Read our blog post to find out what features you can expect from reputable journals and what predatory journals withhold to your detriment.
It is not always easy to identify predatory journals. In this blog post, we aim to provide you with a set of tools to help you make an initial assessment of journals.
In this blog post you will learn how to cite in LaTeX and how you can use the reference management programmes Citavi, Mendeley and Zotero together with LaTeX.
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The visibility of your research is in your own hands. Increase your visibility in the scientific community with your profiles in databases, with researcher identifiers, or with profile services.
ORCID simplifies the management of your research work. But what happens to the data that you enter on the platform for this purpose, and how does ORCID handle it?
By now, over 14 million ORCIDs exist - but what exactly are the use cases for this identifier for researchers? In this and the following blog post, we will tell you everything you need to know about…
There are different ways to cite sources correctly. Find the right citation style for your scientific work with this article.
Researching, reading, excerpting, and finally citing sources - working with scientific literature is a central aspect in research as well as in Master's and PhD studies. Learn here how programs help…