2 edition of Primary scientific publication found in the catalog.
Primary scientific publication
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Ad-Hoc Sub-Committee on Methods of Primary Scientific Publication.
|Series||ED 061 953|
|Contributions||International Council of Scientific Unions.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||105|
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Secondary scientific literature is generally contained in works such as books, chapters or review articles. Primary scientific papers may be difficult to read if the general subject is not well understood. Reading secondary resources first may help to place the research in context. They are sometimes referred to as literature : Gabrielle Carr.
Primary and Secondary Sources for Science In the Sciences, primary sources are documents that provide full description of the original research.
For example, a primary source would be a journal article where scientists describe their research on the human immune system. Primacy publications are source documents such as journal articles and press releases.
Secondary publications are summaries and syntheses of primary publications. Examples of secondary publications include practice guidelines, review articles, and meta-analyses. Tertiary publications are printed textbooks and online hypertexts. Most scientific books Primary scientific publication book be considered ‘primary research’.
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