Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Scientific Writting

Christopher Gillen in "The Data suggest" to craft a scientific paper is a good way to take existing data to compare predictions within a new experiment. Once it is in place, the data is opened to interpretations and critical analysis. To make the argument point clear, it is best to depict previous studies that answer theories and hypotheses and from which new interpretations aim to respond new hypotheses. Becuase this writing hinge on data, it is crucial to describe the method used during the information collection that would help readers to grade the method. In addition, since experiments give out numerical data, the writer's job is to present those findings in a way that any reader can understand the experiment. This could be achieved by comparing and supporting information. At the end of presenting the findings, it is important to mention what this experiment means and to do so it is best to apply certain verbs that provide the level of certainty in the findings. Moreover, in science is difficult to find space to disagree with the final conclusions, but it is possible to join the chat by pointing out a particular detail that could be exam further. Although it is not easy to disagree to the overall experiment, it is much flexible to contradict the techniques used within the experiment.

During this semester one has been applying some similar steps to bring an essay together. Consider, before any writing one had to summarize the article that will support that argument that one was trying to establish which is similar to describe previous studies. Another thing is that one analyzes any reading to present an argument that can be understood by any one as scientific writing do with its numerical findings. Probably, what defers from both is the flexibility to agree or disagree because science have little room to able wide disagreement while one's assingment in this period has a vast space for disagreeing with several topics.       

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