Unformatted text preview: be revised: there are always some mistakes! (1 week to 1 month) • The author revises the manuscript in light of the changes requested by the editor or withdraws his submission (in some cases, to send it to another journal). The revised version is sent back to the editor with a letter describing the revisions or justifying the status quo. (1 week to 1 year) • The editor evaluates whether the necessary modifications have been made. In some cases he may ask the original referees to re‐
evaluate the revised article. Generally, a final decision is given at this stage. If the article is accepted, the editor typically asks for some minor corrections (presentation or style). (2 weeks to 2 months) • The author submits a final version to the editor who sends the article to the printer. (1 week to 6 months) 38 Lab 2 ‐ Scientific Literature • The printer sends the galley proofs of the article to the author to check the correctness of his transcription and to correct any remaining errors. The author returns the proof...
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2014 for the course BIO 1130 taught by Professor Fenwick during the Fall '08 term at University of Ottawa.
- Fall '08