The seven deadly sins writers of academic papers should avoid

  title={The seven deadly sins writers of academic papers should avoid},
  author={Igor Svab},
  journal={The European Journal of General Practice},
  pages={254 - 256}
  • I. Svab
  • Published 2 October 2017
  • Computer Science
  • The European Journal of General Practice
Being an editor of a scientific journal is a challenging job. The editor’s task is to select articles regarding quality and interest. This is not always easy: we accept approximately 25% of manuscripts we receive. The obvious selection criterion is the quality of the manuscript. However, sometimes a paper suffers from other issues and these problems are not related to the scientific quality of the paper but to the proper conduct of the authors. Sometimes they are suspected early in the… 
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