# The Research HUB

## Study in Australia: Student experience at the University of Adelaide

First of all let me start by stating the following proverb: “All living things contain a measure of madness that moves them in strange, sometimes inexplicable ways. This madness can be saving; it is part and parcel of the ability to adapt. Without it, no species would survive.” ― Yann Martel, Life of Pi I did my undergraduate

## Bibliometric Citation Analysis: All You Need to Know

Download the HistCite software by clicking the option below! Published bibliometric studies by ResearchHUB Team: A review of the internationalization of Chinese enterprises A Review of Born globals A review of green supply chain management: From bibliometric analysis to a conceptual framework and future research directions Credit Risk Research: Review and Agenda A review of autonomous ship literature This post

## How to Finish Your PhD on Time?

How to finish your PhD on time? 3 critical lessons every PhD learns the hard way By Stine Øyna During my very first week as a PhD student my new colleagues and I attended the defense (i.e. Viva or equivalent) of a Chinese guy who had spent 10 (T-E-N) years on his dissertation. I didn’t quite get his topic

## 10 terrible thoughts you will have during your PhD

10 terrible thoughts you will have during your PhD .. and why you will be fine anyway By Stine Øyna Last week our department welcomed a total of 19 new PhD students into our program in International Business. As a third-year candidate I was asked to give a talk about PhD life, and ideally offer some advice on how to

## Introduction to R (Part 2) Data types in R

#########DATA TYPES########## #mainly six (6) types #Type 1: Vector ##Six types of vector:logical(T/F),numeric, integer, complex, charater a=TRUE #logical b=FALSE #logical c=20.5 #numeric d=7L #integer #L to mention integer e=10+5L #comples f=”Research HUB” #charater vec= c(1,4,3,7,90,30,40) #to create a vector vec vec2=c(“hello”, “sorry”, “buzinga”) vec2 sortvec=sort(vec) #sorted from small to large sortvec sortvec2=sort(vec2) #sorted alphabatically sortvec2 vec[4] #gives the vaue in

## Introduction to R (Part 1): Data operators in R

#Specifying a variable #here, variable refer to a reserved memory to store values a=30 b=”Welcome to Research HUB” c= TRUE d= 15 #Data operators (5 categories) #Arithmetic operators (+, -, *, /, ^, %%, %/%) a+d a-d a*d a/d a^2 a%%d #%% gives reminder after division a%/%d #%/% gives round-up dividing number #Assignment operator (=, <-, <<-, ->, ->>)

## All about IELTS – Part 1: Exam Modules

We are starting a series of writing to help students ace IELTS (International English Language Testing System). As it is one of the most important requirement to study abroad and one of the important one for higher education of any type, we are here to help. Students face bulk of problems starting from the application procedure, sitting for the exam,

## Malaysia’s Top 5 Universities

Here are the top 5 universities of Malaysia- 1. Universiti Malaya (UM) The University of Malaya, the first University of the country, is situated on a 750-acre (309-hectare) campus in the southwest of Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. It has more than 12000 students, and the focus on research is very high. Overall Ranking QS World University Rankings #114

## How to select a journal for your research paper?

WHY is it crucial? Mostly in developing countries, universities cannot subscribe to the world’s leading journal publishers because it is expensive to subscribe to the journals of the leading publishers. However, there exists ways to get access to them without paying. For instance, many publishers provide free access to their articles to universities in developing countries upon request. In

## WHAT A PhD IS AND WHAT IT IS NOT

After having completed a PhD degree myself, and having supervised, co-supervised and examined a number of PhD students over the years, I would like to offer some humble advice and pointers to those aspiring to pursue a PhD degree themselves. I find that many Malaysians misunderstood the purpose of getting a PhD degree and the commitments and sacrifices that it