How to Read and Understand a Scientific Paper. Creators: Mentor Chains Leads - Erin, Annie, Alex, Isha, Yves, and Goral

DISCLAIMER: The sections you read and parts of a paper you focus on might change depending on why you’re reading a paper. If you’re reading a paper whose novel method you want to implement, you may spend more time examining the methods section. If you want to learn about a new topic, you might focus more on the introduction and discussion. If you’re reading a paper to compare results and implications, learn about new discoveries in the field, or get a holistic understanding, using the guidelines below will be helpful!

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