Types of journal articles
This is the most typical paper used to publish comprehensive reports on research findings. There are complete sections for the Introduction, Methodology, Results, and Discussion.
Review articles provide a comprehensive summary of the research on a certain topic and provide information about the present state and potential future directions of the field. These are frequently authored by authorities in a field upon invitation from a journal's editors. Reviews are regularly read by a large audience and cited frequently.
These articles detail particular occurrences of fascinating events. Making other researchers aware of the potential for a particular event to occur is one of the objectives of case studies.
Methodologies or Methods:
These articles outline a novel experimental technique, experiment, or process. The approach provided can be an improved version of an existing method or it might be altogether new. The post should outline a concrete improvement above what is already accessible.