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Year : 2012  |  Volume : 2  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 3-5

Accuracy in the technical aspects of an article contributes to improving retrieval

QMed Knowledge Foundation, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Vasumathi Sriganesh
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Good research is the crux of an article. A well written article with good scientific content and good reporting makes it reach out to a large audience. The technical aspects of an article, however, are as important, and more so in today's world of electronic publications and databases. It is interesting that good articles may actually not be retrieved by the very audience that may need them, because some technical aspect was either not accurate or not given the attention to detail that was warranted. It is getting increasingly important for authors and editors to learn more about the technical aspects of an article to ensure that 'every article has its reader'. This article aims to address these issues. It explains some of the common technical elements, the importance of accuracy and the right choices of terms, not only to ensure that they conform to prescribed publishing standards, but also for better retrieval through electronic bibliographical databases.

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