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Go to the profile of Yasin Ghulam
Yasin Ghulam over 1 year ago

Excellent remarks.

Go to the profile of Muhammad Naeem Nizam
Muhammad Naeem Nizam over 1 year ago

good

Go to the profile of Sunil Kumar
Sunil Kumar over 1 year ago

Very good explained 

Go to the profile of Dr. Felix Bongomin
Dr. Felix Bongomin over 1 year ago

Awesome. Key points came out very clearly

Go to the profile of Kamuyu Mwai
Kamuyu Mwai 8 months ago

This is where i disagree with the whole exercise of "peer reviewing". Whom did Sir Isaac Newton cite in his presentation of "Law of Gravity". Professor Rueda talks of experiments & controls done appropriately" meaning if the author invented his/her method unknown to current Scientific community then they wont have been done appropriately? This where we get into a rut (as scientists) as far as advancing or promoting innovation.

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Ali aba 5 months ago

very good

Go to the profile of Rabiu Aliyu
Rabiu Aliyu 5 months ago

This was really very educative and of benefit from experience of a professor. I have some experience in peer reviewing for some Nigerian and Indian journals, but I was never used to structuring the report in to major and minor sections. I t really interesting and will get myself used to it, because it is more helpful to both the Editor and the authors.. 

Go to the profile of Sidi Mohammed Lahbib SEDDIKI
Sidi Mohammed Lahbib SEDDIKI about 2 months ago

well explained

Go to the profile of Oyetoro Oyebode Stephen

Great insights for praxis.