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Mathilde Panes

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IntroductionIn this article I will demonstrate the utility of collaborative writing tools. First, I will describe various collaborative experiences, notably in learning \cite{Chandra_2017}. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam efficitur vehicula justo sit amet porta. Phasellus nec neque id urna venenatis eleifend. Vivamus blandit justo enim, quis dignissim tellus maximus in. Proin ullamcorper massa odio, id porta nunc egestas et. Fusce suscipit mi eleifend purus semper, ut volutpat lacus aliquam. Nulla ut odio nisi. Donec vestibulum mi tincidunt dictum pulvinar. Donec magna odio, dapibus in lacinia vitae, scelerisque eget erat. Integer aliquet tempor lectus, eget laoreet lectus facilisis eget. Mauris non lectus a lacus ornare commodo. Sed cursus mi libero, sit amet dictum purus venenatis eu. Cras bibendum convallis lectus in venenatis. Aenean maximus enim turpis, eget mollis arcu laoreet vel. Duis vitae mauris convallis, maximus mi quis, luctus dui. Nulla in nunc tempor, posuere ex in, eleifend velit. Phasellus vel purus justo. Nulla sed porttitor odio, et tempus diam. Morbi nisl metus, ultrices in interdum in, tincidunt nec purus. Ut a nisl purus. Aenean at ullamcorper turpis. Nam hendrerit sodales lacus nec feugiat. Duis nec mollis est, quis finibus nisi. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. \cite{daccueil}\cite{farid_higher-order_2003}\cite{lee_6_nodate}. \cite{meteoswiss_measurement_nodate}\cite{meteoswiss_measurement_nodate}

Caroline Salamin

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ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT AUTHORS. Caroline Salamin, Noémi Cobolet, Pascale Bouton, Raphaël Grolimund, Mathilde Panes (Bibliothèque de l’EPFL) DOCUMENT TYPE. This document is not a scientific paper, but the course notes of a seminar for PhD students provided by the EPFL Library. This seminar is module 2. VERSION. This is v1.0.8 of the document, updated on May 15, 2018. The latest version of this document is available at COPYRIGHT. CC BY-NC-SA Bibliothèque de l’EPFL | This document is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 License. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL. Two appendices are handed out at the end of the session: a general appendix ( containing examples and answers; and an appendix specific to the session, created by the participants. The session-specific appendices are not published online. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. The authors would like to thank Vijay Kartik who accepted to take part in the seminar as guest speaker and enrich it with his experience as former PhD students at EPFL. His presentation is available here. The authors also want to thank Vijay Kartik for fixing some minor errors in this document. ABSTRACT. This document is tailored for PhD Students interested in facilitating their writing process. We look at the strategies to improve the findability of your papers by taking advantage of the mechanisms provided by major scientific databases. We then show how to avoid pitfalls of collaborative writing (authorship, versioning and collaborative tools). We finally explain how to properly reuse other works in your publications. The in-class session also includes practical exercises in Authorea.