In their book “Scientific Writing: Easy When You Know How” introduces in simple steps and in a memorable way how to achieve better writing in connection with scientific and research papers.
In the introduction the book introduces shortly the IMRaD (Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion) structure where a paper present writing in structured way to inform the audience.
- Introduction that puts research subject in context
- Method about how the works was done in order to reproduce the findings
The audience for scientific paper is to present result and discussions on scientific works and research therefore the book suggest in order to present those ideas in a structured and clear language it is preferable to use short words and short paragraphs,always prefer the simple to the complex.
Peat J, Elliot E, Baur L, Keena V (2002), “Scientific Writing: Easy When You Know How“, BMJ Publishing
Covey S R (2004), “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People“, Free Press