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Análisis y redacción científica

Module by: Evaristo Rojas Mayoral. E-mail the author

Summary: Practica de laboratorio de Física I. FCM, UABC.

Sobre la mesa de trabajo encontrarás varias muestras de artículos científicos. Elije un artículo y contesta el siguiente cuestionario.

Cuestionario

  1. Is the title appropriate?
  2. Does the abstract adequately describe the content?
  3. Is the objective clear?
  4. Are the experimental design, techniques employed and equipment used clearly described?
  5. Is sufficient information presented to reproduce the experiment?
  6. Are the statistical methods and data-processing techniques used appropriate?
  7. Are the results clear, concise and relevant?
  8. Are an appropriate number of tables and figures presented?
  9. Are the arguments, inferences and interpretations presented in the discussion section valid?
  10. Are all the results addressed and discussed?
  11. Do the conclusions agree with the objective of the study and the results obtained?
  12. Do the references reflect present and past works of relevance in this area of interest?
  13. Did the authors take into account previous studies that contradict the conclusions of the article?
  14. Is the article written in a clear, concise and logical manner?
  15. Is the article well structured?
  16. Can the article be understood by other peers?
  17. Does the article represent an advance in understanding or technology?
  18. Is the length of the article justified by its relevance?

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