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Elisa Freschi

In my experience, the difficult part is that whenever I submit a paper I do not know when I will receive the verdict and how much I will have to change. Thus, it is difficult to plan in advance and to set aside enough time for it. Once the R & R comments might be dealt with in only one full day of work, another time they require almost as much work as it would take to rewrite the article in full. The same applies to proofs: Once I can deal with them in a few hours in the way you say. Another time they are so full of added mistakes that I need to spend hours on them.
I still could not find a proper solution. Could you? Or do others receive only clean proofs and "easy" R & Rs?

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