After your manuscript has gone through peer review, you may need to revise it to address the reviewers’ concerns.
If this is not done sufficiently, it could subject your manuscript to another round of ‘revise and resubmit’, ‘accept with revisions’, or worse ‘reject after revisions’.
So how do you respond to reviewer comments productively? You will be expected to prepare a revised version of the manuscript and write a response letter explaining how you have addressed the feedback from your reviewers.
There can be a lot to consider, so read on for a step-by-step guide to make it a straightforward process.