research data

Do you need to publish your research data? The new trend of data journals (Part 2)

Why should I publish my data? There are several reasons why a researcher should consider publishing their data. With the crisis of reproducibility, data sharing can reduce the need for duplication of experiments in the scientific community. If you publish your data, others can review your data, research methods, and analysis in detail, and possibly Read more about Do you need to publish your research data? The new trend of data journals (Part 2)[…]

article rejection

10 Reasons Why Elsevier Journals Reject Your Article (Final)

Why was my article rejected? Even if your article passes the technical screening stage, you still have something to worry about. Peer reviewers will evaluate your article to make sure you meet the standards of Elsevier journals. It is up to the peer reviewers to identify and review content issues. Some common problems that can Read more about 10 Reasons Why Elsevier Journals Reject Your Article (Final)[…]

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