Top Tips for Writing Up Your Scientific Data: Mastering the Art

August 13, 2015

Perhaps the most difficult part of the research process is writing up your data. Journals and other scientists want to know the question being asked, understand your reproducible methodology, and be intrigued by the conclusions you came to and how they might affect your field of interest. Scientific data is driven by charts, graphs and images. Bringing all of this together is the art of science.

This guide, from Harper Adams University in Shropshire, England, is detailed and concise. It’s particularly helpful regarding the best use of English for the scientific method.

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