Peer review has a vital role in the research process and publication of a paper, and the critical step in that process is the revision of the paper. However, knowing how to respond to reviewers’ comments isn’t always easy – do it right and you can see your paper get published, and do it wrong and it will be rejected.
When the authors make revisions to their articles in response to reviewers’ comments, they are asked to submit a list of changes and comments to the reviewers. If possible, the revised versions are usually returned to the original reviewers, who are then asked to affirm whether the revisions have been carried out satisfactorily.
PubPapers assists the authors in responding to the reviewers’ comments in an academic and official form, which significantly increases the paper acceptance rate.