As a journal reviewer, your job is to evaluate manuscripts for scientific rigor, details of the work, figures and data, and effective formatting. To help you effectively carry out these responsibilities, I’ve outlined tips on how to approach the process, what to focus on, and how to communicate — including ways to avoid potential pitfalls.
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