sciNote Manuscript Writer can generate a manuscript draft based on the scope and complexity of the data you have in sciNote in combination with the open access references and corresponding keywords you provide. We will make sure to continuously improve the add-on to best fit your needs.
- Introduction and references– if the introduction and references sections are empty, please check whether the DOI numbers you entered are assigned to open access references. It can only include the references that are publicly available, and therefore cannot include the ones you personally might have access to. sciNote Manuscript Writer will use the open access references whose DOI numbers you entered and also look for similar, relevant additional references in the open access databases. Please note that the quality and scope of the introduction section generated by sciNote Manuscript Writer will, for the time being, depend on the amount of available open access articles, which may vary based on your research field.
- Materials and methods – if the materials and methods section is empty, please check whether you have any data saved within the project and experiment(s) you selected to be used for creating the manuscript. Experiments you want to add to the manuscript should contain one or more tasks. It would be the best if your tasks would contain content such as: protocol steps with text, images, tables etc.
- Results – if the results section is empty, please check whether you have your results saved in the results tab in sciNote. Every task you create in sciNote allows you to save your results under the Results tab. Based on your saved data, Manuscript Writer can generate the results section.
When you open a task, you will see that different tabs appear at the top right. One of them is the results tab: