Tag Archives: Google Docs

Tinkering with Paperpile

In a previous post I wrote about how Google Docs (and the Research plugin) can be used for writing journal articles.  There were two shortcomings to this approach: Google Docs doesn’t support end notes (only footnotes) The Research plugin supports … Continue reading

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Tinkering with OntoMaton

One of the primary challenges in open science is making the experiment data behind a paper easily accessible in a universally acceptable format.  A number of solutions have sprung up over the years to address parts of this problem; however, … Continue reading

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Writing Research Papers, Presentations and Blogs With Google Docs

The advent of cloud-based office suites like Google Docs, have changed the collaborative process of research writing.  Google Docs allows you and your collaborators to work on the same document at the same time.  No more sending versions of a … Continue reading

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Pancreatic Cancer: Are We Making Any Progress?

After my recent post on the current state of pancreatic cancer research, a reader got me wondering if we are indeed making any measureable progress towards understanding and treating pancreatic cancer. My first thought was that a simple year-by-year count … Continue reading

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