More on rejection

More on rejection

Often I receive emails from authors about rejected papers, arguing that they could easily address referee comments if only they were given the chance. Remember though that, decisions are generally based on a number of factors, including the fit with the journal, how exciting the paper would be to the readership, and referee comments. It is perhaps also pertinent to point out that more time spent getting the manuscript right before submission is always a better strategy than chancing the comments of referees.

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