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How to write an ICS/IUGA conference abstract | SpringerLink
Drafting an abstract can be a time consuming process. Formal guidance, such as CONSORT and STROBE, exists for the kinds of information that should be included regarding almost all designs of cli... [Read More]
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Misconduct as the main cause for retraction. A descriptive study of retracted publications and their authors
ObjectiveTo analyze the causes of retracted publications and the main characteristics of their authors.MethodA descriptive cross-sectional study was designed including all retracted publications from ... [Read More]
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Preprints (pros & cons) - Research Publishing (Open Access) - LibGuides at University of the Highlands and Islands
"Before you agree to publish your paper as a preprint be mindful not to shoot your future self in the foot!"Advantages:Free for both author and readerInstant online publication upon acceptanceBroad an... [Read More]
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Essay on writing academic book reviews
Book reviews are important inputs into a wider system of academic publishing upon which the academic profession is symbiotically dependent, and in a previous career advice column I argued that a... [Read More]
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How to Become a Reviewer | Wiley
Getting involved in the peer review process can be a highly rewarding experience that can also improve your own research and help to further your career. Learn more about becoming a reviewer and explo... [Read More]
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Checklist for Research Papers
Style. Occasionally I have marked areas where what we call style is problematical. This could be the choice of a particular word, the use of a term that is not justified; the overuse of a... [Read More]
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Revising your paper and responding to reviewer comments
When revising your manuscript and responding to peer review comments:Address all points raised by the editor and reviewersDescribe the revisions to your manuscript in your response letterPerform any... [Read More]
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Several rules for writing a response to reviewers
You recently submitted your first manuscript for publication, and you were pleased when the editor decided to send the manuscript out for peer review. Now you have gotten the reviews back, and the... [Read More]
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Top 10 Tips for Responding to Reviewer and Editor Comments | Clinical Chemistry | Oxford Academic
Like it or not, many aspects of our lives involve a review process. In college, your professors were reviewers who evaluated and graded your work. When you appl [Read More]
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How to Respond to Reviewer Comments and Revise Your Research Paper - Enago Academy
We provide tips that will help you make the task of responding to reviewer comments less stressful. Follow these easy steps and all the best! [Read More]
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How to respond to reviewers’ comments: A practical guide for authors – Language Editing
When you respond to reviewers’ comments, maintain a positive attitude and be open to criticism. This guide can help you prepare well-crafted letters to reviewers. [Read More]
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Writing scientific manuscripts: most common mistakes
I have had the privilege of serving as editor-in-chief for 11 years of two scientific journals: The Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics and the Journal of the World Federation of Orthodontists. I had... [Read More]
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