This decision tool was developed in August-September of 2020, I polled the R3ciprocity community on YouTube on what are the primary factors for starting a PhD. This community is primarily based on PhDs, professors, and potential PhDs. (If you want to help validate any of these measures, and want to conduct experiments, let me know).
This quiz was crowd-sourced using the R3ciprocity Community on YouTube. The R3ciprocity community is primarily researchers, academics, and PhDs. The quiz is based on 184 responses. I asked the following questions, and took the 2-3 most popular items from each question (from a total of 5 each) to construct this decision tool. The questions are the following:
1. What are the social indicators that let you know a paper is ready?
2. What are some operational indicators that let you know that a paper is ready for journal submission?
3. How do you know a paper is ready for journal submission?
4. The most important features to include are:…
Remember that this metric and tool has not been validated. At this moment, it is meant for joy of learning and having fun.
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