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The attitude that grants freedom of expression and activity to another individual, but not necessarily with sanction or approval.
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Dear all,
I am writing my master's thesis in biochemistry, I want to be sure about the citation in the discussion section.
Is it permissible to cite a review article or book chapter to discuss my results' similarities and dissimilarities?
Also, could you please help me with any resources to write the discussion section correctly?
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The guidance as per the following sources may further help, namely: Things to avoid in Discussion (Bagga, 2016, p. 904); How to Write the Discussion (Day and Gastel, 2016, pp. 75-78); The Discussion Section (Cargill and O'Connor, 2009, pp. 55-60); etc.
  • Annesley, T. M. (2010) The discussion section: your closing argument, Clinical Chemistry, 56, 11, pp. 1671-1674.
  • Bagga, A. (2016) Discussion: the heart of the paper, Indian pediatrics, 53, 10, pp. 901-904.
  • Bavdekar, S. B. (2015) Writing the discussion section: Describing the significance of the study findings, Journal of the Association of Physicians of India, 63, 11, pp. 40-42.
  • Cargill, M. and O'Connor, P. (2009) Writing Scientific Research Articles: Strategy and Steps. West Sussex, UK Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Day, R. A. and Gastel, B. (2016) How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper. Eighth edn. California: Greenwood.
  • Foote, M. (2009) The proof of the pudding: how to report results and write a good discussion, Chest, 135, 3, pp. 866-868.
  • Perneger, T. V. and Hudelson, P. M. (2004) Editorial - Writing a research article: advice to beginners, International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 16, 3, pp. 191-192.
  • Porcino, A. and Moraska, A. (2015) Avoiding common writing mistakes that make your editors and reviewers cringe, International journal of therapeutic massage and bodywork, 8, 4, pp. 1-3.
  • Van Damme, H. (2006) Editorial: Tips to improve the Discussion section in a scientific paper, Acta Chirurgica Belgica, 106, 5, pp. 479.
  • What is the difference between results, discussion, and conclusions in writing a research paper?: https://www.researchgate.net/post/What-is-the-difference-between-results-discussion-and-conclusions-in-writing-a-research-paper/8
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To clarify -
is it possible to have different approaches to multi-stage mixed method research design depending on the research questions - both in terms of number of stages as well as type of research in each stage?
Like for Research Problem A I have quali-quanti-quali, for RP B I have quali-quanti-quanti-quali and so on?
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Possible. Likely? For a large study or a team, the sky's the limit. Integration is what matters. How each part informs the next stage and contributes to the end result is your major concern. Simple is often better, but one must be concerned with replicability and/or reproducibility.
Yes, there is no one way. As long as you answer research question and have the time and money.
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I am the faculty / project advisor for two students seeking to explore the use of mild stretching and deep breathing exercises on the mood of nursing staff before starting their shift and at shift end. They have identified the PANAS questionnaire to assess this affect (pre/post intervention). Do we need to request permission to use the tool - since it was in the public domain?
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Ethically yes
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I tried contacting the authors, Rhonda W. Christensen and Gerald A. Knezek by email, but I haven't heard back from them yet.
Does anyone know if this questionnaire can be used openly?
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Tool is designed by someone, then u have to take permission
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I would like to use the Avolio and Bass the Full Range Leadership Model image in Bing. Does anyone know how I can get it?
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Dear Alma Cox,
Some crucial practices for Agile Organization may fit your search in leaderahip. You can go to hbr.or and its 2017 published product may be useful, I think so.
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Does the "Body Image Questionnaire" needs permission for further research?
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does that mean you did without permission?@Luis Rajo Moreno
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What is permissible limit of COD, Fecal and total coliform in in surface or river water according to BIS/WHO standard?
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Surface and river water quality can change rapidly, so reliable sampling and reliance on results difficult for drinking without reliable treatment. Water contact sports like swimming or other desired uses as irrigation may also have some limits. Knowledge of pollution sources, land uses, etc. can be helpful. Non point pollution sources likely in periods of storm runoff. Limits of indicators like fecal and total coliform do not guarantee quality, and there are other potential drinking health hazards like Guardia and Cryptosporidium that could be present.
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Does anyone know why I and S values of heavy metlas for evaluation of HPI & HEI are different in various sources? is it depent on we use USEPA or WHO?
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According to WHO the maximum permissible limits of heavy metals in soil and plants are as follows
Nickel- plants 10mg/kg
Water 0.2mg/l
Chromium- plants 1.30 mg/kg
Water 0.1 mg/l
Cadmium - plants 0.02mg/kg
Water 0.01 mg/l
Copper- plants 10mg/kg
Water 2mg/l
Lead- plants 2mg/kg
Water 0.05 mg/l
Iron- plants 20 mg/kg
Water 1 mg/l
Zinc- plants 50 mg/kg
Water 5mg/l
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Guide or steps to follow when Reuse the existing survey questionnaire for research project with permission or open access.
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Questionnaires are subject to copyright. This also applies if they are publicly available. So you need permission from the authors to use them, unless they have given general permission to reuse them.
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I know that the main text of a published work comes under copyright, but not sure about the supporting data. Please, share your thought, comment, or any such experience on (re)using the supporting data of a published work.
Thanks
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If the supporting data is published online on the journal website, getting permission from the concerned journal team is safer. The supporting data are sometimes used to clarify the reviewer's comments. In such a case and not published by the journal online, there should not be any problem using the data. I see that the copy-right term varies with journals; it is always better to look at it to avoid conflicts after the publication.
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I need the new data of Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ)/ Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) or other regulations.Thanks.
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Also, kindly check the following link that may be useful:
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While adapting/adopting the questionnaire, should we:
1. Need to have written permission from the owner or giving proper citation in methodology is enough?
2. If a questionnaire is available to be used publicly, and we need to change the rubrics e.g. from a four point Likert to 5 point Likert scale? How should we go about it? Do we still need to have permissions?
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Both written permission and proper citation is required.
In case of any and every change in questionnaire will need permission/re-premission.
I hope I am clear
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Copyright permission..
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Prof. Biswajit Gayen: I have another perspective that is different than the other perspectives of the respected colleagues. After the paper is published, it is owned by the journal! So, you should email the journal.
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I am writing a review article and I want to take figures from my published article. Is it necessary that I have to take permission for my articles as well?
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Prof. Jaydip Bhaliya: Of course yes. Otherwise, you will be accused of plagiarism.
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Hi all,
I am posting our paper on medrxiv. I have never come across Distribution/Reuse Options to choose from and those look copyright-related. It reads:
  • © No reuse/adaptation without permission
  • CC-BY-NC-ND
  • CC-BY-ND
  • CC-BY-NC
  • CC-BY
  • CC0 (US gov or non-Gov)
What copyright options do you use for preprint servers? Any precautions?
Thanks.
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One of my friends was accused of plagiarism; do you know why?
After about three months, his research paper was rejected because of plagiarism. When he checked the journal report, he found that his paper was accused of plagiarism with a 61% percentage. The reason is that his manuscript was previously uploaded as a preprint. It took him another two months to solve the problem and remove the manuscript from the database of the preprint.
So, in order to solve this type of issue, it may take several months of following up to remove the manuscript from the database of the preprint. Anyhow, If there were accusations of plagiarism, it is not well for any researcher's reputation, in any meaning.
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Recently, I have been contacted by Eliva Press, a publishing house, asking for a permission to publish a book based on your research papers. Do you have got though this experience? any suggestions or advice?
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And it is contrary to the opinion of Islamic jurisprudence, which took the permissibility of establishing pre-emption in real estate and movables?
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I was not aware that preemption could relate to moveable property. This would make no sense to me. Preemption relates to special circumstances only found in "real property" or immovable property. The special circumstances are features of proximity. So, it might relate to an owner of contiguous property, or to an access road, or even to an owner of a share of a property. Now, as to why a sale must occur. This is the way that the terms of the sale would be revealed. Without an actual sale, there would be no guidance as to what the preemptive purchaser should pay.
Preemption does not exist in USA law. However, similar rights emerge by prescription and necessity. Prescription relates to the actual use of another's property and necessity relates to access to a road or possibly a river (if travel by waterway is the only way to travel). So, again, proximity is the central issue.
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I have communicated my research article on some target, and the reviewers have suggest to incorporate a figure in the main text from my previous research article. Can we incorporate the figure in the new manuscript from previously published paper by getting permission? My manuscript is not a review article. Please answer.
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Thanks Sherman E. Peek
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What are the ethical consideration if I want to do an update on a previous meta-analysis?
I see some good topics that hasn't been worked in past 5-6 years, can I just do an update of meta-analysis based on/follow up someone previous work?
My questions are these:
1- Do I need to get permission from him?
2- How should I declare that it is an update meta-analysis based on someone else work?
3- Since majority of Method will be same, how can I avoid plagiarism?
4- If for example, someone has done a meta-analysis since Jan 2015, I want to search for Jan 2015 to this day, I just use his data extraction table for previous data extraction?
Thank you all for your helps.
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The reading describes how to update and what to consider, which may be helpful. Good luck.
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Kindly, professors..
Is it permissible to write the researcher’s opinion in the discussion part of the quantitative research results..
Please participate in the response, mentioning the scientific certificate obtained and the place of work in any educational institution.
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Thank you Burhan Hadi for the excellent question and experts for the good answers.
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someone asked me, is there any research done prove that halal products are more healthier than non-halal products.
in our religion, we eat only halal products and it is not permissible for us to eat pork meat or any pork containing products.
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I used to write the article about halal cosmetics in Malaysia, but I also read about halal food as well...Most of my halal food references came from https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mohd-Md-Ariffin
I suggest you read all his written articles to answer your questions above.
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My article has been published in an open access journal (available under the Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND license). I want to reuse an image of this article in another publication. Do I need permission to reuse my own content in another subscription model journal?
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Yes, but prior permission of the publisher of the journal has to be taken who provide the exact terminology of the caption for reusing the original figures. They provide a link to request permission for reusing a figure in the recent publication (for reusing earlier publication results). One has to acknowledge the journal in which the first publication of the figure has appeared. Generally, you have the right to reuse your original figures being author of the previous work. The journal’s web-site allows us to generate an authorization form which should be passed on to the publisher of the recent study.
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And how do we ask for permission to use models in our own publications?
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Which models do you mean?
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I am modelling a magnetic data and I observed some error that is as high as 45% at a point that the model correlates well with the surface geology in the area.
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Magnetic and Gravity are potential methods their modeling and possible subsequent interpretations are solutions of an inverse problem that theoretically admits an infinty of mathematically valide solutions, adding more sources of data from other methods and/or calibrating the interpretaion by boreholes If reasonably generalized helps bringing the interpretation closer to the one physical solution representing an acceptable realistic structure (although not always). The statistical percentage of error as an output of any program is a tool that may be misleading and does not always have a real significance.
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It is available for free on the internet. However, I need explicit permission before i can use it as a tool for my thesis. Any help will be appreciated. Thank You!
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Hi.. were you able to reach the authors ? I am also planning to use it in my thesis. Pls let me know how you contacted them?
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I am writing a review paper. In my paper, can I use figures from "open access" journals/articles etc provided I cite them properly? (i.e. without have to go for requesting permission for using). Also, is there any way to obtain permission to use already published figures without incurring cost?
Thank you in advance for your answer.
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There are lots of confusing answers above, some incorrect, some incomplete.
1. If a paper (or anything) is published under a Creative Commons license, ANYONE can freely use the material as long as the terms of the license are followed. For example CC-BY-NC-ND allows noncommercial use of the material without changes as long as the source and original authors are fully acknowledged.
CC-BY allows any use, including commercial, of the source material in original or modified form as long as the source and original authors are fully acknowledged and cited, and any modifications clearly explained.
You do not need any special permission for this:
2. If material (eg a figure) is copyright-protected, you need permission from the copyright holder (usually the publisher, not the authors). Permission is easy to get! To obtain this, you click the "Rights and permissions" link at the published article and the rest is self-explanatory. As long as it is a moderate amount of material, it does not cost anything.
Please note that in either of the two cases 1 or 2 above, you do not have to ask the authors' permission - unless this is required by the copyright holder (the publisher) in case 2.
3. If you modify a copyright-protected figure or redraw it from an original does not matter, copyright still applies and you still need permission.
4. In all cases you must of course fully reference the source and state that you have permission. The figure caption should read "From Ref. X. (c) Elsevier [for example], used with permission" or "From Ref. X, used under Creative Commons CC-BY license."
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Is it possible to make a comparison between groups of drugs in a research without using a control group.. Is it permissible to create a research in this way?
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Following up on what Medhat Elsahookie said, I think it depends on the state of knowledge in your field. In particular, if you have current "gold standard" for other treatment that is known to be effective, then a comparison to that would be preferable to a "no treatment" control group.
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Dear Colleagues,
Is it necessary to get permission for reuse of figures that are published in "open access journals"?
Best regards,
Parisa
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You are most welcome dear
Wish you the best always.
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Hello,
I would like to use the Academic Stress Scale (Rao & Pallipadu, 2014) but could not find the authors' contact information or their institution. Does anyone know how to reach out to them?
Thank you so much.
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A fake journal has published a part of my manuscript without any mail communication and my affiliation is wrong. They have not retracted the article in spite of my repeated mails. Kindly advise if there is a way to report such behaviour or retract the article.
Best regards,
Safia
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I presume that you mean ‘your’ paper in the journal “Research & Reviews: Journal of Educational Studies” Indeed, the publisher behind this is mentioned as “Research & Reviews” in the Beall’s list (https://beallslist.net ). This is a red flag, but there are more:
-Their indexing info (https://www.rroij.com/indexing-educational-studies.php ) mentions Cosmos Impact Factor (https://beallslist.net ) often used by predatory journals/publishers
-Your case is (unfortunately) not uncommon. These fake journals ‘create’ content by plagiarism and recycle already published work (Note that they change your name somewhat as well)
Since you are dealing with basically fraudsters there is, as indicated by Wolfgang R. Dick , nothing more you can do (in legal terms). Nothing but exposing these people on places like here on RG so at least people are warned.
Best regards.
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We are looking at using the questionnaires below but have been unable to find where to contact to request permission, has anyone used them previously and can advise on any of them?
QUALID (Quality of life in late stage dementia)
CMAI/CMAI-O (Cohen-Mansfield Agitation Inventory)
SCIDS (Sense of Competence in Dementia Care Staff)
FAST (Functional Assessment Staging of Alzheimers Disease)
Thanks in advance,
Matt
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Thank you Marisol Herrera-Rivero , that is what we are planning to do but wanted to make sure we have made every attempt to check that there isn't somewhere specific we had apply for a license for them.
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In Principle component analysis- Rotated component matrix. What is the minimum factor loading permissible to select an item? is it 0.50 ?
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Devkumar Mahisekar Each criteria is assigned a score to each item. We advocate suppressing factor loadings smaller than 0.3, as recommended by Field (2013: 692). Any item that has had all of its scores suppressed should be deleted. Scores greater than 0.4 are regarded as steady (Guadagnoli and Velicer, 1988).
The factor loading for each newly produced item should be more than 0.5. For established items, the factor loading should be 0.6 or greater for each item (Awang, 2014). The 11th of October, 2017.
Communalities of 0.25 to 0.4 have been proposed as acceptable cutoff values, with ideal communalities of 0.7 or higher. In general, the tighter these cutoff values are, the better the model fits the objects that remained.
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In your opinion, it is right to take liquidation regulation in the EU, which accounts for around 7% of global emissions, towards carbon neutrality, with major issuers such as China and India continuing to produce extensively and the EU buying these products, so emissions are only move there ...?
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What's your opinion dear friends?
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I was producing vegetation indices in a study area in the tropics with MOD09 product (Land Surface Reflectance, 8-days, 500m) and also with MOD13 (Vegetation index, 16-days, 500m). I got more or less the same result with some small differences due to the fact that the former product is an 8-days composite and the latter is 16-days composite. But I noticed that the quality flag are completely different, the one from MOD09 is very 'permissive', the could masking is almost unnecessary but with MOD13 is the opposite, because I lose a lot of data due to clouds. I think that the QA flag of MOD13 should be the correct one because my study area is in the tropics with high presences of clouds, but I wonder why the QA flag of MOD09 is so different and seems to be unreliable.
Can someone give me a clue?
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Thanks for your reply Prof. Hack. And yes, I have used the quality flag as it says in the guidelines. I will take a look to the paper you just recommended me.
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Are there any Nigerian standards for PM1, PM2.5, PM10, NO2, CO, SO2, O3, CO2 and maximum permissible limits (MPL) for heavy metals in Air, Water, Soil? If yes, can the link be sent to me?
Thanks
Dr. F. O. Abulude
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The Standard Organisation of Nigeria and DPR have limits for heavy metals.
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My project is hyperthermic treatment of cancer using biomedical antenna, for that I am using a 4x4 patch antenna array design and a spherical homogenous glandular tissue with a tumor inside it. By giving appropriate phase and amplitude input I am able to heat the tumor at a temperature of 41.935'C but the input power is 36 W for a single antenna!!!. I am feeding all antenna's individually so the thing is power input is not at all practical input. I request you to give your suggestion on how to reduce the power input without affecting the temperature distribution.
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You are putting in about 500 W of power through 16 antennas.
This is enough to raise 1.2 ml (1.06 cm cube) of water 100 deg per second.
You are raising the target area by about 6 deg.
I expect your problem is that you are heating a lot of other tissue at the same time. It only has to be a 5 cm cube and it only goes up 1 degree per second. If you have included conduction, then heat will travel outwards (mostly) and you will lose the effect of the concentrated heat in the centre if you heat too slowly.
I think you are also heating up tissue directly below the antennas (as well as all the tissue, a little bit). All this requires that you put in more power than you actually need just to heat up the part you want. Work out the power and energy budget. It is fairly simple to do, and you will see where the power is being wasted, and you will find out if there is anything you can do about it.
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I want to use the Visual Analog Scale for Anxiety (VAS-A) in my DNP project. I know the VAS for pain is public domain, however, I have been unable to find whether the VAS-A is also public domain. Does anyone know whether I need to get permission to use the VAS-A in my research and if so where I can get permission? Thanks!
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Hello, I have the same problem. Do you find something? Thanks, eva baudysova
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It's very urgent. I have found so many differences among various reference values.
I basically need references for Pb, Cd, Cr, and Cu.
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The World Health Organization has given the maximum permissible limits of arsenic, copper, Iron and Zinc in species, i.e. 1, 50, 300 and 100 mg/kg, respectively.
Please kindly read my articles regarding heavy metals in herbs , ......
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Hello,
I've been recently asked to contribute to a Scipod episode concerning publication of mine. In the past, I have received many emails from dubious publishers, seeking permission to revamp and publish previously published research, many of which are scams of various nature.
But what about Scipod?
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This is just another player in the field of (claimed) promotion of your papers, like “Research Outreach” and “ResearchPod” Just check here on RG how these companies are discussed here on RG. Looking at SciPod I see a number of disturbing things:
-Contact info (288a Gloucester Road Horfield Bristol BS7 8PD) renders a virtual office address
-Among many others this ‘address’ is used by https://www.scientia.global/terms-of-use/which is already discussed here on RG https://www.researchgate.net/post/Is_Scientia_Global_a_predatory_scientific_publisher
-It also mentioned http://www.sciencediffusion.com/which refers to both SciPod and Scientia
-According to https://www.scipod.global/faq/this costs you 650 USD…
Personally, I am not interested in getting my work promoted for a fee.
Best regards.
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Focusing on the vulnerabilities in consensus protocols
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Permissioned Blockchain makes building consensus protocols a linear functionality of considering the vulnerabilities that may exist within other protocols. It is similar to making some variables in a programming language general to the set or looking for a subset to accommodate such variables.
Check this:
I hope this is helpful.
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hello everybody, I am a student who is about to begin her thesis. I need to know whether the GHQ-12 is a public domain or do I require permission to use it? If permission is required then where do I request it from?
Your help is kindly appreciated.
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Sabaika Tahir , I recommend you to ask for permission. Because you are a student and you will not use GHQ-12 commercially, they may give you the permission for free.
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I want to use it for dissertation purpose for my master's degree in Clinical Psychology?
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Do you mean Perceptions of Organizational Politics Scale? If yes, may be you can reach the authors via Researchgate.
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Can I conduct a survey to ask students from different universities to evaluate their university's counselling services if I do not have any university's permission? Can I then use these results to argue for the need for certain types of counselling services? I'm wondering what the ethics of this are.
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Ethically, it seems correct to obtain University permissions as students represent the learning sphere of such institutions.
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Hello everyone,
Does anyone know how to get permission for Numerical rating scale (00-10) . Is in public domain?
Any suggestions please.
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I believe there is no permission needed to copy or use public domain works. A work is generally considered to be within the public domain if it is not eligible for copyright protection or its copyright has expired. Now, you need to check if the subject Scale is a public domain work or not.
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Do I need to request permission to use Beck Depression Inventory and Beck Anxiety Inventory or I can simply use them since they are available in the public domain. How I can decide that any given survey is in the public domain or not ?!
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But there are certain scales where Authors/publishers require fee for providing the questionnaires??
BDI II requires fee, I wonder if older version BDI also require fee.
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Hello,
I'm currently translating and adapting a questionnaire/instrument to measure the teachers' attitude toward inclusive education for all. the instrument was elaborated by Stephan Kielblock
( Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education), I already have his permission.
I'm looking for researchers who are interested in adapting and contextualizing this instrument to Arabic users.
thank you
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Hello.
Interested and ready to start working.
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I am writing a review paper and I want to use a figure from the paper published in AWS. AWS articles can be accessed without any subscription means it is a kind of open access. In addition, there is no such link "using RightsLink" "Get rights and content" available on the main page of the publisher. I have already requested the authors for the permission. What should I do now?
Do I need permission if my figure/figures are taken from Open Access articles?
Please share your experience.
Regards
Dr. Jaivindra
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Dear Dr. Singh,
You will need to contact the Publisher and Editor at AWS with your request. Include the manuscript details and the Figure numbers that you are looking to reuse in your email. It's a relatively straightforward process.
You can see how I have referenced Welding Journal papers in my own review paper:
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Shehryar
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Several micronutrients such as Cr, Mn, Fe, Cu,Zn, etc. constitute a small fraction of our diet and play animportant role in metabolic processes. Their excess or deficiency may disturb normal biochemical functions of the body.
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Can anyone mention the non toxic range of Zn, Fe, Cu, Mg, K, Ca, Na, Li and Cl
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Is it necessary to get Rights and Permissions for a figure from another published paper if the idea is borrowed but not copied? I have constructed the figure myself but I got the general outline from another publication.
I would appreciate your responses and advice.
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In my opinion, if you have schematically drawn the figure with some required modifications then no need to take any permission.
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The non-fluidity of cash currency and the frequency of developing secured, permitted and evidential rules with the Cryptos blockchain create more values within the movers of cryptocurrency agenda.
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Hi,
You can find the answer to your question in the below link.
best wishes
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If anyone or any lab has the facility of Atomic absorption photometry and has permission to use it for another research scholar, I need it very urgently:
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Jharkhand, West Bengal, Bihar.
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Il faut mineraliser par lacide
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I am conducting a VR study for PhD I am using a video game for my control condition, do I need permission from the developers of the game? Or would citing the game be enough?
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It may be considered as 'fair use' if it is used in a scientifically justified manner.
If the videogame isn't portrayed negatively, it would sure be nice to ask the developer for permission so that the acknowledgements can say 'courtesy of ...'. And maybe you can get some background information about the videogame as well and another contact in your network that might be helpful for future studies.
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I am currently working on my dissertation paper topic - Organizational Factors Hindering Blockchain Adoption among Startups and Small Enterprises in the USA. I need help seeking the survey instrument questionnaire permission. How do we locate authors? How can we get the contact email/phone information of the authors for asking permission to use the validated instruments? Please help me find some dissertation papers completed from the United States only match my topic and also help me to identify the author's information. To assist/guide me. Thank you.
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The primary impediment to blockchain adoption is a lack of understanding about it. Organizations, like any other new technology, may confront problems while using a blockchain. These adoption hurdles may be viewed as limits that must be addressed and examined in order to increase the organization's ability to innovate.
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hello, do we need to ask permission to use the open fmri data? if yes, how to do it?
many thanks.
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im a new Phd.Student your answers will be very helpfull , thank you.
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The four domain ratings represent a person's sense of quality of life in each domain. Domain ratings are weighted in favor of the positive (i.e. higher scores denote higher quality of life). The domain score is calculated using the mean score of items within each domain.
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Hello,
Can someone please help me regarding the access to CRSI ( Conflict Resolution Style Inventory 1994) since I have to use it in my research and translate it but I am unable to get access to it. Neither do I know if its in the public domain/ free to use since the author Lawrence Kurdek passed away in 2009. I have contacted researchers who have recently used it in the publications but have not received any answer yet.
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Hello Fatima,
The instrument is mentioned in the text by Perlmutter, Tuliatos, & Holden (2001), Handbook of Family Measurement Techniques. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. However, it may be just a mention.
If you know of studies that used this measure, I'd try contacting one of the authors other than Kurden to see whether they could furnish a copy of the instrument.
However, this link may be the one you're looking for, as it references Kurden: https://scales.arabpsychology.com/s/conflict-resolution-styles-inventory-crsi/
Good luck with your work.
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I am a doctoral candidate at Northcentral University. In partial fulfillment of a doctoral degree, I am conducting a study that involves understanding emotional intelligence and decision-making within virtual MIS teams, especially focused on team leaders and MIS staff members. Specifically, I would like permission to use the Wong and Law Emotional Intelligence Scale, (WLEIS). Participants for this study must hold one of the following positions in their organization; Either first-line supervisor, team leader, or team staff member in an MIS virtual environment, as developers, network engineers, computer architects, etc.). This study is quantitative and involves an emotional intelligence questionnaire.
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Hi Stephen,
This scale was published in the academic journal, you can use it in your research citing the following source. I hope this helps.
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I have been looking ways to contact the author who can grant me permission to use Stunkard's figure rating scale (FRS). I have tried email address suggested in 2016 on RG (Prof Craig Lee Hanis) but received no reply.
Does anyone know who I can contact?
Any help will be very much appreciated.
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Thank you very much for your answer. I really appreciate it :)
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I request anyone who have personal experience in sample specimen collection from protected or unprotected areas to share your knowledge about regulations and permissions to be followed for collecting specimens for Research in India. I hope this will help a lot of budding researchers in and outside India who are studying flora and fauna of Indian subcontinent.
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Just follow the rules...and preserve this biodiversity
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Is it permissible to use a soil sample (Bulk Sample) without removing carbonate minerals, organic matter and iron oxides in the mineral examination with a diffracted X-ray device, or by examination with a polarizing light microscope or a scanning electron microscope ?
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For primary and other minerals petrographic microscope can help but not the scanning electron microscope (SEM). SEM only provides the morphology of minerals not the nature and composition of minerals. For clay minerals XRD can be very useful but it has a altogether a much different analytical protocol with regard to separation of soil particles, saturation with cations and laying on glass slides. Please refer to Jackson, M.L. (1979) Soil Chemical Analysis - Advanced Course. Published by the author, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.
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Dear all,
Frequently my colleagues and myself receive invitations to review articles submitted to journals or conferences. Very often, corresponding editors create an account for us in a certain submission system to foster the review process.
However, the editor needs to enter my personal data into these submission systems, most often my email address, name, and maybe also information about my personal expertise, or conflict of interests.
According to my experience, some editors do not ask in advance whether I’m confident with submitting these personal data into a submission system (maybe some system I’ve never heard about). I have then no idea about how the system processes my data. I’m wondering whether creating an account by using my personal data without my active consent (i.e., permission or instruction to do so) actually violates the GDPR requirements?
While I highly acknowledge that a thorough review process is fundamental for the scientific community, I have some concerns regarding the practice of using my personal data without permission. If my assumptions are correct (at least to a certain degree) than editors should be more cautious because creating accounts without permission can then fire back to them.
Do you have any thoughts on this issue? Maybe some legal experts can comment on, or substantiate or reject my assumptions.
All the best
Sebastian
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As an editor, I can tell that we have had many discussions on this topic and did not come to a conclusion that is fully backed up by legal regulations. Our journal submission system (we use OJS) requires us to create a new account for a reviewer, if we want to invite them. The account persists, even if they decline this review invitation. The reviewer can ask us to delete the account which we will do.
We have decided to proceed like this with the reasoning, that we use only published professional contact data (work e-mail address from potential reviewer) which we get from either their current institutional website or from previous publications they have been corresponding author on. We assume, that this contact data has been published with consent of the respective scientist to be contacted for professional reasons. A review invitation is such a professional reason.
On another note, if I write a simple e-mail outside the submission system to ask for permission, the personal data of said reviewer is also stored on my computer.
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I am receiving emails to publish my already published paper free of cost to LAMBERT Academic publishing where it will be sold worldwide. But if I do this, then permission from the journal where it was published before is needed?. Or what will be the solution for going ahead?
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I am really interested in using the Individual Work Performance Questionnaire (IWPQ) by Koopmans et al., (2013; 2014). However, I am unsure if I can freely use by citing the author it or if it is licensed and I need to ask for permission.
Any other recommendations for open access contextual performance questionnaires will be really appreciated.
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You are not obligated to ask permission to cite someone else's work. Of course it is hard for me to tell how it is regulated in your country, although it is only appropriate in this matter. I think that it is legal to perform an assessment on the basis of this questionnaire, cite the questions and of course credit the author.
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i have the publishers permission to use an image. now where do i indicate it on the manuscript or in my thesis? do i mention in the figure legend or just before the references?
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Additionally, as an aside, the publisher's manuscript submission programs will probably require you to attest that you have obtained the rights to use any images, etc used in your manuscript.
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Hi,
Anyone know the standard A and standard B for tetracycline effluent from pharmaceutical wastewater?
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Check this article for useful information.
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How to classify distributed systems (traditional) algorithms like XFT, RAFT, Paxos, Sieve, BFT, and DAG with blockchain (modern) algorithms like PoW, PoS, PoA, etc.?
Please refer to these diagrams:
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Roughly the following should work
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>Centralized
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  • >>Traditional
  • >>>Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting
  • >>>Trusted Third Party Authentication
  • >>Permissioned
  • >>>Authentication Based
>Partially Decentralized
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  • >>Distributed Permissioned
  • >>>Centralized Source
  • >>>>Authentication Based
  • >>>>Shared Stake
  • >>>>Voting Based
  • >>>Reputation-Based
>Decentralized
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  • >>Permissionless
  • >>>Consensus Techniques
  • >>>>Validation Based
  • >>>>>Block-Mining
  • >>>>>Non-Mining
Data Structure
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  • >>Non-branching
  • >>>Blockchain
  • >>Branching
  • >>>DAG
  • >>>Merkle Tree
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This is just what I would do, based on current knowledge. As to what goes where… I’ll let you dig into that. DAG isn’t an algorithm, but a data structure. Some of the same algorithms can be applied, but many DAG systems aren’t mining-based but transaction based because DAG is generally used for speed advantage over Blockchain or for use in IOT-systems. I know the formatting is weird... no tabs on this editor. I hope this helps.
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It might depend upon the type of research and obviously whose (which country/government). In the United States, Title 18, Chapter 17 of US Code talks about mutilation etc of coins and currency. It also specifies that the prohibition is for fraudulently doing so. For example, destructive analysis testing to determine metal content and percentages might not fall under that provision. Photography and scanning coins should be no issue but, as Robert Bracey mentions above, there are requirements that must be followed (in the US at least) regarding size and resolution of any photography of paper currency.
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  • Max (P) = Sum(n*g*p*Q(t)*h(t) for t =1:12
Constraints:
1) The maximum and minimum produced power.
2) The maximum and minimum permissible reservoir height.
3) Hydraulic constraints are defined by the reservoir continuity equation.
4) The maximum and minimum permissible reservoir releases.
5) The maximum and minimum permissible reservoir Storage.
is the number of the production period
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Dear Mohammed Abdi
I have attached the PSO code which I have used. Incorporate your objective function into this and try.
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Hello dear fellow researchers. I was looking for childrens fear scale for one of my research. I was trying to seek permission to use the tool , however unable to contact the author ( Mc Murtry). May i request dear fellow researchers help me with the same?
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where to get permission to use the Expanded Nursing Stress Scale in my dissertation? Can i know about the interpretation?
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Expanded Nursing stress Scale (ENSS) has been used to measure nurses job related stressors. The ENSS is an expanded and updated revision of the classic Nursing Stress Scale (NSS) developed by Gray- Toft& Anderson (1981). The NSS was the first instrument to target nursing stress rather than general job stress
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I with co-authors included almost all a table from other paper in a paper that we are going to submit, but we are not sure if we need permision for copyright to reproduce the table or is only necesary indicate the refrence of the table?
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Thanks a lot Kolita Weerasekera for your feedback
greetings
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Dear Research Gate Community,
I'm finally able to publish my dissertation paper and I'm keen to find the right place to publish it. My old university has just given me permission to publish it online.
First I looked at arXiv however it requires you to have someone who can endorse you for your subject area (My supervisor has now left the University that I originally did my studies at so I'm not expecting to be able to get the endorsement.)
Ideally I'm looking for an open access journal for Digital Forensics and one that accepts submissions in a PDF format.
Another part of me has considered just posting the paper up on my own website however it would be nice to have it in an open journal.
Any tips, tricks or information will be greatly appreicated.
Thank you for your time!
Oliver
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By "disssertation paper", do you mean your entire thesis as submitted for your degree? For most journals, it would be too long to submit as is, and would most likely require significant reformatting and rewriting. Also, papers in your field have a short lifespan so "old" may be too old. Tong Wu 's preprint archiving suggestion is best if you don't want to rework the thesis.
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Dear colleagues as you know reusing already published material can only be done after acquiring proper permission. Though very sought after, is there any limit of these permissions mean how many permissions to reuses table and figure we can acquire from publishets like Elsevier free of charge?
Maximum extend of numbers (estimate or assured number requested)
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@Angeles maximum number of permissions we can acquire for no charge?
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Please I need the WHO permissible limits of As, Cd, Pb, Hg and MeHg in fish.
WHO permissible limits of Cd, Pb and Hg in soft parts / muscle of Mussel.
WHo permissible limits of Cd and Pb in shrimp.
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Thank you Sibylle Rahlenbeck for your help.
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It is weird. There are a couple of my articles that are PRIVATE FULL TEXT and yet it also says DOWNLOAD, and it appears that readers can download the text without asking me for permission.
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You as the author, while logged in, can download your own private full texts, but others cannot. To me only two of your publications (both listed as public full texts) appear available for download. The rest are not accessible.
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I tried to ask for permission to translate a book I am very interested in from its author and publisher but no one answerd me! What do you advice me to do?
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اهلا استاذ
اتوقع من حقك الترجمه بدون إذن مع الاشاره الى كون هذا الكتاب مترجم مع تفاصيل الكتاب
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I am Kiruthika K studying Bachelor of Occupational Therapy. I am doing a research on pregnancy. I would like to know the copyrights permission for Satisfaction of Daily Occupation scale.
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My response included the phrase "permission to USE the article in your work situation." Is there a way that I could have phrased that more clearly?
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We need to systematically scrape some user's reviews and comments from a web platform; the data is available for the public, but there is no direct way to export it in an analysis suitable format. There are no terms of usage available on the website itself, and support takes more than a month and yet did not reply to our question. Is there are any legal or ethical roles against that?
The data will not include any reviewers' personal information; it is just their ratings and comments.
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if the purpose is legal, then you can scrap. The following information might help you to understand. https://finddatalab.com/web-scraping-legal
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I am Vijaya Dharshini. M pursuing my Final Year in Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research, Chennai. I am doing my Research project in Reducing Academic Stress among undergraduate students using a leisure activity.
So for doing this study I m using Academic Stress Scale , but the Author of the questionnaire is expired. Now from whom should I get the copyrights Permission to use this scale in my Research Project. Kindly help me out.
Thanks in Advance.
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