Ten simple rules for structuring papers

Check out the paper on ten simple rules for structuring papers! See here!

Reference: Mensh B, Kording K (2017) Ten simple rules for structuring papers. PLOS Computational Biology 13(9): e1005619. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005619

Here’s a key pictures that shows the summary of a paper’s structural elements at three spatial scales: Across sections, across paragraphs, and within paragraphs.

 

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CREATE-BEST poster day

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Superstar colleague…

My colleague’s article gets editor’s choice award 2nd year in a row!


We made PLOS ONE’s most cited list!

One our articles is on PLOS ONE’s most cited list!  !


We’re hiring!

Department of mechanical engineering at the university of ottawa is looking for new tenure-track professor.

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Finally published!

Sometimes it takes patience and persistence to get a paper published.  In this case, it finally paid off.  The paper I wrote with Ugo a couple of summers ago is now in (electronic) print.  I’m so please!

Chouinard and N. Baddour, Matlab Code for the Discrete Hankel Transform, Journal of Open Research Software 5:4, January 2017. http://doi.org/10.5334/jors.82