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Abstract:
High quality graphics is fast becoming an indispensable element of any scientific publication. Many high-impact-factor scientific journals require not only decent plots but also sophisticated graphics so as to facilitate the understanding of presented methods. Keeping up with what's new and interesting in graphics processing is important - methods, tips and tricks shared frequently on KEEP CALM and PUBLISH PAPERS can impact the quality of your publications.

KEEP CALM and PUBLISH PAPERS – a new video blog with graphic tutorials to scientific publishing

Caparica, Portugal | Posted on April 7th, 2014

This video blog is intended for students and scientists who want to enrich their knowledge concerning preparing images for uploading to scientific journals as well as for conference talks and posters. Whether you're looking for best practices on graphics preparation or how to perform measurements using graphical methods in a field of Nanotechnology and Nanoscience, this blog will prove invaluable. To keep up with the highest quality content concerning graphics processing, there are a number of video tutorials you should be watching.

Subscribe to KEEP CALM and PUBLISH PAPERS YouTUBE channel that includes a number of graphical video tutorials to scientific publishing.

Leave your feedback and suggestions for future tutorials.

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Contacts:
Pawel Jerzy Wojcik, Ph.D.
Departamento de Ciencia dos Materiais
CENIMAT, Centro de Investigaçao de Materiais
Faculdade de Ciencias e Tecnologia - Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Campus de Caparica
2829-516 Caparica
PORTUGAL Tel. (+351) 21 294 8562
Fax. (+351) 21 294 8558
Ext: 11606
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