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Mathematics & Statistics and Applied Probability: Scientific Communication & Presentation

Resource on Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Probability

Academic Writing, Presentation & Citing

You can refer to the following websites for useful information about academic report writing:

Below are some library resources about report writing in the sciences, ranging from science dissertations to scientific research articles.

The following online resources will provide useful tips on delivering successful presentations:

The following library resources will be useful on learning how to communicate and present effectively as a scientist.

Bibliographic software can help you to manage, organise and cite your reference sources during research. NUS Libraries offers a LibGuide on how to install and use EndNote, a bibliographic software subscribed by NUS.

For research purposes, it is also good to be aware of other bibliographic software in the market, such as Mendeley, Zotero and JabRef.

Below are some library and online resources about citing your research sources and bibliographic software for further research:

The following library resources can be referred to for citation style guides during your research.

For more information about citation styles, you can visit the following LibGuide:

Below are some library resources about LaTeX, a typesetting system with special features that are designed for the production of technical and scientific documentation. LaTeX is available as a free software at http://www.latex-project.org/

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