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My target journal’s reviewer has asked for major changes. I disagree. What do I do now?

Hi Akemi, Thank you for getting in touch with us regarding your query. Please note that most manuscripts submitted for review get at least a few comments from the journal-assigned peer reviewers/journal...

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I want more people to know about my research. What should I do?

Hi Edgar, Sorry to know that you department does not help you in promoting your research. There are several things that you could do on your own to ensure that your work reaches your target audience....

November 21, 2017 5
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What is the difference between a rejection letter and an appeal letter?

A rejection letter is the one sent by the journal editor to the corresponding author. It mentions the final status of the research manuscript. This letter primarily mentions the reason(s) for rejecting...

September 29, 2017 5
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What is open access publishing?

Open access publishing essentially means that a manuscript is freely available online, without any paywalls or restrictions pertaining to reuse of work communicated in the manuscript. This model of publishing...

September 29, 2017 5
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Is it important to adhere to the journal guidelines when drafting the manuscript?

Yes. Every journal has a pre-defined format and structure for the articles that are published. This structure has to be adhered to before submitting your manuscript. Failure to do so guarantees instant...

September 29, 2017 5
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Why should one carefully choose journals before submitting a research paper?

Selecting the right journal is one of the most important steps in publishing your research. Often, the credibility of a research paper is judged by the journal it is published in. There are several other...

September 29, 2017 5
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Where can I find a list of predatory journals?

Predatory journals are those journals that publish anything for a fee. Until January this year, the most commonly used list for identifying predatory journals was the one published by Jeffrey Beall, a...

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