writing a review article
There are a few things that need to be kept in mind while drafting review articles. In this infographic, we look at a list of tips to help researchers draft highly resourceful scientific review articles.
Literature review plays a critical part in any research study. It helps researchers narrow the knowledge in a given field of study. In addition, it allows researchers to identify and examine the latest research along with its strengths and weaknesses. A review article, therefore, is not only beneficial to those who are starting out their research project, but also to those who wish to stay updated on the latest findings.
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