Guidelines for Summarizing a Literature Study
For adding a new page summarizing the results of a published paper, please try to following these guidelines:
- describe outcomes of a paper using a standardized format by usinig the template below
- assess and describe the outcomes as objective and unbiased as possible
The original authors are highly-welcome to add their own comments or discuss. The goal is achieving a consensus within the scientific community.
For creating a new page for "Literature Results", paste the following code into the editor and remove the whitespace in "__ NUMBEREDHEADINGS__":
__ NUMBEREDHEADINGS__ === Citation === Authors, title, year, journal, volume, pages etc in any possible citation style. [https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0074335: Permanent link to the paper] === Summary === Briefly describe the scope of the paper, i.e. the field of research and/or application. === Study outcomes === List the paper results concerning method comparison and benchmarking: ==== Outcome O1 ==== The performance of ... Outcome O1 is presented as Figure X in the original publication. ==== Outcome O2 ==== ... Outcome O2 is presented as Figure X in the original publication. ==== Outcome On ==== ... Outcome On is presented as Figure X in the original publication. ==== Further outcomes ==== If intended, you can add further outcomes here. === Study design and evidence level === ==== General aspects ==== You can describe general design aspects here. The study designs for describing specific outcomes are listed in the following subsections: ==== Design for Outcome O1 ==== * The outcome was generated for ... * Configuration parameters were chosen ... * ... ==== Design for Outcome O2 ==== * The outcome was generated for ... * Configuration parameters were chosen ... * ... ... ==== Design for Outcome O ==== * The outcome was generated for ... * Configuration parameters were chosen ... * ... === Further comments and aspects === === References === The list of cited or related literature is placed here.