How to read a paper

The first principle is that you must not fool yourself — and you are the easiest person to fool.  – Richard Feynman

It is often helpful to read with questions in mind. This post summarizes a list of questions worthy asking while reading a paper. I would like to make this post a living document about how to read a paper, as I read more materials and gain more understanding of scientific research. The content of this post is largely from the references listed at the end.  Continue reading “How to read a paper”