1. PDF Response to Reviewers [Cover Letter]

    in terms of providing a more rigorous model evaluation. We hope that the manuscript has been improved towards GMD standards after this revision. [Comment 1] English grammar requires improvement throughout. Response: We went through the entire manuscript to eliminate grammatical mistakes. [Comment 2] There are too many tables. In general the ...

  2. How to write a cover letter for journal submission

    Avoid too much detail - keep your cover letter to a maximum of one page, as an introduction and brief overview. Avoid any spelling and grammar errors and ensure your letter is thoroughly proofed before submitting. Click to enlarge your PDF on key information to include in your cover letter.

  3. Cover letters

    Cover Letters. The cover letter is a formal way to communicate with journal editors and editorial staff during the manuscript submission process. Most often, a cover letter is needed when authors initially submit their manuscript to a journal and when responding to reviewers during an invitation to revise and resubmit the manuscript.

  4. PDF Meredith S. Simpson, PhD

    manuscript text in the revised file. Thank you again for your consideration of our revised manuscript. Sincerely, Janet Sestina, PhD, Associate Professor . University of Melville . 112 Oceanside Drive . Queequeg, ME 04009 . United States . 207-555-1212 . [email protected]

  5. PDF JCSHESA Revise & Resubmit Cover Letter Template

    Thank you for the opportunity to revise and resubmit our manuscript, [title of manuscript]. Enclosed is our revised manuscript for review. I appreciate immensely the feedback and opportunity to revise and resubmit my manuscript. This letter details how I addressed the Associate Editors and reviewers' feedback.

  6. PDF Writing the Revise and Resubmit Letter

    polite, appropriate, and readable letter. (See the next page for sample phrases to help you accomplish each move.) 1. Express gratitude. It is almost always appropriate to open the letter with an expression of gratitude. Reviewers have invested time and brai npower in providing detailed and comprehensive comments. Thank them for their efforts. 2.

  7. PDF Sample Cover Letter in APA Style for Manuscript Submission

    Dear Dr. Simpson, I am enclosing a submission to the Journal of Poetry and Psychology entitled "Poetry and the Cognitive Psychology of Metrical Constructs.". The manuscript is 40 pages long and includes four tables and two figures. I wish for the manuscript to be given a masked review. I request that my ex-partner [name blocked out] not be ...

  8. Writing an Effective Cover Letter for Manuscript Resubmission

    Draw attention to the changes made. Highlight all the changes you have made to the manuscript. This will form a positive impression on the editor and encourage him/her to consider that your resubmitted work is fit for publication. For example: "I have made every attempt to fully address these comments in the revised manuscript.".

  9. Mastering the Effective Cover Letter for Journal Submission: A

    If there are obvious potential concerns with your manuscript (such as a small sample size or the preliminary nature of the results), failing to address these upfront can be a missed opportunity to frame these issues in the best light. ... making a strong case for the publication of your manuscript. Expert Tips for a Revision-Proof Cover Letter ...

  10. Q: How do I write a cover letter for a revised manuscript?

    Answer: Actually, you don't need to provide a cover letter for a revised manuscript. A cover letter is needed only at the time of submitting the first version of a manuscript. However, in this case, the situation is not very clear. It seems the journal editor had a look at the manuscript and sent it back to you for changing it (so as not to ...

  11. Dos and don'ts in a cover letter

    Of course, cover letters are not only used during the first stage of submission. When working on a revised version of a manuscript, authors can reply to our revision requests in a cover letter ...

  12. Writing a Cover Letter for Journal Submission [Free Template]

    Address the editor formally by name, if known. Include your contact information, as well. This information is probably available through the journal's online submission system, but it is proper to provide it in the cover letter, too. Begin your cover letter with a paragraph that states the name of the manuscript and the names of the authors.

  13. Revising and responding

    When revising your manuscript and responding to peer review comments you must: Thank the reviewers and editors for their time and comments. Address all points raised by the editor and reviewers. Describe the major revisions to your manuscript in your response letter followed by point-by-point responses to the comments raised.

  14. PDF Submission

    - Revision letter example Address to the Editor/s Date: xx/xx/xxxx Dr. A. Surname Editor-in-Chief, Journal Street Address City, Postcode Country Dear Editor, Journal of Make-believe We would like to thank you for the letter dated xx/xx/xxxx, and the opportunity to resubmit a revised copy of this manuscript.

  15. Writing a Successful Journal Cover Letter (Free Templates)

    7 Journal submission tips and hacks from the experts. 7.1 Be personal, use the editor's name. 7.2 Tell them what you want to publish. 7.3 Summarize the highlights of your work. 7.4 Sell yourself. 7.5 Don't forget your "must have" statements. 8 See it in action: Edanz video on writing cover letters. 9 Get a cover letter template.

  16. Sample Cover Letter for Journal Manuscript Resubmissions

    Dear Sir, Madame, or Other: Enclosed is our latest version of MS# XX-XXX-XX-, that is, the re-re-re-revised revision of our paper. Choke on it. We have again rewritten the entire manuscript from start to finish. We even changed the goddamn running head! Hopefully we have suffered enough by now to satisfy even you and your bloodthirsty reviewers.

  17. Cover letters

    The following is an example of a poor cover letter: Dear Editor-in-Chief, I am sending you our manuscript entitled "Large Scale Analysis of Cell Cycle Regulators in bladder cancer" by Researcher et al. We would like to have the manuscript considered for publication in Pathobiology. Please let me know of your decision at your earliest ...

  18. Scientific Publishing in Biomedicine: How to Write a Cover Letter?

    2. The Function of the Cover Letter. A cover letter is "a brief business letter", which introduces the submitted manuscript to a prospective editor (s) ().There are essentially two types of letters; the first is the one that is initially submitted with the manuscript (cover letter), and the second is when a revision is being submitted (revised letter).

  19. Sample Letters to an Editor about Revisions to a Research Paper

    Appendix: Sample Responses to Letters from Academic and Scientific Editors. Each letter to an editor is unique, so the following letters are only examples, but they will provide you with ideas about how to format and word your own replies to academic and scientific editors. The letters are completely fictional, with invented names and situations.

  20. PDF Sample Response to Revision Request

    Following this letter are the editor and reviewer comments with our responses in italics, including how and where the text was modified. Changes made in the manuscript are marked using track changes. The revision has been developed in consultation with all coauthors , and each author has given approval to the final form of this revision.

  21. Three Cover Letter Templates to Journal Editors

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  23. PDF Sample Response to Reviewers

    Reviewer 1. There are numerous strengths to this study, including its diverse sample and well-informed hypotheses. Author response: Thank you! 1. Comment from Reviewer 1 noting a mistake or oversight in the manuscript. Author response: Thank you for pointing this out. The reviewer is correct, and we have [explain the change made].

  24. CRediT author statement

    CRediT author statement. CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) was introduced with the intention of recognizing individual author contributions, reducing authorship disputes and facilitating collaboration. The idea came about following a 2012 collaborative workshop led by Harvard University and the Wellcome Trust, with input from researchers, the ...