Infographic: 4 Common reasons for manuscript withdrawal

4 Common reasons for manuscript withdrawal

Once you find a suitable journal for your manuscript, you have to format it as per the journal instructions and then submit it. However, it is possible that you might encounter certain situations that may force you to withdraw your manuscript from the journal. This infographic lists and explains four common reasons for manuscript withdrawal. 

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