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Reviewer reports play critical roles in maintaining the high standards in the journal. A reviewer report should comprehensively critique the paper and consist of much more than a few brief sentences. Our journal does not dictate a specific format for reviewer reports; however, a preferred format includes a Summary, Major issues, and Minor issues.
We encourage reviewers to help authors improve the quality of their manuscripts. The report should give constructive analysis and point-by-point recommended revisions to authors, particularly. If reviewers do not wish authors to see some specific comments, they can open a subsection of "the Confidential Comments to the Editor" in their report to add these comments.
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honest errors reported by the authors,
research misconduct (data fabrication),
duplicate or overlapping publication,
fraudulent use of data,
clear plagiarism, and
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