Editorial Advisory ServiceWhat is editorial advice?
On the basis of a close reading of the structure and content of your manuscript, we help authors to rewrite in such a way as to comply with the following:
Why might you need editorial advice?
You may find editorial advice to be beneficial in any of the following circumstances:
What you will get if you ask for editorial advice
You will receive a comprehensive analytical report on your manuscript, which
If you think that your manuscript needs editorial advice, you can tell us so when you submit it for editing, either by e-mail or using our online form. Even if you do not commission editorial advice when you submit your paper for editing, while we are editing the English we will assess whether or not we think your paper would benefit from it. When we return an edited version, we will tell you if we think that your paper would benefit from editorial advice and tell you, in general terms, what problems we have identified.
What editorial advice does not include Editorial advice does not include writing your paper for you. You are responsible for the content. We assess the existing content and tell you whether it conforms to accepted structural standards for papers in the life sciences. If it does not, we will tell you in what ways it does not, and provide instructions for how to rewrite your paper so that it does conform. Our advice concerns form, not content. Once you have the form, it is up to you to determine how best to follow our instructions, given the particular content of your research.
In order to reduce costs, clients should commission editorial advice before they commission editing of English. That way, only one round of editing will be required.
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