Research Paper Abstract Generator
Writing the abstract for your research paper, dissertation, or book chapter is usually one of the final steps before you submit your work.
It’s also the activity that many students and researchers find most difficult. A strong abstract must be clear, succinct and informative, but how do you decide what to include?
Structuring your abstract
Many journals require the abstract to be structured according to
whereas the abstract for your dissertation or chapter may just be a short narrative paragraph. Either way, the abstract should contain key information from the study and be easy to read. Creating an abstract is as much an art as a science.
Happily, Scholarcy can help by identifying exactly the right information to include in your abstract.
Abstract in numbers
4 steps to generate an abstract with Scholarcy
Upload your article
Simply upload your article to Scholarcy Library to generate a summary flashcard that outlines your research and contains the information needed to create your abstract.
View Scholarcy Highlights
The Scholarcy Highlights tab contains 5-7 bullet points comprising the background to the study, the key findings, and the conclusion.
View Scholarcy Summary
If your paper contains standard IMRaD sections, then the Scholarcy Summary will automatically be structured to follow these headings and will include any study objectives that you have written.
And the Study subjects and participants tab extracts key information about study participants, interventions, and quantitative results. Perfect for your abstract!
Try Smart Synopsis
Alternatively, for your dissertation or book chapter, you can use our Smart Synopses tool to create a more naturally flowing, narrative abstract.