Once peer reviewers respond with comments on an article submitted to a research journal, authors have to determine the most appropriate way of responding to their comments and recommendations, in order to ensure acceptance and eventual publication of the article. An outline of the strategies which may be adopted are described in the attached presentation.
From the moment you submit your paper to a journal until you receive the referee report may be a period filled with apprehension and/or expectation. The report of the peer reviewer goes a long way in deciding the publication prospects, and therefore the eventual impact of your work. The presentation below summarizes the typical considerations in putting together a referee report, based on the evaluation criteria used by the peer reviewer.
Peer Review can be a puzzling and many a times, frustrating process for researchers, even experienced ones. Peer review, which is expected to be an objective exercise, can never completely be free of subjectivity, due to its very nature. Further, the intricacies involved may make it difficult to comprehend various aspects of the process. The attached presentation highlights some of the criteria used for evaluating scientific manuscripts.