submission, and manuscript publishing.
Hi, Thanks for viewing my question. I'm looking for a detailed review of the above tools mentioned in the question. I intend to decide which tool would be the right choice to write a research paper with ease. I don't have much time left and I'd avoid learning advanced LaTeX (if that's possible). Thanks, Debdut P.S.: Links to the tools mentioned:
How to write a good scientific paper: A handy guidebook for early career researchers
Many authors consider lab work easier than writing a research paper. The main challenges they face while doing the latter include structuring the research paper and following the relevant style conventions. Apart from this, authors are often confused about the language to be used in scientific papers and look for guidebooks or learning courses on the topic. One such resource is the International Society for Optics and Photonics’ (SPIE’s) guidebook for students and faculty in science and...
Academic writing styles and conventions
Our guest authors are passionate about research and its communication – so passionate that they turn into composers! Here’s a short poem on academic writing from one of our guest authors that shares some tips to help you create a well-written manuscript.
Tips for using Google Scholar effectively
Google Scholar is a tool researchers commonly use for conducting literature searches. This post shares eight great tips to help make your Google Scholar search more effective.
Riffyn: Tool review and tutorial for researchers
Research in many subject areas or fields involves the collection, archiving, and analysis of large amounts of data. From graduate students to veteran professors, laboratory notebooks are the holy grail to note anything and everything that occurs in their research. However, written notes can become inconvenient quickly. Riffyn is a powerful tool designed to unite research protocols, experimental parameters, and research results in one place to provide a comprehensive view of the whole experiment...
PaperHive: Tool review and tutorial for researchers
PaperHive is a free web platform for researchers to transform reading of scientific research articles into a social and active collaboration. Understand how you can benefit from using this tool and and find a step-by-step explantion on how to use the tool.  
27 Hilarious academic Twitter profiles you need to start following today
Academia has traditionally been perceived as a dull world that has no room for humour and fun. But such an opinion is far from the truth. Putting such misconceptions to rest, this article lists 27 of the most hilarious academics on Twitter. Each of these Twitter accounts will bring out the silly, quirky, and fun side of academia, introducing you to a space on Twitter where academics can be casual, friendly, and humorous.
APA Style cheat sheet: How to cite a journal article using APA Style
This interactive infographic will provide you with a step-by-step cheat sheet of how to cite a journal article in the APA style. It will systematically explain which elements of each source you must include in your reference list and also the sequence in which they must appear. 
2017 was an eventful year for everyone in academic publishing. The year witnessed many trend-setting changes and new practices, keeping many of us on our toes. Throughout the year, we interviewed many thought leaders in the scholarly publishing industry to get a sense of their views on these trends and changes. In this SlideShare presentation, we bring you extracts from their interviews and the advice they shared to help you.  Did you find these extracts useful? Was there any one which...
It's almost time for us all to welcome in the year 2018. As we approach the end of the year, most of us tend to reflect on the bygone year and mull over whether we've managed to accomplish all that we had set out to achieve.As a researcher, you are forced to multitask constantly and deal with different aspects of your academic careers: conducting research, preparing your manuscript, submitting to journals, staying updated about all that is happening within your field, attending or presenting at...