sciNote manuscript writer new add on

Artificial Intelligence Can Generate a Draft of Your Scientific Manuscript

Do you ever get that feeling that you would like to have a magic spell to organize all your data?

And once it is organized, wouldn’t it be magnificent if there would be a software that could put together all relevant data from your projects, add some new references and present you with a manuscript draft you can build upon?

Good news.

sciNote – open source electronic lab notebook (ELN) announced the launch of sciNote Manuscript Writer.

Manuscript Writer uses artificial intelligence to prepare a draft of your scientific manuscript based on your data, saving you time and energy to prepare manuscripts to publish. And for now, it is possible to get free access to the add-on.

Basically, this just might be the add-on we’ve been dreaming of!

Klemen Zupancic, PhD, CEO of sciNote LLC said: “While the competition within the scientific community to publish articles in high-ranking journals is constantly on the rise, it is also vital that valuable research data are published, and therefore accessible, at the earliest possible time. sciNote’s ELN is already used by over 20,000 scientists to store and manage scientific data. The announcement of this new AI add-on has the potential to transform the article writing process and empower the scientists.”

To use the Manuscript Writer, you first need to create your free account in sciNote and organize your data by projects – no worries, sciNote makes the whole thing really easy and flexible. There’s a sign up form to fill out and you’re in. Free account, forever. No hidden small text.

In sciNote, data is structured by: Projects — Experiments — Tasks — Protocols. Your work starts with creating your projects on the dashboard. When you create your free account, you will also see the demo project that helps you understand how sciNote works.

Once your data is nicely organized, Manuscript Writer can do its magic and generate your draft of the scientific manuscript!

Which sections of the manuscript will be generated?

Interested?

sciNote LLC is now inviting scientists interested in the Manuscript Writer add-on to visit the website, create an account in sciNote and provide feedback, to optimize AI capability and overall user experience.

Commenting on this Zupancic said: “We encourage the global scientific community to get involved to help evaluate this cutting-edge technology and develop the software further.”

For more information, please visit: sciNote Manuscript Writer

by Tea Pavlek, MSc

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by Anthony Chambers , post on 8 November 2017 | Reply

Very interesting! Thanks for posting.