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How to Transform Your Lab Notebook into a Manuscript
You know that one of the most critical elements to your research is your lab notebook.
It contains a valuable record of your experiments, data, and observations that you collect throughout your project.
Did you know that your notebook can also help you write your manuscript?
You can use the information in it as a foundation for many of the main sections of your manuscript: materials and methods, the introduction, and even the abstract!
Learn how to organize your notebook and how to use the information to write your manuscript in this article by our partners at AJE, “How to Turn a Lab Notebook into an Academic Manuscript.”
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