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Questions related to academic publications including online and traditional journals, books, and conference proceedings.

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Check the publication list of the authors of your article. If they continue to work on the topic, they will further publish article and give talks. You can do the same for authors from papers that ci …
answered Jul 3 '18 by usr1234567
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If you know the quality of the data is not good enough, state it clearly. Then it won't hurt your career. Some papers state explicitly what their contribution is. You could add this and explain that …
answered Oct 6 '18 by usr1234567
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more often. One of my first publications, it does not contain any breakthrough, is only cited from others to show that they match my results. …
answered Jan 10 by usr1234567
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If the data or comparable studies were not published from you, your former institute, collaborators, or third party, go for it. You might want to ask your someone in the field about a matching journal …
answered Apr 5 '18 by usr1234567
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My answer to all three of your questions: Don't bother too much. Often such short-term unfair situations will level out. Next year you start your PhD and write a second paper with the same co-autho …
answered Oct 29 '18 by usr1234567
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Publishing an article about software just because it was difficult to write, is usually not enough. Software does not receive the recognition as research results. And articles describing how a specifi …
answered Apr 4 '18 by usr1234567
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What I have seen is: to state in the first paragraph of a chapter / section, that this chapter / section was already published as a paper, your paper, and you properly cite it. You don't make a verb …
answered Apr 15 by usr1234567
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Applying known stuff to applications outside of your field is of much value, especially for theoretic fields like Math, Computer Science, or Physics. For such papers its less about being on par with t …
answered Jun 10 by usr1234567
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author in the study group Y at University of Z in fall 20?? and in the adjacent report My cool idea X. As both are not publicly available, this appendix contains a sketch of the basic idea. As a bonus, you can cite this appendix in future publications as well as others can do. …
answered Dec 31 '17 by usr1234567
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Your name is known as it is written on the paper. Everybody can google your name and will find your latest website within seconds. I don't think that a no longer valid email address is an issue.
answered Sep 26 '17 by usr1234567