CephBirk
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Search for authors on Google Scholar by their field of study and country
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You can search multiple keywords with something like this: label:robotics + label:machine_learning in the author search. Narrowing by country can be trickier. You can potentially narrow by the email ...

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Does having external funding raise your chances of getting accepted ? ( Masters )
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It may depend upon what field you are in, but in biology in the USA most universities I know would be much more interested in a student if they brought their own funding!

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When reading papers, what's the most convenient way to check a citation without disrupting the reading process?
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If using Preview on MacOS, you can use Command + [ to go back.

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Including unpublished manuscript with CV?
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As others have said, it depends on the culture of the discipline you are in. I also think it is important where you are in your career. If you are an undergraduate, for example, with a manuscript on ...

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Hours worked in research vs teaching professorships
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3 votes

Looks like Jacobs and Winslow (2004) address this issue. "the average workweek for full-time faculty exceeds fifty hours. These long workweeks are characteristic of all groups of faculty, ...

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How has the application review process for NSF graduate fellowships changed?
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I believe they strongly encourage you to fill all 5 slots so that you don't get stuck in the situation where one of your 3 references fails to submit your letter by the deadline. If only 2 letters are ...

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Submit my R-package to CRAN or Bioconductor?
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There's a lot of questions here and I'll try to address them. Full disclosure: I'm experienced with CRAN but not with developing on Bioconductor. Where you should submit depends on a variety of ...

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What are some tools to effectively synthesize information from research?
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You mention not wanting to "compile everything under the sun in a Microsoft Word or type everything in Latex", but I think doing something similar to this may be helpful. Here's what I have started ...

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