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Let's put together the ultimate guide on how best to perform secondary research

Let's put together the ultimate guide on how best to perform secondary research

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By Darko Savic on Jul 30, 2020

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Know your audience and respect their time

by Darko Savic on Jul 30, 2020

Understand your goal and the research topic

by Darko Savic on Jul 30, 2020

Research keywords

by Darko Savic on Jul 30, 2020

Gather information

by Dragan Otasevic on Jul 30, 2020

Dragan Otasevic 2 months ago

Some information sources to explore: libgen.is, iris.ai, researchgate.net, academia.edu, zenodo.org, scholar.google.com, wikipedia.org, Medscape.com, pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov, scielo.org, bioRxiv.org, sci-hub.se. For books: b-ok.org, libgen.is...

Precision and clarity

by Darko Savic on Jul 30, 2020

Formatting and presentation

by Darko Savic on Jul 30, 2020

References and citation styles

by Dragan Otasevic on Jul 30, 2020

Distinguishing between science and pseudo-science

by Darko Savic on Jul 30, 2020

Summarize, summarize, summarize

by Darko Savic on Jul 30, 2020

Ensuring credibility of information

by Shariq Anis on Aug 23, 2020

Tips for beginners

by Ana Anzorena on Aug 25, 2020

Dealing with a huge amount of information

by Antonio Carusillo on Aug 31, 2020

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Darko Savic 2 months ago

this guide needs a good section on cognitive biases and logical fallacies. The cognitive biases part can be a summary of this article https://medium.com/better-humans/cognitive-bias-cheat-sheet-55a472476b18...