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I am writing to explore the possibility of collaborating with fellow scholars interested in the intersection of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Digital Innovation. I have recently submitted a manuscript to the International Journal of Development Issues and received valuable comments for revision. I believe that collaborative efforts can significantly enhance the quality and impact of our research in this field.
Please just contact me and we can discuss further.
Assuming as a Reviewer I am assigned to review a manuscript and I find it difficult reviewing due to grammatical and typo-errors, is it acceptable to make corrections before reviewing the manuscript or it must be sent back to the author (s) to effect such corrections as identified.
How can I check the status of a manuscript that I have submitted to JMIS (Journal of Management Information Systems)? I submitted my manuscript via e-mail and I did not receive any reply e-mail confirming the success of my submission.
Hi, I'm submitting a systematic review and meta-analysis and I'd like to incorporate the forest plots generated in R into a table containing all the numerical data. I'm curious if the publisher will accept them in SVG format and if they can be positioned alongside the table in the Word document of the manuscript?
Jurnal Keperawatan Widya Gantari Indonesia (JKWGI)
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JKWGI invites authors to submit manuscripts reporting original research, review articles, case reports, and other Nursing educational innovations for publication.
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I'm currently working on probiotic adherence to human's gut and, while writing the manuscript, received a question from one of assesors whether there is a minimum adherence inhibition? Maybe in 30% 50%?
As far as I read papers, none has ever mentioned.
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Oncology Research Special Issue on Non-Coding RNAs in Clinical Applications of Solid Cancers will be closed on September 21, 2023, if your manuscript is within the scope of this special issue, please do not hesitate to submit!
I sent a manuscript to a Journal for publishing. The journal requested me to nominate three potential reviewers. who can help with this issue? they requested the First name, last name, email, and reason for selecting this reviewer.
I just finish to read the letter to the editor "Is ChatGPT a valid author?" at Nurse Education in Practice doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2023.103600 and I cannot believe that so far there are 2 manuscripts using the tool and cite the tool as a co-author. I have try the app to see how that works using very technical questions and some not that much. I am amaze with the technology of the app, how accurate it is for the not too technical, and how "honest" is with the things that are too technical and there is not enough data. The largest problem that I saw is the lack or reference on the statements, it might say in journal X or Y and the year, but never the author (In the examples that I checked, I couldn't find none of the 3 papers that it references in the text). As every tool it opens a lot of opportunities, the good ones and the other. The discussion is should we incorporate it in class as a tool? Will this increase plagiarism or will help to polish the writing? How much should we disclaim the use of it? if we do should we disclose the use of other tools such as Grammarly? What do you think?
Recently, I have sumitted my article to a journal (23 June), the editor suggested that major revision, the two reviewers are also interested in my article and ask some questions for my experiment. I have sumitted my revised manuscript (27 July), then the editor told me I need to revise my manuscript thoroughly due to the language issues. In addition, the editor recommdated the journal editing service and emphasized that my article may be rejected due to the language issues. Due to the expensive cost of the journal editing service, I would like to take a cheaper editing service. I wonder that if I don't use the journal editing service, will the editor approve my article? Or should I withdraw the article and resubmit to other journal?
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Thank you for your submission . Our impression is that the above-mentioned manuscript could become suitable for publication in ***. However, the quality and clarity of the language used in the manuscript would benefit from a thorough revision. Implementing these changes will enable our readers to focus on the scientific content of your manuscript. You might consider using a professional language polishing service, such as *** Language Editing Services.
Please note that your submission may be rejected due to language issues. For one example, the logic of the Introduction Section is poor. Please revise the manuscript thoroughly, and we will decide whether or not the revised version can be sent out for external review.
We are preparing a Special Issue on Biodiversity and Research in Central America to be published in the journal Neotropical Biology and Conservation.
Central America hosts about 5–12% of the world's biological diversity and is often referred to as a hyperdiversity hotspot in the Neotropical region. Amongst others, it is one of the top five most diverse regions for vascular plants. Because of its geographical placement, Mesoamerica is a key area for understanding both ecological and evolutionary processes to which tropical species are subjected. The dynamic landscape of Central America had a direct impact on the diversification and colonization of biota in the isthmus, thus creating new niches. Despite the region's potential for investigation, relatively little attention has been given in comparison to other Neotropical regions. This special issue aims to create a space to promote research conducted in this unique and diverse region and to give it the recognition it deserves.
If you think your research is suitable for this Special Issue, we invite you to submit a manuscript. The submission deadline is 30 December 2023.
All manuscripts submitted and accepted to this special issue will be published free of charge. This is a great opportunity to publish your work open access for free!
The editors of this special issue are Monika Lipińska, Maria Mercedes Lopez-Selva and José Monzón Sierra.
We are looking forward to receiving your manuscripts.
Do you agree with me that the journal's editor's decision regarding your submitted paper is frequently influenced by factors other than the caliber of your work? Unfortunately, your name and your place of residence may be crucial factors in either desk rejection or moving the work to the review procedure.
If a manuscript has been published in a campus repository, then the manuscript will be published in a journal. Is this allowed in terms of publication ethics?
You can write a manuscript using ChatGPT, which barely be identified by humans or other software. These may mislead scientists and science, especially the research field.
It is not impossible that people trust ChatGPT than research findings.
What precautions should the scientific community take?
For instance, if I a particular school is the setting of my research study, is it acceptable for me to mention the name of that school in the Manuscript under ethical considerations?
As an Editorial Board member of an International Journal on Risk Management in the US, I am being given an opportunity to create a special issue on: Compliance Management in the Digital Age. The Special Issue would be published bi-annually. Part of the requirements is to have at least 6 Guest Editors of the Special Issue where I will be serving as the Lead Editor. The Role of Guest Editors include:
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I have published several articels in NLM cataloged journals, of which it seems that they can be submitted via author manuscript submission. Though it appears that only NIH funded manuscripts may be published?
If I did not have funding for my articles, is there a way to submit my NLM cataloged submission to get a PMC on PubMed?
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It is a question that I came across while reading answers to questions regarding expensive fees being charged to professional authors by global prominent publishers, in order, to get their manuscripts/articles/books/etc. published.
I am preparing a manuscript to submit to the journal Expert Systems with Applications. I have these instructions for the submission "It is mandatory that the full names, full affiliation with country and email address of every contributing author must be included in title (authorship) page of the manuscript. The first page of the manuscript should contain the title of the paper, and the full name, full affiliation with country and email address of every contributing author. The second page of the manuscript should begin with the paper abstract. Note that cover letter is not title (authorship) page." Does anybody know how I can achieve this result using the official LaTeX template of elsevier articles (elsarticle.cls)?
I submitted a manuscript in the ACS MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS, from the next day of submission it is showing submitted to editorial office and under review. After 12 days the status is same. My question is that if the manuscript will go to the peer review what will be status?
I have a compact, sequentially-written manuscript, perceived as a "Full length article", which represents a novel methodology for a research criteria. The paper contains much VBA, where the outcomes are specifically dependent on. The word count is around 11000 words.
Does anybody know whether exist some Elsevier published journal, that allow more than 8000 words for a full length article?
Much thanks in advance
After two rounds of revision, the status of my manuscript has changing from "Awaiting Reviewer Invitation" to "Awaiting Reviewer Assignment" within a span of three months. This change has occurred multiple times. Does anyone have any insights into why this is happening?
My manuscript, which I sumbit to a journal of Sage in September 2022, passed the Editor stage and was taken for peer review. After 11 months, the referee evaluation was finalised. They rejected it without revision today. The editor said that "Although the reports are generally positive, we are unable to accept your submission for publication. This is due to the sheer volume of submissions we have received over the past few years. As a result, the acceptance rate had to be strongly reduced." There are contradictory statements that I cannot make sense of. How can an article with a "positive report" be rejected without revision after 11 months with the excuse of the acceptance rate of the journal? If they are sensitive to the acceptance rate, why do they take it to peer review and how do they see themselves the right to keep it waiting for 11 months? Isn't it unfair to keep them waiting for 11 months to give a direct rejection?
Despite the positive reports, they only showed me the review text of one referee. Unfortunately, the review of the referee full of contradictions is very superficial and there is not even a concrete argument and criticism. I cannot see the other reviews at all. After 11 months, I am very upset to be rejected with an acceptance rate excuse and an inconsistent referee review. What can I do against this situation? How can I claim my rights? How can I complain about the editor's unfair attitude and approach. I need your help very much. Thank you!
Dear colleagues from the field of (Cognitive) Literary Studies,
I conducted an empirical study on "Waiting for Godot" during my time as a graduate student and completed the initial manuscript of the article in ca. 2011/2012. I have since moved into TEFL and don't see when, or if ever, I will finish the article and submit it. However, the empirical data has been collected and analyzed, the manuscript is written, and the results are, I think, relevant to Literary Studies (in particular: Cognitive Literary Studies, literary studies on Samuel Beckett). A summary of the article's content is given below. A conference poster on the study is here:
I am guessing that the article is 75-80% complete, although some of the literature is out of date by now. I am looking for a co-author or collaborator to finish the article and hand it in. I would be responsible for handling the empirical section of the article. I'd be happy to send you the manuscript, so that you can make your own assessment. A possible venue for publication would be "Scientific Study of Literature". I have published in peer-reviewed journals with De Gruyter and John Benjamins since.
All the best,
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Working title: A Cognitive Analysis of Waiting for Godot
Summary: The study employed cognitive action scripts, which are mental representations of stereotypical activities, to contrast the characters' actions in the play with the audience's scripted expectations. A questionnaire survey was conducted to generate scripts of audience expectations for the characters' various activities. The analysis demonstrates a disconnect between the audience's scripts, which are linear/logical, and the characters' actions, which violate these scripted expectations. The study concludes that action scripts provide a basis for understanding the characters' behavior; their actions and activities appear absurd/illogical/non-teleological when contrasted with the audience's scripts (cf. Theater of the Absurd).
Reviewers play a crucial role in the peer review process by evaluating the quality and validity of manuscripts. Many journals are open to having PhD students as reviewers, especially if they have expertise in the subject area of the submitted manuscript. Reviewing manuscripts can be a valuable experience for PhD students as it allows them to stay abreast of the latest research, improve their critical thinking and writing skills, and contribute to the scientific community.
I wrote two manuscripts regarding validations of two different instruments using a same sample.
Even though the two instruments are different, the demographic description is similar because they used same sample. In this case, it could be considered as plagiarism??
Is there anyone who wrote different manuscripts using a same sample?
I published one manuscript about A instrument. The other manuscript about B instrument is under review and one of reviewers pointed out that the manuscript had a risk of plagiarism.
In this case, what should I do??
Please give me a helpful tips.
Thank you so much.
I want to know what it means of this status in the review process and what are further possibilities regarding the manuscript.
Thanks in Advance.
Where i should add the following in the manuscript file?
(1) Competing Interests
(2) Author's contribution statement
(3) Ethical and informed consent for data used.
Please check the attached UV-Vis. spectra of Beta cyclodextrin hydrate, which exhibited peaks at 225 and 272 and a shoulder peak. Please help me write a reason behind it. I searched the literature, but it doesn't match with the published manuscripts except for one paper where they didn't explain.
AI English editing tools often work wrong in manuscript writing, and the human brain is still ahead of AI tools. Please discuss it
If someone uses ChatGPT to improve sentence structure or vocabulary of a research manuscript, should it be deemed unethical by journals?
Some authors already take language improvement services from commercial firms like editage. Many researcher use AI based softwares like Grammarly to improve language.
Can ChatGPT be used as a costless alternative?
I served as a reviewer for journal B. I noticed that I already reviewed the same manuscript for journal A. I provided my comments (a couple of pages long) for improvement for journal A. However, the author (s) completely ignored my comments and made no changes to submit to journal B. The manuscript has been rejected by journal A because it does not meet the journal's quality standards.
I reported it to the journal editor and stated that I already reviewed this manuscript for another journal. The author (s) made no changes by reflecting on my comments.
My question is this: Do you think it should be the author’s academic freedom to revise or not to revise before submitting to another journal? Or should it be considered unethical practice? Also, should the manuscript be rejected if it is considered unethical?
Do you recommend any bases for finding relevant magazines?
Where do you check, for example, how many days until the first decision? What is the average acceptance of manuscripts in the journal?
I recently submitted a case series article to the European Atherosclerosis Journal (European Atherosclerosis Journal (eathj.org) following which I chose to withdraw the manuscript after the first peer review requesting revisions. I haven't received any response from the editorial team after a week. What do you suggest I do?
I am not sure how and when to apply for the Green Open Access mode of publication. Is it after the journal accepts the manuscript for publication or otherwise? When I tried to opt for the same during the submission of my manuscript in a reputed open access journal, I did not find any option for the Green Open Access mode of publication. Kindly help.
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Summary The design philosophy and methodology of civil engineering structures have been constantly evolving, from the early strength-based to more recent performance-based design and the current intensively researched emerging resilience-based design. Because failure of civil engineering structures often leads to catastrophic consequences, the primary focus of all these design methods is the safety of structures while considering other aspects such as performance and resilience. With the economic growth, population increase and urbanization, as well as global warming and the depletion of natural resources, to meet the societal need for sustainable development, the construction of civil engineering structures also needs to consider sustainability, durability and smart lifecycle management besides safety, performance and resilience.
While steel and concrete are still the main structural materials today, several promising new options have emerged as alternative or supplemental materials for structural use. These emerging materials include fiber-rein-forced polymer composites, fiber-reinforced cementitious composites, fabric-reinforced concrete, seawater sea-sand concrete, ultrahigh-performance concrete, ultrahigh-performance steel, and various types of green materials. Although these materials hold great potential for stronger, lighter and more durable structures, their adoption in structural engineering has been slow.
This Special issue covers a wide range of modern trends in the study of the analysis, design, integrity, and safety of engineering structures and materials based on experimental testing, numerical simulations, and analytical/theoretical analyses.
Topics of interests include (but are not limited to): · Design, integrity, reliability, and safety of engineering structures; · Damage mechanics; · Structural performance under extreme loadings; · Construction materials; · Condition assessment of civil infrastructure; · Fatigue reliability assessment of critical structures; · Quasi-static, earthquake, wind, impact, fire, and blast loadings; · Advances in reliability and optimization of structural systems; · Bridge analysis, design, assessment, monitoring and management; · Vibration Analysis for Civil Engineering Structures; · Management of Civil Infrastructure; · Codes and standards; · Composite structures; · Artificial Intelligence; Machine-learning
I have made a study in the area of mobile advertising and my manuscript has around 15,000 words. I am trying hard to concise the word length but it is affecting the quality of my paper. Please recommend any good journal which has an impact factor above 2.0 and accepts articles up to 15,000 words.
Hello, the question is why it is required to conduct synthesis of poly(amic acids) (e.g. pyromelitic dianhydride + 4,4'-oxadianiline) in inert atmosphere? Does the product can go further to imidization step in presence of moisture? In all manuscripts it is mentioned that the similar synthesise it was inert atmosphere.
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I sent an email to the Editor-in-Chief (EIC), Associate Editor (AE), and journal administrator inquiring about the possibility of extending the revision deadline, four days before the deadline. However, I did not receive any responses. In this situation, may I submit the original manuscript to the journal again?
I have multiple pathways that are being studied due to single-cell sequencing. What is the best way to represent pathways or specifically KEGG pathways for a manuscript?
Other than heatmap, or putting the entire pathway, is there any other representation of the data?
It is long or more than 3 months, if the status of a manuscript is still as "invited editor" or " editor assigned", what does it mean? is the manuscript under review or with editor? is it normal to mail an editor asking to know the status or a manuscript?
Hope to get the quality answer from the experts and the experienced researchers here.
I resubmitted a revised manuscript to an Elsevier. After, I got a link for checking the progress of peer review status.
A few days after re-submitting the status showed as follows:
- Reviews completed: 2+
- Review invitations accepted: 2+
- Review invitations sent: 2+
After this, I found that the peer review status shows "Required Review Competed" and then it changes to "Under Review" several times.
Could anyone explains to me Why? Thank you.
Recently, I submitted a paper to Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques. However, the COVID-19 situation at my institution has significantly impacted our academic activities, and I can’t submit the revised manuscript to TMTT in time.
Although I have sent an email to the manager and editor-in-chief of TMTT requesting an extension of the deadline, I am not sure if this request can be granted.
They mentioned, 'If it is not possible for you to submit your revision in time, we may have to consider your paper as a new submission.' in the first decision email, which means that if I am unable to submit a revised manuscript, do I still have the opportunity to continue submitting to this journal?
Is it logical for a reviewer to send different comments after R1? We recieved comments and after submitting the revised MS, all the changes were satisfactory to reviewers as they did not raise any query regarding previous comments. But, in R2 totally different comments were made on the manuscript.
Environmental Science and Earth Science (ESES-2023) is an international platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to discuss interdisciplinary research and practices in the fields of Environmental Science and Earth Science.
This year ESES-2023 will take place from December 7-8, 2023 in Dubai. Prospective authors are invited to submit research abstracts or full papers.
In association with the journal Energy Nexus by Elesiver, selected papers will be published in their special issue.
Topics can include but are not limited to: • Sustainable Cities • Wastewater Management • Greenhouse Effects and Global Warming • Biodiversity Conservation • Renewable Energy
Both conference attendees and external authors from outside the conference are welcome to submit full papers to the special issue.
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Clara Bassano, | University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy
Praveen Pothala, | STEM International Organization, Singapore
Special Issue Submissions (SIS)
Manuscript submission information: Submission deadline: 01-Nov-2023.
The journal’s submission platform Editorial Manager: https://www.editorialmanager.com/nexus/default.aspx is available for receiving submissions to this Special Issue. Please refer to the Guide for Authors to prepare your manuscript, and select the article type of ” VSI: ESES-2023” when submitting your manuscript online. Both the Guide for Authors and the submission portal could be found on the Journal Homepage here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/energy-nexus.
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I need to make sure of the journal that I want to submit a manuscript is not fake.
I have the journal citation report for 2022 but I need a journal citation report for 2023.
I am looking for a statistician who can help me analyze data from two surveys: student & teacher answers regarding self-efficiency during the pandemic. S/he will become the fourth author of a manuscript.
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Why have I been making mistakes in submitting manuscripts to journals under the taylor & francis group recently ?
Any researcher who wants to collaborate on a manuscript related to neural networks, I can help him. I have experience with neural networks.
How to avoid it? I have an accepted manuscript in applied geophysics journal from springer (https://www.springer.com/journal/11770) according to my corresponding author. However, I discovered that this paper has been withdrwan from the journal and not issued in the previously-mentioned issue by him due to personal reasons, thus I really blame both the editorial board and the corresponding author for this. I am asking relevant researchers whom faced such a serious issue before to give their sincere opinion and I will accept, listen to all critisims and follow your guidence too.
I have submitted my manuscript to Steel and Composite Structures Journal two days ago. However, until now, I have not received a confirmation email from this journal. At the end of the submission steps, it was written that "Congratulations! Your Submission has been completed!"
Is this normal? What should I do now?
Our lab was working on a genus of invertebrate (taxonomic revisions and phylogeny). Suddenly we see a preprint in Research Gate, which has one of the new taxa attempted to be described that we are currently working on.
Interestingly the preprint is an unfinished manuscript which is still under review, but had a DOI number.
Is this ethical to do?, as we feel that this is clearly a research misconduct to prevent others from working on the taxa?
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We would like to sponsor a special issue of Research in HRM on HR Analytics. However, we are not sure if scholars would be willing to submit manuscripts on the topic.
If we sponsored a special issue on HR Analytics, would you submit a paper on the topic?
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Is it safe to upload the pre-proofs manuscripts version of your manuscript that has been accepted on researchgate?. I have a couple of accepted pre-proofs manuscripts with Elsver
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We are glad to inform you that I am currently serving as the guest editor for the Special Issue
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