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A summary of evaluation criteria for scientific manuscripts

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  • Peer-Review Process – Part I A summary of evaluation criteria for scientific manuscripts September 2010
    • Introduction
    • Overall Research Considerations
    • Evaluation of Presentation Aspects
    • Assessment of Description of Research
    Peer Review Process – Part I
  • Introduction
    • Importance of peer-review process:
      • Assessing originality and quality of published research
      • Suggesting improvements to the presentation and content
      • Ensuring that the objectives of the publishing journal are met
    • Requirements for peer reviewer:
      • Internationally recognized and accepted authority in chosen field
      • Extended creative and productive work experience, including publications
      • Objective outlook and excellent language skills
    • Introduction
    • Overall Research Considerations
    • Evaluation of Presentation Aspects
    • Assessment of Description of Research
    Peer Review Process – Part I
  • Overall Research Considerations - I
    • Understanding the central premise of the article
    • whether effectively conveyed through abstract, introduction/motivation, discussion, conclusions
    • Assess validity of research and its specific or broad relevance
    • if the research is fundamentally sound and what is the nature of audience targeted
    • Extent of advance , in terms of current state of knowledge or application
    • whether the nature of the progress is fundamental or incremental
  • Overall Research Considerations - II
    • Determine whether the article represents:
      • Original , path-breaking research
      • Builds upon existing work
      • Derives partially from published work
      • If plagiarism is involved
    • Ascertain the suitability of the article:
      • For the chosen journal
      • Appropriate journal section and target audience
    • Introduction
    • Overall Research Considerations
    • Evaluation of Presentation Aspects
    • Assessment of Description of Research
    Peer Review Process – Part I
  • Evaluation of Presentation Aspects - I
    • Check conformity with:
      • Recommended journal style
      • Guidelines prescribed by journal
    • Good language characterized by:
      • Proper grammar
      • Suitable expressions
      • Appropriate punctuations
  • Evaluation of Presentation Aspects - II
    • Effectiveness and elegance of communication
    • whether the writing style is clear and engaging, and characterized by brevity
    • Article should be well organized
    • Tables, charts or figures
    • should be promptly comprehensible and publication ready
    • Technical terms should be explained wherever necessary and appropriate scientific notations and units should be used
    • Introduction
    • Overall Research Considerations
    • Evaluation of Presentation Aspects
    • Assessment of Description of Research
    Peer Review Process – Part I
  • Assessment of Description of Research - I
    • Research strategy and methodology
    • arguments in favor of adopting and implementing both should be lucid
    • D etailed scrutiny of the measurements and/or calculations
    • including validity of analysis techniques and accuracy of calculations
    • Inferences/conclusions
    • whether these are appropriate and relevant
    • Make a judgment about the possible reproducibility of the results
  • Assessment of Description of Research - II
    • Assess whether the work described is self-contained
    • or if further measurements are required to address the primary goals
    • Literature survey and references
      • whether these are appropriate
      • do not exclude significant or relevant publications in the field
    • The key conclusions are persuasively delineated and they are consistent with the hypotheses of the authors
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