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Introduction: brief context, thanking the reviewers, outline of letter. List of changes: a list of the significant changes that were made compared to the previous version, each change attributed to the reviewers whose feedback suggested it.
Introduction: brief context, thanking the reviewers, outline of letter. List of changes: a list of the significant changes that were made compared to the previous version, each change attributed to the reviewers whose feedback suggested it.
Introduction: brief context, thanking the reviewers, outline of letter. List of changes: a list of the significant changes that were made compared to the previous version, each change attributed to the reviewers whose feedback suggested it.
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.
Revision literally means to see again, to look at something from a fresh, critical perspective. It is an ongoing process of rethinking the paper: reconsidering your arguments, reviewing your evidence, refining your purpose, reorganizing your presentation, reviving stale prose.
Actually, "revision requested" is more informative since "revise and resubmit" could mean that the paper is rejected and being revised for resubmission to another journal.
Rule 1: Provide an overview, then quote the full set of reviews. Rule 2: Be polite and respectful of all reviewers. Rule 3: Accept the blame. Rule 4: Make the response self-contained. Rule 5: Respond to every point raised by the reviewer. Rule 6: Use typography to help the reviewer navigate your response.
Have a clear structure. Start with a kind intro thanking editor and reviewers. Be precise and respond to every single comment. Challenge the reviewers, if need be. Show some 'blood' Exploit differences between reviewers to your benefit. Incorporate most, if not all of the additional literature the reviewers suggest.
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