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Writing and Publishing A Scientific Article

This guide is being written for Introduction to Data Mining course Fall 2017.

What is a Literature Review?

This video is created by the librarians at North Carolina State University Library.  

Tracking Your Resources

If you're working on a long term project, such as an article you hope to publish, you'll want to come up with a way to manage your citations.  GW Libraries provides support for Zotero and Refworks.   


These tools allow you to capture your citations, organize them into folders, and create outputs in various citation formats.  Zotero is a free resource.  Refworks is paid for by GW and is made available at no charge to GW students and alumni.  Try them out to see which one works best for you!  



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