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Update for January:
Last month, we started to offer an Automated Editing option for our free Premium re-edits. This new tool is still under development, and we are working to make improvements. The advantage of this tool is that we can return your edited file in one business day for free. This tool was developed using the expertise of our editors at AJE and is designed to make changes appropriate for scientific writing. For the types of changes that our Automated Editing makes, check out this article:
Update for October:
This month, we launched Advanced Editing as a third option for AJE Editing. This service was created in response to customer feedback about offering a better re-edit discount along with discounts off of other services. The features are as follows:
- Guaranteed match with a professionally trained in-house editor
- 50% discount on re-edits of your paper that was previously edited using Advanced Editing
- 10% discount on Figures and Formatting
- 5% discount on Journal Recommendation
To find out more, visit our Editing Services page.
Update for September:
Scientific Editing by our partner Nature Research Editing Services now includes one free language re-edit. This free re-edit allows you to revise your paper based on the comments and the report you receive and then to have those changes edited for language errors. This free re-edit must be claimed within 6 months of your original order. To claim this free re-edit, email our support staff and attach your revised paper. Most re-edits (less than 18 000 words) can be completed within 4 business days.
Previous updates can be found in this article.