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When responding to reviewers, it helps to present your responses in a clear format, such as a table.
After you submit your manuscript to the journal you have selected, you will wait for a period of time before hearing from the editor. This blog discusses the possible outcomes and how to handle them.
Carrying out research is only really part of the story, because if you don’t tell people about the results you might as well never have bothered. At some stage you will want to write a manuscript and submit it to a journal to be considered for publication. Each step in this process has possible pitfalls to be avoided.