Mind The Graph Scientific Blog is meant to help scientists learn how to communicate science in an uncomplicated way.
It’s time to learn the distinction between a graphical abstract and an infographic, as well as how to apply both.
The pandemic forced many people reevaluate their careers and lifestyles. In this article we will explore how academics have been affected.
Check out this article to learn about the basics of journal indexing, why it is so important, and which databases to use.
In this case, the author used Mind the Graph to compile figures from different sources in just one place.
This article will discuss the prognostic cancer driver related to pathobiology and ultraviolet exposure along with the author’s insights.
This amazing article brings out statistics summarizing data in XTALKDB with an infographic explaining the distribution of the species in XTALKDB.
Learn why you need funding for research, what types are available, where to look for them, and how to apply.
It could be a little difficult to explain the crotoxin’s anti-inflammatory modulation without the proper images, but that’s why Mind the Graph exists!
This article teaches how to write a manuscript for a research paper and recommended practices to produce a well-written manuscript.
The Disabled spheroid and organoid formation by FGFR-inhibition in patient-derived CRC cells is much easier to understand using Mind the Graph’s illustrations.
In this article, you will learn what is open science, its importance, and how it contributes to the development of research.
X-ray microtomography has emerged as a new method for deciphering the cytoarchitecture and connectivity of the brain, and here we present a method for imaging whole neurons.
Let’s take a look at what a sigmoid pattern or function is and all the different stages of them in this article.