Overall Stats

Language Score

51.67

/100

Language score of this article is higher than 28% of the articles uploaded to PoolText

Similarity Level

13.6%

Similarity level of this article is better than 33% of the articles uploaded to PoolText

Reference Accuracy

86.36

/100

Reference accuracy score of this article is higher than 49% of the articles uploaded to PoolText

Reference Actuality

96.93

/100

Reference actuality score of this article is higher than 75% of the articles uploaded to PoolText

Structural Integrity

82

/100

Structural integrity score of this article is higher than 89% of the articles uploaded to PoolText

Language Score

With this report, you will be scored for the English Language correctness and complexity of your manuscript and by making necessary improvements you will be able to avoid delays in the review process and minimize rejections due to poor language use.

With the language report, authors will be provided feedback about the English Language level, awareness of audience and readability of their article.

Score

51.67/100

Language Use, Voice, and Style

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4

Adequate

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Adequate

Adequate: Demonstrates adequate language and word choice, with control of voice and an awareness of audience. Generally uses correct sentence structure with some variety.

Mechanics and Conventions

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3

Limited

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3

Limited

Limited: Contains several noticeable errors in grammar, mechanics, punctuation, and spelling that may interfere with the communication of the message.

Language Quality Scale

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Neutral

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Neutral

How important is the quality of the English language in an article?

Well-structured manuscripts with correct language usage help ensure that the peer-review process runs smoothly by enabling editors and reviewers to focus on academic merit, and not be distracted by language errors. Ultimately, providing a well-written and properly structured manuscript could result in your research being published faster. Poor use of language, grammar, and spelling can also be an important reason for technical modification, revision, or rejection.

Similarity Report

With this report, you will see the similarity level of your manuscript and by making necessary improvements you will be able to avoid delays in the editorial process and reduce immediate rejections due to high similarity index.

Your article will be compared against billions of internet documents, archived internet data, and several repositories of periodicals, journals, and publications.

Similarity

13.6%

Word count: 2043

How important is the percentage of similarity index of an article?

Plagiarism means using words, sentences, or ideas from another work without clearly acknowledging the source. Despite every journal having its own regulations towards plagiarism, usually, a similarity of up to 20% may be tolerated to accommodate common terms etc. of a given field. A high similarity index can be an important reason for an immediate rejection or a revision request by the editors without further evaluation of the article.

Reference Accuracy

With this report, you will see the errors and repeated citations in the reference section of your manuscript and by making necessary improvements you will be able to avoid delays in the editorial processes of the journals.

PoolText obtains the most accurate info for each reference used in your article from several literature databases (eg. PubMed, Crossref) and uses semantic engines and complex algorithms to check their accuracy.

Score

86.36/100

  • Total number of references

    22

  • Accurate

    19 86.36%

  • Inaccurate

    2 9.09%

  • To be reviewed

    1 4.55%

How important is the accuracy of references for an article?

Reference accuracy aids in establishing one’s reputation as a "careful, truthful and attentive researcher." In contrast, reference inaccuracy may have negative implications such as calling into question the accuracy of other content in the paper. Also, the review or publication of the manuscript may be delayed or rejected as journal reviewers and editors may question reported research results or other details.

Reference Actuality

With this report, you will see the up-to-dateness and reference density (number of references per 100 words) of the references in your manuscript and by making necessary improvements you will be able to avoid rejections due to using outdated literature or an insufficient number of references.

PoolText calculates the up-to-dateness of references and reference density according to the data gathered from our database and studies published on this topic.

Score

96.93/100

Up-to-dateness

  • Article score
  • Preferred range

Percentage

100%

90%

80%

70%

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

0%

63.64%

<10

36.36%

≥10

18.18%

≥15

9.09%

≥20

Years

Reference Density

Density

1.08

Distribution curve
  • undercited
  • 1.10
  • overcited

# of Citation per 100 words

How important is the up-to-dateness and density of references in an article?

The Reference section is one of the most important sections in your article which lists sources you used to get your information before beginning the research and shows that whether you've done proper research. Keeping the references of your manuscript up-to-date while citing the main sources on your topic is essential. Outdated citations and insufficient number of references are common reasons for immediate rejection and attributed to the poor literature survey before starting the work, demonstrating the paltry knowledge of the researcher.

Structural Integrity

With this report, you will get a feedback on the headings, declarations, referencing, tables, figures and other major reporting errors on your manuscript and by making necessary improvements you will be able to avoid delays in the review process and minimize rejections due to structural errors.

PoolText assesses your manuscript including but not limited to checkpoints shown below and provides you an interactive feedback report.

Score

82/100

Main Headings

  • Is your manuscript divided into the right sections?

Additional Headings

  • Have you included a data statement section?
  • Have you included an authors' contributions section?
  • Have you included a declaration of conflicts of interests?
  • Have you included an acknowledgements section?
  • Have you included a funding section?
  • Have you included a conclusions section?
  • Have you included a limitations section?

Ethical Declarations

  • Is informed consent addressed?
  • Did you receive ethical approval for this study?
  • Have you said which Ethical Review Board gave you ethical approval?

Figures & Tables

  • Did you mention all figures / tables in the manuscript body?
  • Have you included a short legend for each figure / table?

Referencing

  • Do all cited sources appear in the references list?
  • Are all references cited in the manuscript?
  • Does reference and citation style match?
Disclaimers:
  1. Structural Integrity Report is a computer-generated report and DO NOT reflect any human review. The results and suggestions of this report may deviate due to errors or differences arising from the structure and grammar of your manuscript.
  2. Structural Integrity check is not suitable for some article types (e.g. letters, book chapters, thesis, book/media/meeting reviews, conference papers) and suggestions and scoring may therefore not be accurate.
How important is the structure of an article?

Every journal has its own manuscript formatting instructions but some sections and statements are common and essential for all journals. If your manuscript has structural issues or does not include mandatory sections or statements, it may be returned to you as a revision or rejected by the editors. Make sure that your valuable work is not rejected due to bad formatting, lack of proper structure or incomplete 'sine qua non' sections and statements.