This site by the American Chemical Society is the best that I have found so far. The section on writing style and word usage is much like an abbreviated version of Lyn's book. The only section that isn't relevant is Types of Presentations. Everything else is excellent and right on target for how I'm hoping all of you will write:
This site also has a nice summary of how a scientific paper should be organized, although in Computer Science we often have a separate section on related work and a final section called conclusions. Also, you do not have to label each section with the standard headings of Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions; often it is better to use a heading that provides more information for your particular paper.
For computer science research, you also must carefully distinguish between that work that you do and the work that the system does. It is fine to use the system as an actor in sentences.
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