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Congratulations on being invited to peer review for a reputed journal. It is indeed a great honor, because it implies that the journal considers you to be an accomplished subject expert. Although the monetary...

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Hi Angelo, It is really unfortunate that you will have to withdraw your manuscript from the journal. You probably many not be required to pay any withdrawal charges but there may be other consequences...

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Hi Ebekozien, Your question about  predatory conferences is very much relevant. There are several researchers who get such invites but fail to recognize them as predatory. However, there are some ways...

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Hi Florián,   Your question is quite important and this has become a very relevant issue given the number of journals that are getting published on a regular basis. As a researcher, you would be...

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Dear Lucas, Thank you for getting in touch with Enago Academy. Sorry to know that your PhD advisor is indirectly asking you to commit research fraud. As you may be aware, data fabrication is considered...

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Yes, you can. However, you would need to check with the respective journal. Some journals (especially traditional subscription journals) do not allow authors to upload their manuscripts to repositories....

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There are a number of reference managers currently available for researchers. Some of these tools are free, while others are paid. Mendeley, EndNote, ReadCube, Zotero, Citavi, and RefWorks are some of...

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In order to ensure that your research is easily reproducible, it is important to make sure your methods...

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Yes. ImpactStory has created a tool called Unpaywall that is based on data from the oaDOI...

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