Answered By: Ellen Phillips
Last Updated: Jul 27, 2018     Views: 14

  • A pre-print manuscript refers to your own version of the article as it existed when it was submitted for peer review.
  • A post-print manuscript refers to your own version of the article after revisions following peer review.
  • The publisher’s copy will include the journal formatting and page numbers, and will usually be a PDF document.

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