Journal requirements, Rejection

Rejection of Scientific Papers – Part I

Researchers usually dread the prospect of having their manuscript rejected when it is submitted for publication, since it represents a big setback to their endeavors. There are myriad reasons for this, and it is essential to understand the fundamental considerations involved in maximizing the probability of acceptance. This post outlines the journal requirements and research aspects with an example of relevant data.

Rejection of Scientific Papers – Part I

The next post will summarize the typical concerns that a peer reviewer may have, and some tips to reduce the chances of rejection.

This post was written by William Stevenson, an English editor with Enago.

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