Publishing your research?
Your success in science is largely measured by the quantity of written papers you produce.
Job applications, promotions and grants depend on productivity as measured by publications. Written papers allow you to:
- establish you reputation
- ensure you are properly credited by future generations
- document the end product
KaleidaGraph can help!
- Graph your data in minutes using a core set of plot types familiar to everyone in a data intensive profession.
- Customize every aspect of your plot so it best represents your data.
- Add axis breaks, change the position of the axes and create offset axes with the click of a mouse.
- Complete your regression analysis with one of our nine standard fits, or add your own formula, and apply our flexible error bars.
Need help writing your paper?
Below you will find a list of links which provide advice on writing scientific papers. We hope you find this list helpful.
- Scientific writing booklet – a web article by the University of Arizona
- General advice for non-majors – a web article by Dartmouth
- Scientific research paper writing – a web site by MasterPapers.com
- Scientific and academic abstract writing for earth science and geology – a web article by EarthResearch
- How to write in the format of a scientific paper – a web article by Carlton College
- How to write a paper in scientific journal style and format – almost everything you wanted to know about making tables and figures.
- How to write a paper in scientific journal style and format – the structure, format, content, and style of a journal-style scientific paper
- How to write a paper in scientific journal style and format – a strategy for writing up research results
- From research to manuscript: a guide to scientific writing – a book by Michael J Katz
- Scientific writing: a reader and writer’s guide – a book by Jean-Luc Lebrun
- How to write and publish a scientific paper – a book by Robert A Day
- Successful scientific writing: a step-by-step guide for the biological and medical sciences – a book by Janice R Matthews
- A manual for writers of research papers, theses and dissertations for students and researchers – a book by Kate L. Turabrian
- Preparing scientific illustrations: a guide to better posters, presentations and publications – a book by Mary H. Briscoe