What is the difference between a withdrawn article and a retracted article in Briefland journals?
To find out more about the probable coverage of retraction and withdrawal of an article, we describe their similarities and differences below.
||Taking back an article from a journal, either by Author or by EIC, just before final publishing or in "In press."
||Publishing a new related article defining that a previously published one is not correct or needs a change
|Old PDF Format of the article
||Will be removed
||It will be remained only after adding a watermark on each page saying that the article has been retracted.
|Old HTML Format of the article
- Nothing will remain except title, authors, and affiliations.
- An additional "[Withdrawn Article]" will be added to the beginning of the title.
- The body of the article will be changed to "This article is withdrawn by EIC or Authors request."
- The article will be published in a regular issue.
- The abstract will remain.
- The body of the article will be changed to "This article is retracted by EIC or Authors request."
- An additional "[Retracted Article]" will be added to the beginning of the title.
- A link to the retraction note will be available and working.
- A WITHDRAWN: text will be added to the beginning
- The abstract will be replaced with Ahead of Print article withdrawn by the publisher.
- A new article with the exact reason for retraction will be published.
- Old article's text and citations will remain unchanged unless for an updated note indicating Retraction in JOURNAL. YESR MONTH; VOL(ISSUE): eID.
|The old article's status might be
In any state which is not finally published yet, such as:
- Peer Review
- In Press Published (Ahead of Print)
|Final Published (Article is published with Vol/Issue)
|A New Article is
||Required and must be from the type of RETRACTION
||PubMed / COPE Cases
||PubMed / COPE