SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE Researchers convey the results of their exploration

SCIENTIFIC
LITERATURE

 

Researchers convey the
results of their exploration to other researchersfundamentally through the scientific
literature,Scientific Literature is a publication that provided us details
regarding Natural & Social Science in any field. Usually Scientific
literature publishing is the process of contributing the result of One`s
research to get to know about that anything to find or explore that why certain
thing happens in Natural or Social Science.

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Question why we need to know about the thing that is happening
or to acquire about the society and how can things get better throughresearchthat
makes a change in society.

 

Scientific
Literature Classification

Scientific Literature can be classified into
different categories

1-     
Primary

2-     
Secondary

3-     
Tertiary

4-     
Grey literature

 

1.     
Primary
Literature:

 

 In this the research is carried out personally
by an individual researcher or as collaboration by a group of researchers,
which is published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.

It can be further classified into 2 more categories.

I-                  
Formal Communication                                         II- Informal Communication

 

I-             
Formal Communication

i)                   
Conference Proceeding: Conference proceeding papers is usually
presented inNational &International conference. In much conference the
presented papers published eventually in a Proceedings volume.

ii)                 
Dissertation & Thesis: Usually a final project or research in
masters& Doctorate work are called Thesis & Dissertations

iii)               
Review
Paper: Is interested in giving an
output of research that is happening in Natural & Social science.

iv)               
Technical Report:Technical reports are designed to providequick
and recent finding in scientificresearch. Report that has produced is not often
peerreviewed but can be an important part of scientific research.

v)                 
Extended Abstract: It is usually an extended abstract of
more than 1 page which gives more details of research.

vi)               
Mono scripts: In mono scripts publisher ask you to publish your thesis in
the form of Books. Which has been reviewed and approved

vii)             
Short Communication: Is form of Rapid communication, which
provide something exciting, kind of breakthrough.

viii)           
Patents: It`s a legal ethical approach and
which can`t be

ix)               
Journal
PaperIn this these are
written in the format specified by the journal to which it is submitted for
publication

 

 

II-                
Informal Communication

Social MediaInformation that has been
provided over social media isconsidered to be informal communication, Email,Correspondence,Conference
and Presentation these are the informal communication

 

 

 

2.     
Secondary
Literature

Secondary literature is the form of
published materials that interpret, evaluate, or evaluate the evidence derived
from primary source.
It consists of publications that rely on primary sources for information. In   secondary literature, there is no
requirement for the researchers to have done the work themselves, so it is
easily available and inexpensive. Researchfor secondary publications would
normally have worked and published primary literature in the area they are
writing about.

It
this literature includes review journals, monographic books and textbooks, handbooks
and manual,newsletters,and
Internet

 

3. Tertiary Literature

 

It compiles the published works
that are based on primary or secondary sources and. Its aim to provide a broad overview of a topic, or data,
already proven facts, and definitions, often presented in anappropriateform. Theyprovide no
latest information.   

It includes science magazines,
newsletters, science articles in newspapers, introductory textbooks,
encyclopedias.fact books, guides,
handbooksand computer databases.

 

4. Grey Literature

   In
this research that is either unpublished or published that has been for
noncommercial form or circulated in a typical way and which so may be
problematic to obtain.

  It includes the   thesis
and dissertations, technical reports with a limited distribution, journals
published by special interest groups that have a limited distribution,
abstracts of conference papers, some types of Government documents, , and  online documents.

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