Analyzers

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Analyzers are professionals engaged in the conception or creation of new knowledge, products, processes, methods and systems, as well as in the management of the projects concerned. Nurture new concepts and ideas in the specified domains based on subjective experiences or their study or assumptions and also assist in designing the content or in the form of a questionnaire.

High-level advisers

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We have Professional high-level advisers who have acquired knowledge and skills through study and practice over the years, in a particular field or subject, to the extent that his or her opinion may be helpful in fact-finding, problem-solving, or understanding of a situation. They provide suggestion with special knowledge and skills in a particular area of endeavor

Evaluators

Evaluators evaluate article submissions to journals, based on the requirements of that journal, predefined criteria, and quality, completeness, and accuracy of the research presented. They provide feedback on the article and the research, suggest improvements and make a recommendation to the editor about whether to accept, reject or request changes to the article. Evaluators: • Ensure the rigorous standards of the scientific process by taking part in the peer-review system. • Uphold the integrity of the journal by identifying invalid research, and helping to maintain the quality of the journal. • Fulfill a sense of obligation to the community and their own area of research. • Establish relationships with reputable colleagues and their affiliated journals, and increase their opportunities to join an Editorial Board. • Reciprocate professional courtesy, as authors and Evaluators are often interchangeable roles – as reviewer, researchers ‘repay’ the same courtesy they receive as authors.

STATISTICAL ANALYST

Statistical analysis is a component of data analytics. In the context of business intelligence (BI), statistical analysis involves collecting and scrutinizing every data sample in a set of items from which samples can be drawn. Statistical analysis can be broken down into five discrete steps, as follows: • Describe the nature of the data to be analyzed. • Explore the relation of the data to the underlying population. • Create a model to summarize understanding of how the data relates to the underlying population. • Prove (or disprove) the validity of the model. • Employ predictive analytics to run scenarios that will help guide future actions. The goal of statistical analysis is to identify trends. To assist in programming activities (analysis datasets, pooled datasets, listings, tables and more) using Statistical Analysis System (SAS), Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), Minitab, Excel and more. Finally interpreting the statistical output and formulating conclusions.

MATHEMATICIANS

A mathematician is someone who uses an extensive knowledge of mathematics in his or her work, typically to solve mathematical problems. Mathematics is concerned with numbers, data, quantity, structure, space, models, and change. Craft mathematical models for the solutions.

TECHNICAL SCRIPTERS

A technical scripter is a professional writer who produces technical documentation that helps people understand and use a product or service. This documentation includes online help, manuals (system, end-user, and training), white papers, design specifications, project plans, test plans, business correspondence, etc. With the rise of e-learning, technical writers are also charged with creating online training for their audience of learners. Technical SCRIPTERS explain technologies, processes, and products in many formats, including print, online, and other electronic means.

LANGUAGE POLISHERS

Language professionals are people who support authors in their quest to publish by helping produce documents of appropriate scope and quality (in any language). Their role is particularly important in the research setting, especially when the authors are not native English speakers but are required to publish in English for international communication The writing support provided by language professionals may involve teaching specific writing skills, translating documents into the desired publishing language, editing drafts at various stages of completion, guiding the creation of a new document and—in some cases—writing for authors. Thus, the services offered by language professionals include language teaching (especially the teaching of academic writing), translation, author editing, developmental editing, and writing (medical writing and technical writing). These activities differ in functional terms but they share a common goal, namely helping authors produce quality papers for publication.