Your current browser version is out of date, in order not to affect your use, it is recommended that you use the latest Google Browser, Firefox browser, 360 browser, after changing the browser use more smoothly! (note! Dual-core browser please switch to speed mode)
14 July 2022
What is the difference between the first draft duplicate check and the final draft duplicate check?

  Duplicate checking is the most critical step before the completion of the paper, which directly determines whether the paper can pass. Next, the editor will share with you the difference between the duplication check of the first draft and the duplication check of the final draft.

  The difference between the first draft duplication check and the final draft duplication check: the first draft duplication check is not so important. The first draft is only a semi-finished product, and the author has not conducted a formal review of the manuscript since he has formally submitted it, so there is no duplication check problem; When the manuscript is finalized and the author formally submits to the magazine, the article must be checked for duplication. At this time, the check for duplication is very important, which is related to whether your article can be published.

  In fact, duplicate checking is needed for both the first draft and the final draft, so as to understand the repetition rate of the paper and modify the duplicate checking of the paper in time. In fact, for duplicate checking of the paper, choosing the duplicate checking and detection system of the paper has become a problem for everyone, because we don't know what kind of detection system to choose is good for ourselves.

  Whether it is the first draft or the final draft. Duplication checking is a necessary stage for the public publication of articles. If the duplication checking results do not meet the standards and exceed the specified standards, the articles cannot be published, and the personal development of serious authors will be affected. The duplication checking standards also need to be strictly grasped by authors. Different publications have different duplication checking standards, and the higher the publication level, the stricter the standards, so the authors who publish high-level publications need special attention.