An introduction to Data Mining & its Applications in Bioinformatics

With the increasing importance of bioinformatics in agriculture, molecular medicine, microbial genome applications, etc. the research in this field has gained momentum than ever before. Bioinformatics, also known as computational biology, deals with interpreting biological data by using computer science and information technology. Of lately, research in bioinformatics has produced vast amounts of data and will continue to generate proteomic, genomic, etc. data. To analyze and gain deep insights into such biological data necessitates making sense of the information by inferring the data. For instance, gene classification, protein structure prediction, clustering of gene expression data, protein-protein interactions, etc. These processes, in turn, increases the need for interaction between bioinformatics and data mining.   read...

Spoiler Alert! Know the key secrets to outstanding oral research presentation at conferences

Writing, submitting and defending your research paper are the biggest challenges you have to overcome to accomplish your PhD degree. However, merely presenting your research in front of your peers or your internal review committee wouldn’t add much value to your academic career. To be recognised as a professional researcher and to showcase your study, you must present your paper in academic conferences or seminars. read...

Top 4 Plagiarism Removal Tools used in Academic Research

Writing a thesis without falling into the plagiarism trap is difficult, if not impossible. Sometimes, you may end up stating some information from the sources without providing the proper citations or citing them in the wrong style. While, at other times, you might be clueless that the stated idea has already been published before. Plagiarism can thus, be intentional as well as unintentional. Why plagiarism matter? read...

Handling the Last Quality Check For Your assignment- Proofreading!

Last assignment submission got rejected due to badly reviewed content? If yes, then you need to check if you have missed out on proofreading or have not got it done by the expert. Lack of proofreading causes loss of intended meaning of the content – be it an essay, a research paper, a dissertation or an assignment. Nowadays, there is software available for various services such as spell check, grammar check, etc. When it comes to proofreading, software exist and they do function, but they are not full-proof. Human intervention becomes necessary for giving best at proofreading. Proofreading includes correction with respect to spelling, grammar, typing errors, abbreviations, formatting of text, use of tenses, use of excess words, structuring of sentences, etc. In addition to this, any point missed out in the research paper, can be added and edited. After all mentioned corrections, your work is flawless and presents an excellent picture of your research conducted. read...

Pitfalls to Beware of While Doing Discourse Analysis

Discourse analysis is majorly used in social sciences research where the analysis of interactions and texts is required. This analytical method is used to describe and interpret the statements of subjects on a specific social issue or to analyse and critique the text. However, discourse analysis brings about some pitfalls with it, which researchers and scholars should beware of. Following are a few cautions to be taken while doing discourse analysis: read...

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