Monthly Archives: March 2018

Research Paper And Supplementary Material

Research Paper And Supplementary Material

If you had been noticed and the reader is thinking have you read a paper like that you think why didn’t you do the obvious thing like why are you doing this complicated thing so there is sometimes when you really have to stop and say you know you might think that this pathway would be a good one but actually doesn’t work at all for the following reason or you know that’s elaborated somewhere else again you don’t to get to do world we’re just acknowledging when there is a very obvious Avenue that you’re not taking why you’re not taking it is a good thing or you could say somebody else took it and it’s described very well in this excellent paper that I’ll discuss a bit more but in related work but it turns out that doesn’t work very well in the setting that I’m interested in which is this and on you go does that make sense yeah. Find other tips for working with your material on Edusson.

I think that it’s also kind of I mean there should be like a trade-off between reproducibility of your paper make your idea I mean like some other people things that is possible to reproduce your work yes because for example if there are like I mean sometimes I agree with you on these that you have to show your idea but maybe it’s okay also to put like a paragraph not someone can escape like thank implementation tickets oh I mean they read are kind of sleepy but are you filming but if it’s another student like me I mean the student maybe need details in order to continue working oh yes so so when I say you know you want to present your idea I do mean you want to present it it’s a paper right you want to present it in enough detail that somebody could actually deploy it and use them use it themselves and that means you know you need a bit of detail right that’s what the body of the paper is for.

So it might be you might say here some implementation details you might say look there’s a whole section about implementation you know a little bit later in the paper that gives more detail so I think of it as being somebody might read the papers there might be the introduction they might get to the idea I think that’s an interesting idea but actually I’m not interesting up in the details to plow through this so then they jump to the next paper so you’re almost wherever they get off the bus they’ve taken something valuable away with them yeah but don’t leave out the meat that’s right so I’m not talking about just a high level general idea stuff you want to get to the meat it’s a paper it’s got content yeah just fine you about just getting all of these details that most of the readers won’t be interested in and just sending all of that to the supplementary material.

How to improve your writing

How to improve your writing

Writing can seem like an impossible task when you’re learning English. The good news is that with a bit of practice, you’ll be writing with ease in no time.  Let’s take a look at different ways to improve your writing.

This may sound a bit strange, but read as much as you can.  You’ll be amazed at how many writing tips you can pick up by simply reading. You’ll pick up the writing tone, different styles and new phrases, all of which will help you.

Next, try writing and ask someone to read what you’ve written. I know feedback can be tough sometimes, but finding out if you’re getting your ideas across is an important step in improving your writing.  It can be scary at first, but can be the most rewarding bit of the writing process.  Ask a friend, teacher or classmate for their feedback.  Did they understand your text?  Did they enjoy it?  This can help you understand what worked and what didn’t. Don’t take it personally, and focus on what needs improving.

You don’t always have to write long pieces of text to improve your writing.  With all the social media platforms out there, you could try microblogging or getting involved in forums and chats in areas you’re interested in. If you are organising a book club, you could also write down your thoughts before you go.

Another easy way to practise your writing is to keep a diary.  It can be as simple as writing down what you did during the day.  Or you could treat your diary as a notebook for ideas to develop later on.  With writing, it’s not about the length of each text but it’s about writing as much  as you can in as many different situations as possible.

With a few minutes of consistent practice every day,  you will gain confidence in no time.