Manuscript Writer is SciNote's add-on, paired with AI technology. Based on the structure SciNote provides you to organize your data and Manuscript Writer generates a draft of your scientific manuscript.
The generated draft will include the introduction section with references – based on the DOI numbers of open access references and keywords of your choice.
Here is an example of how a draft would be generated:
First, you would need to enter up to 20 DOI numbers of open access references:
In the next step add up to 10 relevant keywords:
- Ralstonia solanacearum
- pathogenicity test
- mushroom protein
- higher fungi
- L-amino-acid oxidase
- Clitocybe geotropa
Finally, you would need to select a required project from a drop-down menu. In our case, this was a project called Mushroom inhibitors and its belonging experiments.
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Materials and methods section will be generated based on your project and experiments’ data in SciNote (see the image below). The results section will contain your saved results.
The discussion section is not included in the draft as it is the section that requires your unique understanding of the specific subject at hand and experience to draw scientific conclusions. SciNote Manuscript Writer can gather existing data and prepare a valid draft, but it cannot draw new ideas, hypotheses or conclusions out of it.
It will take from 1 - 24 hours for the draft to be generated and sent to your inbox.
Please note that the aim of the draft is to give you a head start and in no way represents the final version ready for submission.