SciNote Can Write a Draft of Your Scientific Manuscript Using Artificial Intelligence

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Do you ever get that feeling that you would like to have a magic spell to organize all your data?

And once it is organized, wouldn’t it be magnificent if there would be a software that could put together all relevant data from your projects, add some new references and present you with a manuscript draft you can build upon?

This is where sciNote Manuscript Writer add-on comes in. It uses artificial intelligence to prepare a draft of your scientific manuscript based on your data, saving you time and energy to prepare manuscripts to publish.

Basically, this just might be the add-on we’ve been dreaming of!

How does it work?

It all starts with being organized.

Yes, this probably felt like a sting right now, like mentioning the elephant in the room, but frankly, sciNote can make the whole thing easy.

If you are already using sciNote, thank you — we’re happy you’re on board! — feel free to scroll a bit down to the This is where the magic happens part.

So, how can sciNote help you organize your data?

It is a piece of cake.

Not a cookie… a cake.

Organization takes a bit of effort.

Creating a free account in sciNote is simple. Just fill out the sign up form and you’re in. Free account, forever. No hidden small text.

In sciNote, data is structured by: Projects — Experiments — Tasks — Protocols

Your work starts with creating your projects on the Team projects screen

Adding new projects in SciNote

Within each project, you can create different experiments.

create new experiment in SciNote

You can define each experiment with the series of tasks. Tasks are parts of your experiment that contain data. You can arrange your tasks in flexible workflows.

Arrange tasks in flexible workflows

Within each task, you can write notes, add text, checklists, pictures, tables and upload different types of files. Tasks can be used to define each step of a protocol in great detail, what needs to be done and how (picture below). That is basically all you need to know to start.

Add tasks and checklists to your notes

This is where the magic happens

Once your data is nicely organized in sciNote, Manuscript Writer can do its job!

Based on the data you have in sciNote, it will generate a draft of your manuscript.

Create a manuscript with SciNote


Based on the data you have in SciNote, it will generate a draft of your manuscript  containing several versions of the Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and References. All you have to do is to follow these three easy steps:

  1. Add DOI numbers of open access articles available in PubMed Central.
  2. Add relevant keywords.
  3. Chose a project and select one or more experiments you want to include in the manuscript (as Materials & Methods and Results part of the draft).

How to create a manuscript

Interested? Get free access!

Read more about sciNote Manuscript Writer here.

By Tea Pavlek, MSc