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And it's OK for authors and reviewers to disagree. So long as authors can thoughtfully respond to the point of contention, it is then up to editors to decide if the revision and/or rebuttal has clarified the issue.

09:51 EDT 15 Aug 2019 | Nature Publishing

And it's OK for authors and reviewers to disagree. So long as authors can thoughtfully respond to the point of contention, it is then up to editors to decide if the revision and/or rebuttal has clarified the issue.

Original Article: And it's OK for authors and reviewers to disagree. So long as authors can thoughtfully respond to the point of contention, it is then up to editors to decide if the revision and/or rebuttal has clarified the issue.

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