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Would you suggest some research papers that study the effects of COVID VACCINE on blood sugar rates?
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Best I could do is the attached information. Good luck, David Booth
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I have already read all the research papers including session videos on direct selling and found some gaps in the study. I need your suggestions so that I can compare them with my work. Hoping to get a response soon.
Thank You.
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You already have done the main two works of three works to generate a potential research topic. (1) You have done literature review and (2) you have recognized the research gap. (3) Now you think about the research gap and create a suitable research title. I believe you can create a good research topic based on the research gap.
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It's confusing to see different excitation wavelength-based Raman spectroscopic research papers. Can you suggest a suitable excitation wavelength, acquisition time for g-c3n4 (prepared by calcining melamine at 550'C)?
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Dear Swathi a C , Raman shift does not depend on the source's wavelength and the recorded spectra of a material using different light sources are identical in terms of peaks positions. However, since fluorescence is a critical interference in raman spectroscopy, a proper light source must be chosen that does not excite the target material to the electronic excited state. That's why in most cases it is prefered to use either a green 532 nm laser or an infreared 785 nm laser. Not to mention, NdYAG with 1064 nm will work out as well. As I mentioned above, you should choose the light source according to the fluorescence excitation spectrum of g-C3N4 which is typically around 300 nm. So, the aforementioned sources are appropriate for your case.
Best,
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I am simulating tin-based perovskite solar cell and as far as I think I put the parameters as they are in the research paper. However, I get convergence failure at 0.780000 v and IV calculation cut at 0.76000 v? Can some one please help in that matter?
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Several time in different experiments, we got marginal P-value in statistical analysis when dealing with differential expression of genes, SNP association with disease, etc....
Provide your view accordingly.
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Yes, that's what I wanted to say: the whole purpose of a significance test is to see if we can talk about some trend. If we cannot reject H0, the data is not even conclusive enough to identify any "trend".
It's obvious that p=0.05 is an arbitrary cut-off that is not sensible in some occasions. But it is a convention - for a lower limit of the confidence in our interpretation (if we cannotreach this confidence, we dare not give an interpretation). This already is not a very high standard. We should be carful when interpreting results that are of marginal significance - but in the other direction, i.e. when p<0.05, but not much. If p>0.05 we very clearly should not anymore try to interpret the results.
Charalabos Antonatos , "Namely, simple interpetion of a non significant p-value in a clinical trial is not enough to exclude clinically significant effects" -- Absence of evidence is NOT evidence of abscence. The non-significant result onlymeans that the data are insufficient to even interpret the sign of a (possible) effect. The data are "not conclusive". There is no conclusion to be made, and it must not be interpreted as "there is no effect". This is a frequent mistake committed in many medical papers. I certainly agree that a look on the CI can helpt to figure out if the data are clearly incompatible with a clinically relevant effect. But, as I said before, this can also be tested directly by not using the "zero" H0 but using the "minimum relevant effect" as H0 in a significance test.
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A good review paper deals with collection and compilation of comprehensive information on a given aspect based on published data. As it also carries opinion, concluding remarks and/or future outlook of the authors based on literature mining, it would be more appropriate to designate it as Review Research Paper instead of saying it just a review paper.
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Thank you Dr Bir Bahadur for your reply; I appreciate your understanding.
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Hello, fellow education research and action leaders,
As part of an education-focused project, Green Teach for Opportunity, a small team and I are researching the opportunities and paint points educators perceive related to teaching sustainability skills* across and among disciplines. I read and appreciate your work on this topic, following many of you, and also offer several books, articles, and informal research papers here on Research Gate as well.
The question above is an attempt to better understand the level of interest, indifference, and relevance faculty and teachers (secondary and post-secondary) are feeling about sustainability skills education in general, and also related to career preparation specifically. If you would kindly answer this question, it would be helpful to know the relevance, if any, you see on a scale of 1-10 (1-least important/relevant and 10 most important/relevant).
"Relevant for what," you may ask? The intent here is primarily to gauge the relevance or importance you see relative to the learning objectives for your particular course or curriculum (specifically, for classes you teach, or courses of study you directly support, i.e., in a curriculum development or similar role.)
It would also be helpful to know your title, discipline, or major you instruct or support, and also your state (if in the US) or country. If you wish to provide your name and email to stay posted on findings and updates from the Green Tech for Opportunity project, that is of course not necessary, but would be appreciated.
*The term "Sustainability" in this question is meant to encompass diverse concepts and approaches related to sustainable well-being for all, including environmental, regenerative, sustainable development, conservation, and green education. Although these terms represent some variation in vision and approach, there is usually a good deal of overlap in intent. Your opinions on this matter are also welcome.
My contact information: L. Julian Keniry - [email protected] - 1-202-999-9244
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I think is very important to prepare students at universities and also to accomplish visits from time to time to High Schools with university staff concerning this matter.
Skills (technical & soft) and competencies are now crucial in career developments for youngsters, Prof. Lisa Julian Keniry
Best Regards.
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Can a preprint, that is yet to be peer-reviewed, be cited for in a research paper? If yes, then are there any formal requirements that need to be fulfilled before the submission of a research article?
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Some journals accept preprints as valid references while some journals categorically state that preprints cannot be included as references. But you can cite them and there are recommended ways of citing it as mentioned by Wolfgang R. Dick. Preprints are still valuable resources although they are not peer-reviewed so as the grey literature. Grey literature is also not peer-reviewed but since there are no other published resources then they are acceptable. Similarly if there is no research available in any particular area then preprints can be cited and referenced. In the end, its all about how you present your argument !
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I want to extract the publication details (keywords, abstract, title, etc.) of an author from their google scholar profile through python code (i.e. giving an author name and affiliation should return the details of the publications in any suitable format, that can be processed further). I have tried with the Google scholar API but it is getting blocked due to multiple requests.
It will be really helpful, if can provide the solution for this.
Even it will be helpful if can provide the alternative to get prevented from getting blocked from GS.
Thanks
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One way to deal with the API being blocked due to multiple requests can sometimes be to intentionally slow the code down (i.e. limit the number of requests per hour/day/whatever directly in the python code). I have found that this usually works - but may require you to leave the program running for a bit longer
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research paper regarding Emotion Recognition using big data analytics and Spark MLlib
Face and emotion detection using spark MLlib
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Michael Uebel Thank you
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I found that two of my research papers has been opened as preprints before publication.
I have no idea why they were open.
Can someone tell me how to delete them?
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I don't think you have to delete them, except if you insist
why don't you consider the suggestion of Prof Wolfgang R. Dick
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For my master's project, I need to work on Delta Wing. Kindly suggest any particular book which has an in-depth analysis of Delta Wing aerodynamics.
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Respected members,
kindly assist me in writing and interpreting results of MODERATION (gender, age etc.) .
I used SPSS Split file option and there after used FREE STATISTICS CALCULATORS ( https://www.danielsoper.com/statcalc/default.aspx) to get T values.
Although I have the results but I do not know how to write and interpret for research paper/ thesis.
Kindly give your valuable suggestions on the same.
Thank you
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Hello Antriksha,
You will need to elaborate your query in order to get constructive recommendations. It would be very helpful if you were to describe:
1. Your specific research question(s);
2. The variables involved and how they were measured/quantified;
3. The results of any tests that you ran with your data.
Good luck with your work.
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I would like to do work on quantum gravity. But general relativity is not complete. So if i want to do work on GRT. I am beginner for this course. GRT fails in few aspects. Any one suggest me research papers. Please send me your answers.
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Today I read a quote from Einstein (1934) that the properties of all the basic fields (universal “back ground” fields) represent the properties of space itself. I was a bit flabbergasted because it was Einstein in 1920 who stated that the theory of general relativity (gravitation) don’t exist in a universe without matter. A concept that was proved in 2011 by Eric Verlinde (emergent Newtonian gravity).
The consequence of an emergent force field is the absence of an “independent” field structure that is only dedicated to this force field. It means that gravity – no matter if it is GR or Newtonian gravity – is mediated by one of the existing universal “back ground” fields. In other words, at the moment matter is created in the universe there emerges a field we have termed “gravitation” and it is mediated by the Higgs field, the electric field or the magnetic field.
The exchange of energy between decreased scalars of the Higgs field and the local electric field is determined by Planck’s constant (the Higgs mechanism). But the magnetic field is a vector field and cannot exchange energy. A vector field only determines the direction of the transfer of energy. That is why the electric field and the magnetic field are corresponding fields. The electric field generates a local quantum and the local quantum creates a vector within the magnetic field and visa versa. The duration between the start of the increase of the local energy – the beginning of the flow of a fixed amount of energy – and the moment the quantum has the energy of Planck’s constant is termed “quantum time”. Thus quantum time is a constant.
But if the field of gravitation is mediated by one or two of these universal fields the “holy grail” of quantum gravity already exists. Because we know the properties of these universal fields.
If Einstein’s curved spacetime is mediated by the magnetic field GR is equal to Newtonian gravity but space isn’t curved at all (because the curvature of space represents nothing more than the magnitudes of the vectors).
If GR is mediated by the electric field curved space is not a real curvature but a resultant “curvature” because the electric field is a topological field with a discreet structure that is responsible for the creation of quanta, the fixed amounts of energy (Planck's constant).
The last possibility is the Higgs field. Unfortunately the Higgs field is nearly totally flat in the whole universe (vacuum space). Only rest mass itself forces scalars of the flat Higgs field to decrease their magnitude. Therefore it is impossible that space itself is curved like GR predicts.
The main law in physics – the law of conservation of energy – is restricted to the electric field if there exists no matter in the universe. The consequence is that all the vectors of the corresponding magnetic field in the universe are conserved too (a more fundamental conservation law than the conservation of momentum because momentum is directly related to detectable phenomena). So if matter is created in the universe a new situation is born. The decreased scalar(s) of the Higgs field doesn’t exchange vectors but at the same moment the force of gravitation emerges. The only sensible solution to this problem is that the force of gravitation is equal to the “lost” vectors of the magnetic field because the total amount of vectors in the universe is conserved. So at the end Newton was right although the vectors of the force of gravitation are influencing matter as a push force.
With kind regards, Sydney
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Dear Authors,
Therefore, I would like to ask for permission to view Professional Commitment Scale use in the research paper. Tqsm
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Consult the author. It's tool is available in the market and in public..
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To the respected sir and madams
I need research papers regarding of correlation and path coefficient analysis between flag leaf area and grain yield, total soluble sugars and grain yield, protein and grain yield and Starch content and grain yield in traditional rice genotypes.
Thanking you.
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1) In the first situation which I am facing, both indirect (a*b) and direct (c') effects are insignificant, while their sum, i.e. total effect [(a*b)+c'] is significant.
2) In the second scenario, the indirect effect is insignificant, while direct effect is significant, so there is no mediation, but yet, the total effect is significant.
I would appreciate if someone can share interpretation of these scenarios. What role does total effect play in such a scenarios? What is the best way to report such situations in a research paper?
P.S. I am using confidence interval method to assess significance (whether 0 falls in between LL and UL or not). Attached are the screenshots of both the scenarios.
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Thanks Michael R. Frone this was really helpful!
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I introduce myself as a master’s student, my field of study in physics, and I work in environmental pollution. I have two research papers and I want to publish them in two different journals but within physics. Is it possible to help me publish my research?
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Dr Nibras Seed , try this journal "Environmental Science and Pollution Research"
they are fast
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Kindly reach out to me, if interested to write a research paper or is looking for someone who can co-author your paper.
Thanks
DS
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sure. id love to.
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Hi, I'm a beginner student looking for someone who is interested and passionate about the various subfields in AI, mostly computer vision. I'm really interested in deep learning and want to write a good research paper in computer vision (vehicle detection ) but don't have any friends with whom I can discuss and research on certain topics. I don't know if it's the right place to discuss this but please let me know if anyone is willing to work on research papers together as a team. Thanks
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I am doing a PhD research in deep CNNs, and I am about to publish my first article. Ready to collaborate!
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Hello everyone, I need help choosing a topic related to Integration of metabolic pathways for environmental applications. I would be very grateful for your valuable help in the proposals for choosing the theme. Iskanda
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Methods of Enhancing Plant Metabolic Pathway Structure and Regulation
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Please suggest free software to make different types of diagrams and figures in research paper.
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WPS Office
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Just learning Matlab and know a little Python. I have some borehole curves, trace element data in ppm and I want to estimate the volume of of the element over a depth interval using numerical integration. I figured there must be some code already existing to accomplish this? Looking for research papers or code to get started.
Thanks,
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Nope...no boring borehole curves for me. I prefer working on femininely infinite curves and their resulting wormholes. Much more interesting.
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Dear Researchers,
I am stuck at the implementation part of the modifying Objective Function in RPL. I have read several links and research papers where researchers were able to modify and obtain results. I tried a lot but couldn't succeed yet. So, if someone can share the implemented codes and details, it will give me a deep insight of where the changes have to be made and where I am going wrong in my calculations.
Even, if somebody can teach me, I am interested in it as well. This will help me to carry my research forward.
P.S. Any help in code implementation, will be acknowledged and duly cited in my future research work.
Thanks in advance!
Sakshi Garg
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Unfortunately Shaski, modifying the Objective Function in RPL risks wreaking havoc on the fundamental laws of physics that holds the milky way together. This is why the guardians of the galaxy have disrupted your experiments thus far...
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Dear researchers,
I am new to Western blot analysis. whenever I am trying to absorb the phosphorylation of ACC (Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase) detecting by Western blot, I always observed a double band of pACC.Even several research papers observed double band but none of them explained the reason. Herewith attached the pictures of my membrane which I observed phosphorylation of ACC. Please help me to identify the reason.
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The reason for the double band may be the degradation of the enzyme Or isoforms. We normally use Phosphatase / Protease inhibitor. Do you use both of them? Please try to reduce the SDS-PAGE gel by 6% and try.
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Hello Everyone! I am working on my Final Year Project which is to classify diseases of rice crop, We collected data from different sources like Kaggle, GitHub links, and different research papers. We were initially working on 2 diseases named Neckblast and False Smut and we used SVM classifier on Matlab environment We got good accuracy but when we increased the dataset to 9 Diseases that affect our accuracy so we switched to Python Deep learning Supervised Sequential Model we got an accuracy of 90% but it just classify our disease but now we want to localize diseased part( using bounding box) from the image so can you suggest me the best model to work on because now we have very less amount of time. I have attached pictures of my dataset too.
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I need the source of the following quote (no problem if it is French or English, primary or secondary source) "those who lack the courage will always find a philosophy to justify it." Albert Camus
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Clifford Miller
I have once seen a film that really captivated me, it was The Man Who Knew Infinity, it's the story of Ramanujan, an Indian who seduced great English mathematicians to the point that he was invited by the Cambridge University during the First World War. This man was an autodidact like Camus, he found many equations without following the usual path. These two geniuses are both original and independent, they both died at an early age leaving thought-provoking books. Many academics think that Camus does not follow the norms, (example no footnotes in his writings like in the Myth of Sisyphus) nevertheless, he gained recognition, because today (the Post-modern era) multi-disciplinary approaches are more acceptable than before and Camus’s writing is a kind of a genuine fusion between philosophy and literature. You can tell me but Camus himself said: “I am not a philosopher”, haven’t you seen many people saying “I am not …” and they are just the opposite? I agree with the quote of Marylin Maeso in the text of Pauline Petit that Camus is a difficult philosopher to understand and that we need several readings because he is not a philosopher of concepts, he works by image, symbol and emotion.
I sent you this article because it’s a kind of reconciliation between you and me, I agree with Pauline that Camus is an artist philosopher.
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Does it depend on co-authors, journals, citations or follower? I have seen many people who has no single research paper, no citation and only one co-authorship and new-bee without a follower in RG has higher score than those with a number of papers, with citations and followers?
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Dear honorable researchers,
ResearchGate (RG) score is an accumulative factor of different activities, including scientific and social, on the RG platform. Therefore, it can be increased by the following:
  • Asking questions and answering other questions.
  • Initiating valuable discussions related to different topics and participating in others' discussions by replying to their discussions.
  • Sharing your good research work with other RG colleagues.
  • Adding new research items. Make sure that all of your publications are listed. If the copyright of the journal allows, include their full texts.
  • Creating new projects and updating the existing ones.
  • Increasing your followers by following others. Following other researchers is a way of encouraging them to follow you back.
  • Comment on and recommend your peer's research and projects.
Based on the aforementioned rules, your score is relative to everybody else. So, it may go up or down depending on the activity and scores of the other RG members. This means it takes the scores and interactions of every RG researcher into account to give you a relative rating of your contributions.
Besides all the above-mentioned points, I want to add that RG is a platform and a gateway for sharing information and experiences between scientists, experts, researchers, and practitioners. In reality, RG is one of the biggest social media networks for the scientific community. Therefore, it is your way to increase your research visibility and, in turn, your citations.
Based on this, your research work should be open-access and free to all people unless there is a crucial need. This can be done during the addition process of any research work or publications by choosing "add a public file" instead of "add a private file".
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Is it Possible that a Research paper submitted to Peer Review can be Accepted without Revisions? How frequent?
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Yes, it is possible but very rare. Definitely, there will be some revisions suggested by the reviewer, it may be minor revisions or it may be major revisions. One has to welcome the reviewers' suggestions, it is an opportunity to learn from the expert people of that particular subject domains.
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It happens to all of us from time to time that journals reject our research papers. Sometimes, however, the reasons leave us wondering, and this is one such case that happened to my co-authors and me at Research Papers in Education. The reviews were absolutely positive, not a single negative feedback. None? Well, there was one: the paper was 'stats' heavy. I'm surprised at such a justification in a journal of that name. Has this or something similar ever happened to anyone? Here is the relevant excerpt in the justification of the rejection:
"Thank you for submitting your paper to Research Papers in Education.
I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news but the editors have considered
your paper and feel it is not suitable for publication in our journal.
You address a relevant topic and provide a secure review of the
literature, but there is a need for great clarity in explaining and
linking your findings back to practice bearing in mind our readership.
For our readers, your work is slightly 'stats' heavy whereas we like to
see a flipped emphasis of the substantive discussion and debates over
the statistical debates. You may find that other journals have a
different preference and that your work is publishable there without
many amendments. Indeed, we enjoyed your choice of topic and it is clear
that there is a much larger piece of research behind it that is worthy
of publication."
No hard feelings about it, getting papers rejected happens to all of us once in a while. Nevertheless, I am puzzled. :-)
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The author of the question proceeds from the false premise that the journal is obliged to publish any article sent to the editorial board and approved by the reviewers. A kind of author's arrogance. This is not true. The author must prove (most often by the text of the article itself) that the article corresponds to the direction of the journal and its criteria. In addition, the journal always has a choice: in decent journales the "portfolio" is full for 6-12 months, and sometimes even more months in advance, with a fairly high failure rate. And this is already the prerogative of the editorial board: to choose what they think is more interesting and necessary. Of course, they may be wrong about this or that article, but this is their right.
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Hello Everyone...I have been trying to reproduce the same Stress vs Strain behaviour for the Composite Material I got from a research paper to my Abaqus model. The material properties, CAD model etc., are all taken from the said research paper, but I still not making any progress. If anyone has faced and overcome this problem kindly get back to me so that I can share my isssue in detail. Thanks.
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Maybe you are missing something important,I mean the value of an important parameter.Also I think a good way might be to use the charts and figure of graphs provided to extract and crosscheck some values which you are assuming as something which it is not.
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If I have completed a research paper and I intend to submit it for consideration by a journal or other academic periodical or research monograph publishing firm, would it be normal procedure if I were to post my research paper file as a pdf on Research Gate with a view to maybe getting feedback, constructive criticism, review, or even a word of encouragement? Or would a potential publisher view it as having already been published? Is it better to submit it for publication first and then, while awaiting the decision, to post it on RG? Or is it preferable to post only papers that have already been accepted for publication, assuming that the copyright reverts back to the author after a paper has been published?
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Dear RG colleagues,
I may be somewhat old-fashioned, but please have the following golden rules on how to avoid Plagiarism:
  1. Use your own words instead of copying the words of others.
  2. If you have co-authors, just trust your words.
  3. If you use your own words, then there is no need for the free tools of plagiarism. Since there is no guarantee that the original content of your manuscript might not be copied and sold to others before it is published by you, I discourage using any free-software checkers for plagiarism; some of them are betrayers. Despite that offline ones are rare and if you are insisting to use anti-plagiarism software, offline checker programs are safer than online ones.
  4. In some cases, you can paraphrase the sentences in the original document. But don't forget to write a reference.
  5. You must always insist on honesty.
  6. You must always insist on doing real research, not "Wikipedia" research.
  7. Do not put any of your research work anywhere until it is published and tagged with your name. Please wait until the paper is accepted and then published by that journal. Then, upload that research item on any platform you wish.
Finally, believe me or not: If you make one plagiarizing, you may solve one problem and fall into many others where some of them may be described as a knockout. Again and again, please always remember that if there were accusations of plagiarism, it is not well for any researcher's reputation, in any meaning.
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While some of these master researchers may not be able to produce research papers, they may play an important role in data gathering and many other aspects of study. These can be students in school (primary, secondary), or college. Perhaps they will be acknowledged. Can they also be approved by utilizing independent researchers or ties with their own institution or college?
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Naturally, each nation has its own "ad hoc" regulations; but the international guidelines on Biomedical Research, which are the ones I know the most about (
DECLARATION OF HELSINKI OF THE WMA - ETHICAL PRINCIPLES FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH IN HUMAN BEINGS) requires the explicit permission of their parents or guardians, the "Informed Consent" in those over 16 years of age, the meticulous respect of all Bioethical principles (of Charity, no Maleficence, etc.) and that the medical research on humans should be carried out only by individuals with appropriate scientific and ethical education, training, and qualifications. Research in healthy patients or volunteers requires the supervision of a physician or other appropriately qualified and competent healthcare professional.
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I am especially looking for a freely available index journal in the Asian region to publish GIS _MCDA research paper
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A free journal
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I wonder if submitting in a special issue is better than submitting in a regular issue.
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In a special issue, materials are either united by a single idea, or timed to coincide with an important date, etc. On this basis, the readership will be special, perhaps more expert.
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The data is needed for a research the cafe industry pre and post covid in India
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check data in brief journal in Elsevier database.
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Now a days many researchers are depositing their research paper draft as preprint in various web-based option, those are not peer reviewed yet or may submitted already or will be submitted in a Journal. This is similar like unpublished data those many Journals discourage to cited in a paper/article. What is your opinion?
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One of my friends was accused of plagiarism; do you know why?
After about three months, his research paper was rejected because of plagiarism. When he checked the journal report, he found that his paper was accused of plagiarism and with a 61% percentage. The reason is that his manuscript was previously uploaded as a preprint. It took him another two months to solve the problem and removing the manuscript from the database of the preprint.
So, in order to solve such this type of issues, it may take several months of following up to remove the manuscript from the database of the preprint. Anyhow, If there were accusations of plagiarism, it is not well for any researcher's reputation, in any meaning.
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Recently, I have written a research article. I want to produce preprint of it. I found various platforms for creating preprints of articles, including arXiv and Researchsquare. Personally, which platform do you prefer?
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I have a different perspective for uploading any preprint anywhere before it has been published anywhere. Why you let others know about your insights and methodologies before publication?You may say that I am somewhat old-fashioned, but I have a different perspective for uploading any preprint anywhere before it has been published by your name. So, my advice is to not put your research anywhere until it is published.
  • Your manuscript may be copied and then published by others before you can do that. This stealing of your paper might be happening. You must wait until the paper is accepted and then published by that journal. Then, upload that research item on any platform you wish.
  • You should avoid telling the other researchers about the details of anyone of your papers until it has been published and seeing your name by yourself.
  • A journal may have automated plagiarism software to check the paper before admitting it to the reviewing process. There are chances that your paper can get a rejection at any point. Thus, to avoid this problem. Publish the preprint after you got ACCEPTED.
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I have prepared a sample for proposed above SCI paper.
Title of The Research Paper: So keep the title brief and clear. Use active verbs instead of complex noun-based phrases, and avoid unnecessary details. Moreover, a good title for a research paper is typically around 10 to 12 words long. A lengthy title may seem unfocused and take the readers' attention away from an important poi
Abstract: How Long Should an Abstract be in a Research Paper? Abstract recaps the major and important aspects of whole research paper and it should not be more than 300 words. However, it is good that words should be less than 300 words.
1. Introduction
1.1 Some Introductory details ½ page to ¾ page.
1.1 Motivation [(Some 4-6 lines details then pointwise details (1-5 points), each point might have maximum 4-5 lines)
1.2 Our Contribution
1.3 Notation
1.4 Road-map of the Rest of the Paper
2. Background Works & Related Research
3. About the Field of Your Work (i.e. WSN, FANET, Cryptography, Blockchain, IoT. Etc.): CHARACTERISTICS AND DEFINITIONS.
4. NETWORK MODEL AND PROBLEM FORMULATION
4.1 Network Model
4.2 Problem Formulations
5. Your Algorithm (Algos, Flowcharts etc.) for Your Application Area/Field ((i.e. WSN, FANET, Cryptography, Blockchain, IoT. Etc), explain in different phases.
6. Performance Evaluations (Result Analysis): (a) Formal Analysis (Assumptions, Models, Definitions) (b) Mathematical Preliminaries, Mathematical Analysis using some well know models of your research field (c) Proof of theorems used. (d) Verification for work using simulation or any programing language.
6.1 Experimental Setup
6.2 Analysis
6.3 Performance Evaluation
6.4 Analysis On Parameter/Indicator1 with graph and table
6.5 Analysis On Parameter/Indicator2 with graph and table
6.6 Analysis On Parameter/Indicator3 with graph and table
6.7 Analysis On Parameter/Indicator4 with graph and table
6.8 Analysis On Parameter/Indicator…n with graph and table
7. Conclusions & Future Work
CRediT author statement: The conceptualization of idea, design of methodology,
security verification testing, formal analysis, writing of
original draft and editing of the paper have been performed
by both the authors.
Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest regarding
the publication of this paper.
Acknowledgments:
References: I have spoken to Qualitative Researchers who were told they had to have a minimum of 30 references but not more than 50 references. The optimum number of references in the References Section of a research paper is the exact number of papers quoted or paraphrased in the body of the paper.
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The novelty with mathematical support is an important parameter to publish your work in IEEE transactions as well.
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Can anyone share a research paper where the power calculation was conducted for sample size and as for dataset 'Demographic and Health Survey (DHS)' was used?
The outcome variable is not a big concern. Just need the clarification of methodological section where power calculation was performed using DHS dataset.
Thanks in advance!
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I believe Google search still works. Best wishes, David Booth
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Will these two modes of data analysis be compatible?
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Maybe you wan to consider the recursive least squares algorithm (RLS). RLS is the recursive application of the well-known least squares (LS) regression algorithm, so that each new data point is taken in account to modify (correct) a previous estimate of the parameters from some linear (or linearized) correlation thought to model the observed system. The method allows for the dynamical application of LS to time series acquired in real-time. As with LS, there may be several correlation equations with the corresponding set of dependent (observed) variables. For the recursive least squares algorithm with forgetting factor (RLS-FF), adquired data is weighted according to its age, with increased weight given to the most recent data.
Years ago, while investigating adaptive control and energetic optimization of aerobic fermenters, I have applied the RLS-FF algorithm to estimate the parameters from the KLa correlation, used to predict the O2 gas-liquid mass-transfer, hence giving increased weight to most recent data. Estimates were improved by imposing sinusoidal disturbance to air flow and agitation speed (manipulated variables). The proposed (adaptive) control algorithm compared favourably with PID. Simulations assessed the effect of numerically generated white Gaussian noise (2-sigma truncated) and of first order delay. This investigation was reported at (MSc Thesis):
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What are the basic ethics to be followed to write a review report of Research Paper?
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Many journals provide a template for the referee's report, consisting of a standardized list of headings with accompanying space for comments.
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I am currently finalizing my Master of Science in Biochemistry. I am interested to pursue my career in Cancer Immunology. Meanwhile reading research papers, I would love it if my reading gets one step ahead. Any small or big advice would be very helpful to me!
Thank you for taking out time to read my post :)
Nikita Maurya
Master of Science in Biochemistry
K.J.Somaiya College of Science and Commerce
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Go to the web page of your journal of interest and register as a reviewer
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I am working on my research proposal on the topic, "physical proximity and technology-enhanced collaborative learning in Chemistry. And am going to use the topic matter and change, using CK-12 foundation.
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I am writing a qualitative research paper on EFL graduate students' academic writing challenges in a university in Turkey where English is the medium of instruction. The research instrument is a semi-structured interview, and thematic analysis (TA) will be implemented. Based on what should I choose the sample size? What is the best/ideal sample size to reach the principle of saturation?
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A way to deal with this is to point your committee to some references so they don't have to take your word for it. The book by Zina O'Leary (2009-- I know she has newer version but the basics of qualitative research should already be touched on the 2009 version). You may also consult the book by Jennifer Mon titled Qualitative Researching-- that one is my favorite. It is student-friendly. From the looks of it, your committee is more from the positivist school of thought, which does not sit well with the constructivist orientation of your research.
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Dear respected sir's and madam's i need research papers regarding of variability, correlation and path analysis and genetic divergence between the morphological traits and biochemical traits like total soluble sugars, total protein and starch. please lend some help and i need research papers as early as possible.
Thanking you all.
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6G antenna design
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Antenna in 6G Wireless Communication System: Specifications, Challenges, and Research Directions
The Review and Analysis of Antenna for Sixth Generation (6G) Applications
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Hello,
I am conducting a research on workplace employee relations and their workplace behavior. I am searching the theory behind the issue. Please suggest me the good research paper(s) or suggest me the theory.
Regards
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Workplace employee relations are always competition based environment.
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Hello RG people , i'm actually working on my thesis and the question that i'm tackeling is :
How marketers use psychological practices to influence consumer behaviors ?
i already made an analysis of 16 research papers on the subject , some practices such as scarcity , loss aversion , the use of color and scent and the endowment effect , but right now i need to write an introduction and synthesis to all of that and i don't know where to start so if anyone can suggest some researchs done in this area or books , i would highly appreciate it !
#marketing
#consumerbehavior
#psycologyandmarketing
#influenceconsumers
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Hello Wissal Walkas,
Thanks for your interesting question. You may add below articles to your literature review so that you have a broad range of references for a well informed synthesis of the variables you are investigating for your thesis.
Article by Vainikka (2015)
Article by Szymkowiak et al. (2020)
Article by Bentall et al. (2021)
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L2, Grice's Maxims, Speech Acts, or Spoken language are approximating my area of interest.
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Check my paper here on creative writing assisted by corpora.
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The paper will also look into teachers willingness to normalize LBGT identities!
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Dear Netthu,
(1)
Tyagi, S., Singh, G., & Aggarwal, T. (2017). Talent management in education sector. International Journal on Cybernetics & Informatics (IJCI), 6(1/2), 47-52.‏
(2)
Moorhead, L., & Jimenez, J. (2021). ‘This is me’: Expressions of intersecting identity in an LGBTQ+ ethnic studies course. The Journal of Social Studies Research, 45(1), 35-57.‏
(3)
Taylor, D. M. (2018). LGBTQ music educators: External mentoring between student teachers and in-service teachers. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, (216), 65-86.‏
Best!
Yaakov
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Please help me by defining this term, I submitted a paper to a journal as original manuscript, but they sent me back and asked me to format article as short communication.
Is short communication considered as research paper?
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Hi. It is a brief, precise and concise version of research paper done according to the journal's word limit that is credited with some unique, finding/breakthrough/significant improvement and needs immediate/quick communication for drawing attention to the scientific/ research community at the earliest.
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Please suggest some research papers on this topic i.e., only those security issues that are caused due to cloud data analytics. Thank you!
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To me, the biggest problem with "Cloud Data Analytics" is keeping the data safe in the cloud. Here is one paper overview of data security issues:
Since this industry moves really fast, I would advise checking good industry reports that come out. This one on data breaches from Verizon is a pretty good one:
It is also worth following the news for late breaking information. Here is a good search
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I want to create preprint of a research article via arXiv. Do you recommend any specific latex template?
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While conducting research, it is inevitable to put either summary or abstract. I wanted to know if there are preferences to use one over the other, or could it be used interchangeably in all types of research papers, proposals, etc.
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There is no general standard for all journals and books concerning abstracts and summaries. And different authors may treat these differently. Usually the abstract is something like a short summary at the beginning of the paper or the book chapter, more rarely at the beginning of a book. It should be able to stand also alone, without the paper's complete text, in bibliographic databases and platforms to describe the content. Many papers and books have a summary at the end, which can be more extended than the abstract. However, sometimes the abstract is called "summary". See also: https://www.researchgate.net/post/What-is-the-standard-for-writing-abstract-of-a-scientific-research-paper-for-publication
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What are your suggestions, guidelines and points which be cared to write a research paper or article?
What is impact factor?
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See WoS essay:
The impact factor (IF) is a measure of the frequency with which the average article in a journal has been cited in a particular year. It is used to measure the importance or rank of a journal by calculating the times it's articles are cited. It is calculation based on a two-year period and involves dividing the number of times articles were cited by the number of articles that are citable.
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Respected researchers,
Publicly sharing the full text of research papers on RG can increase the chances of the work being cited, however, what to do in case the research paper was published on a subscription (free) journal with copyright issues?
Thanks in advance!
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Considero q los artículos e investigaciones deben estar abiertos a todos los investigadores. Es la mejor forma de q se conozcan sus resultados y todo el q lo necesite pueda consultarlo y citarlo de manera gratuita.
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I want to get H-Index of my research papers published
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Before getting h-index you have to get your citations . From number of Citations h-index will be generated by the system automatically from RG , GS or Mendley etc .
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  • First of all, in the Nature Index (±82), all the journals are not Nature journals .
  • Secondly, how we differentiate Natural Index journals from Web of Science and Scopus index journals?
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I am looking for unfunctionalized and functionalized surfaces for the SERS surface strategy. Kindly share the research papers related to the same.
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different methods such as Electrostatic adsorption,chemical bonding, et c., pls ref. this paper
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Application of these 3 Means (AM, GM and HM) individuality? where can we use this? welcome with research papers?
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Arithmetic mean is simply the average, but is sensitive to outliers. This can be smoothed out by the use of the geometric mean, which makes skewed distributions symmetrical. The harmonic mean uses reciprocal values and accounts for differences in sample sizes :)
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Why do we need smart contracts just for authenticating a transaction? We can already see examples of smart contracts in our daily life. For instance, a vending machine (a reference made by the originator of this idea Nick Szabo) or a ticket machine. I am a beginner to this topic and I am trying to understand its recent popularity. However, the research papers I have read so far highlight two factors; Automating Transactions and Security due to its immutable nature. But these features are already available even in a ticket machine at a metro station. I would love to hear your feedback on it that why it is important and how it is different from already existing infrastructure?
Thanks a lot!
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Dear Hashir Usman , each node throughout a sensor network could interpret and process a given code independently of others (even it could be altered). One way for running the same code among heterogeneous actors according to a common code is the smart contract. It is essential in a distributed context for knowing that the same agreement is being respected. Regards,
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I tried typeset. But everytime it gets blocked at 1200 manuscript words. Is there a way of formatting the whole manuscript at once?
if the word limit problem of typeset is removed, its really helpful.
thanks!
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You have to go premium to exceed the word limit
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why in research papers people are always expressing the acidity of crude oil by total acid number and total base number instead of measuring the pH of the crude oil ?
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because it is more convenient and more indicative
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I am facing problem with callus generation of my plant that is a gymnosperm with woody tissue and leaves with hard surface. please someone provide me with the effective protocol for their culturing. Some link or some research paper
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Did you develop any good protocol for the Gymnosperms?
Now I am trying to induce callus in Cycas beddomei
if you can share your experiences it will be helpful to me
Thank you in advance..!
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Due to COVID 19, many researchers couldn't able to take results in the research laboratories. Instead they are working with open source platforms. Can those results be added to a research paper and get published ?
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Dear Dr. Priya E.L!
You spotted a relevant topic. Yes, I think this is what open science- initiatives aim at:
1) Pal, J.K. Visualizing the knowledge outburst in global research on COVID-19. Scientometrics 126, 4173–4193 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11192-021-03912-3 Free access:
2) Shuja, J., Alanazi, E., Alasmary, W. et al. COVID-19 open source data sets: a comprehensive survey. Appl Intell 51, 1296–1325 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10489-020-01862-6 Citation: "We hope that the article will provide the scientific community with an initiative to start open source extensible and transparent research in the collective fight against the COVID-19 pandemic." Free access;
Wikipedia is an example: Wikipedia:WikiProject COVID-19/Sources, Available at:
>>> Wikipedia:Identifying reliable sources (medicine), Available at:
Yours sincerely, Bulcsu Szekely
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I am looking for a research paper or book which explains the analysis rigorously.
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Dear All, I hope you are doing well during these challenging times. As you know it's been challenging to stay positive during these difficult times, but things are getting better. My name is Sonia David and I am working on a research paper about Perceived Optimism during the COVID-19 and its effects on Body Image. This study is for individuals between the ages of 18-40 years old and the survey will take less than 10 minutes to complete. I request you to kindly fill up this questionnaire and share it with everyone you know between the ages of 18-40 years old as it would be of immense help. Please find the link: https://forms.gle/5E2xkXLiJyN57GPo9 Thank you so much! Stay Home. Stay Safe.
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Good discussion my dear Sonia David
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Can anyone suggest/recommend a research paper related to this
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I am adding a TARC curve. Please explain how to plot in HFSS? If any other software is required then please anyone explain with steps.
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The total active reflection coefficient (TARC) relates the total incident power to the total outgoing power in an N-port microwave component. The TARC is mainly used for multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) antenna systems and array antennas, where the outgoing power is unwanted reflected power. The name shows the similarities with the active reflection coefficient, which is used for single elements. The TARC is the square root of the sum of all outgoing powers at the ports, divided by the sum of all incident powers at the ports of an N-port antenna. Similarly to the active reflection coefficient, the TARC is a function of frequency, and it also depends on scan angle and tapering.
The parameter of Total Active Reflective Coefficient (TARC) in terms of S-parameter is evaluated by using the relation same is given attached figure.
Pl. go through and try to generate data in excel sheet and plot.
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Actually I found in previous research papers that both Cr forms i.e. trivalent and hexavalent are interconvertible. So I want to know the exact amount of both the forms of Cr in soil sample in which I have supplied only hexavalent Cr. It will help me to understand the mechanism behind toxic behavior of both the forms.
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Praveen Kumar Determine Cr(VI) by diphenylcarbazide (DPC) and then determine total Cr using ICP or AAS, if you have these instruments. DPC is specific to Cr (VI), while AAS/ICP measures total Cr (VI and III). subtract the difference, which gives Cr (III).
If you don't have access to these instrument, then try this method
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Looking for different perspectives from research community
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yes if it is peer review by other person.
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I conducted a semi structured interview on the experiences of parents in the new modality of education in the times of pandemic. We also would want to follow Moustakas' steps of analysis. I would like to ask if how bracketing is really being explained and presented in research papers?
Thank you in advance!
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Bracketing is a method used in qualitative research to mitigate the potentially deleterious effects of preconceptions that may taint the research process. However, the processes through which bracketing takes place are poorly understood, in part as a result of a shift away from its phenomenological origins.
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In my study, the Macro Process results confirm the significant effect of environmental concern (EC) on the relationship between - social norms (SN) & Usage intention (UI); personal norms (PN) & UI; past sustainable behaviour (PSB) & UI.
I searched a lot but could not get the literature support.
dependent variable (DV): intention to use/purchase/buy/accept, etc.
Please help with your ideas and previous research papers.
Thanks in advance.
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You can think of a mediator as a go-between for two variables. For example, sleep quality (an independent variable) can affect academic achievement (a dependent variable) through the mediator of alertness.
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I found that the adiabatic no-slip wall boundary condition is more suitable than the isothermal wall condition for high-speed compressible flows. But, some research papers are considering the isothermal no-slip condition. please explain?
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For a CFD simulation to not become unstable and diverge in initial few iterations, adiabatic no slip wall condition is best suited, your observation is completely right. This assumption goes well, when you are interested mainly in the momentum related quantities like drag, pressure, etc. Once you consider heat transfer, you may need to give isothermal boundary conditions, if that is existing physically.
You can get good convergence with isothermal no slip boundary conditions also by starting your simulation with an isothermal wall temperature near to adiabatic wall temperature, and slowly moving towards the actual isothermal wall temperature as the solution progresses.
PS : Make sure that viscous work term is ENABLED in your solver.
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I am going through research papers in phase-field modeling and every paper has different free energy functional equation. Where those equation come from? How to decide which equation is appropriate for your situation? Is there any book you should follow?
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Dear Vishesh,
As the phase-field method developed very gradually, each part of it was improved in some steps. First, the so-called gradient-term was recognized to be important (van der Waals, Hillert, Cahn &Hilliard, Langer, etc.), then temperature (for studying solidification), concentration field (for alloys), and elasticity were gradually included and also some other energy densities like dislocation/plasticity, electromagnetic etc. Each with some varieties and each through important contributions indeed! There are a couple of key review papers like these two
that can help. And I suggest you read the depth of it in early works of those names mentioned above. In one recent work I tried a derivation from scratch that might interest you: .
The fact is that phase-field type descriptions are still developing and very likely will be that way for a while: This is both a blessing and curse ---a blessing because it's capable of addressing complex, emerging cases, and a curse because its descriptions and implementations must update over and over.
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My focus of the research is to explore the reasons behind students scoring low marks for mixed tenses activities in English. Here, I anticipate giving them a questionnaire asking them the reasons for scoring low marks for this activity: whether translating sentences into L1 is a matter to them, whether the meaning of the tenses look-alike or whether they are unaware of aspects of the tenses, etc.
In this case, do I have to focus on cognitive and metacognitive factors behind using tenses in my research paper?
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Because not focusing on motivation and the need to want to learn the language, learning the language in addition to hearing is oriented towards an end and when it is discovered then, it adapts the verbs and their time to the problem situations used.
Ask the students why and how they want to learn the language, if for them if and only if it is a necessity.
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Dear community, after using the wavelet transform to extract the important features from my EEG signals , i'm wondering about how to calculate the Shanon entropy of each value of my coefficients (cD1,cD2,....cA6), another thing is how to use the Shanon entropy for dimension reduction ?
Thank you .
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Hello dear friend Wassim Diai
I hope the next code to calculate the Shanon entropy of given data will be helpful in your work
Wavelet coefficients (cD1,cD2,....A6) will be the entire data.
python 3.7 is used to implement shanon entropy.
pandas library is imported as pd.
Good job
import pandas as pd
data = [3,6,7,12,5,7,.....] #you insert your data here
pd_series = pd.Series(data)
counts = pd_series.value_counts()
entropy = entropy(counts)
print(entropy)
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I have written around 15 research papers on medical students' mental health in Pakistan. And I thought it to be a good idea to publish a compendium on them, in their actual form rather than copy-editing them as a regular book.
Is it ethical to publish a compendium of one's research papers (open access) on a similar theme, in the form of a book? Do we need publishers'/journals' explicit permission to do this?
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Yes, I believe you can do that, provided that you publish each paper as it is (the previously published papers with all publication information), that is you will compile the published manuscripts in a book
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I am working in acadamia. It has been three years since I work as a lecturer. My MSc thesis found at http://www.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:1272204. In addition, I have made a survey on SDN secure routing and written
Now, I want to publish a paper from my MSc thesis and the second paper. However, I don't know if it is possible or qualify for publication. I need a hand on this.
Thanks
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Hello,
it is hard to evaluate your work based only upon a document you provided, which was never intended to be a research paper, but a thesis. Maybe someone can help you more, but my advise to you would be to try to connect with your supervisor or opponent of the thesis, or at least a head of research, or director of the department where you did your thesis, (or anyone around you with more experience in publishing) and ask them if they can help you with preparing a paper for publication from the results of your thesis.
At least this would work for me in my beginnings.
I wish you a good luck in finding a co-author and submitting the final paper :)
Regards, Kristian
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Is it ok? How can I describe in better way?
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A chi-square test for independence with α= .05 was used to assess whether the meat eat was related to religion. The chi-square test was statistically significant, χ2 (1, N=53) = 12.49, p <.001, with Phi (φ) coefficient of .56, indicating a small to medium relationship. I also used a figure in this session.
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The chi-square test is used to examine whether two variables are independent or not. It means that the two factors are not related. By ruling out the independence of the two variables, the chi-square can be used to assess whether two variables are, in fact, dependent or not. If two variables are correlated, their values tend to move together, either in the same or in the opposite direction. Chi-square examines a special kind of correlation: that between two nominal variables.
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I saw so many research paper calculated CBM and VBM using electronegativity theory but none of them clearly specify.
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Thank you so much Dr Felipe LN Sousa
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I am working on a research paper on the subject and would like to share inputs. Thanks.
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What you want to know about this topic
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I need at least 5 articles on how to identify fungi on a petri dish at least up to the genus level.
I'm wondering if the mold is sufficient enough or you need to scrape off some parts(?) of it and place it on a slide and stain then observe it under a microscope.
If some require some identification kits please provide some links or manufacturers name o where to buy these
Thank you!!
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I have submitted a manuscript to 5 different journals with almost same aims and scope but still they rejected it. The manuscript was completely following the journal guidlines and all the results were properly oriented. Then i tried for another journal with same aims and scope this time they accepted. Donot researchers find a need for a global organisation which can handle and deal with misleading Journals.
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Aadil, sorry to hear about some of the difficulties you experienced in trying to get your article published. A colleague of mine also posted a topic on RG regarding 'Waiting Times' to get an article published with the intention of soliciting debates and discussions on related publication matters.
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Please do suggest market trends and current research papers pertaining to the above mentioned question
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Full reports from marketsandmarkets are expensive.
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For my research paper at the Free University of Brussels I am studying the helping behaviour among Lebanese people after the explosion of 4th of August.
I am having a hard time finding whether Lebanon is more of a collectivist country or individualist country.
One of my hypothesis' is that people who trust the government will be less incline to help others than people who do not trust the government. I am also having a difficulty finding a study that supports this hypothesis.
Does anyone have any suggestions ?
Thanks in advance !
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What is the title of your study?
This hypothesis is not valid