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What resources would help author’s editors working on scientific manuscripts perform their tasks more efficiently? This article published in Learned Published presents…
The author describes common errors with style encountered in his editorial practice. These range from seemingly trivial errors with capitalisation and italicisation to…
This study tries to understand what kind of reviewer comments authors, particularly non-native English speaking authors from China, perceive as negative; how they react…
International journals solicit submissions from authors all over the world. But are these journals' author guidelines clear enough for nonnative English speakers? 
In recent years, many journal editorial departments have begun to employ freelance editors rather than an exclusively in-house team. Although a freelance editing model…
Editors have an important role in handling research misconduct. A session took place on the topic during the Council of Science Editors (CSE) Annual Meeting, May 2013,…
This article discusses tips for journal editors who are non-native English speakers and interested in transitioning their journal from a regional language to English. 
Poor English can prevent acceptances from top-tier international journals at the cost of valuable research. But, who should do the job of copy-editing such research…
Editing is an art that follows a strict scientific process. Authors can learn from the process and, in the absence of an edit, can at least survive if not succeed as…
Currently, many journal articles contain statistical flaws.  Journal editors and researchers are becoming increasingly concerned with the incorrect reporting of