The corrections will be published only if a significant error is found in the paper like factually incorrect published information. Minor Corrections which do not significantly affect the content and understanding of the paper like spelling mistakes, typographical errors, and grammatical errors will not be published.
The Version of Record (VoR) includes:
*The paper, revised and accepted following peer review, in its final form, including the abstract, text, references, bibliography, and all accompanying tables, illustrations, data; and
*Any supplemental material.
We publish corrections to the VoR as errata or corrigenda, if there is a serious error, for example with regard to scientific accuracy, or if your reputation or that of the journal would be affected. We do not publish corrections that would not affect the article in a material way, nor significantly impair the reader's understanding of the article.
If author/s realizes that some significant changes/corrections must be done after publication of the article, the author can write a letter to Editor-in-Chief stating the reason and justification along with the changes of the article. The author should clearly mention the complete details of the changes made in the article and need to be signed by all the authors. After receiving all these details correctly, the Editor-in-Chief handles the issue via consulting Editor/ and Reviewers (who had handled the article before) to take a final decision.
Refutations are peer-reviewed, and where possible they are sent to the same referees who reviewed the original paper. A copy is usually also sent to the corresponding author of the original paper for signed comments. Refutations are typically published in the Communications Arising section of Nature (which is online-only) or the Correspondence section of other Nature Research journals, sometimes with a brief response from the original authors. Some submitted refutations are eventually published as retractions by the paper's authors.
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1 . Errata:
An erratum refers to a correction of errors introduced to the article by the publisher.All publisher-introduced changes are highlighted to the author at the proof stage and any errors are ideally identified by the author and corrected by the publisher before final publication.If there is an error in a figure or table, the usual procedure is to publish a sentence of rectification. A significant error in the figure or table is corrected by publication of a new corrected figure or table as an erratum. The figure or table is republished only if the editor considers it necessary.Notification of an important error made by the journal that affects the publication record or the scientific integrity of the paper, or the reputation of the authors or of the journal.
2 . Corrigenda:
A Corrigenda refers to a list of corrections of errors, more commonly, a list of corrections of printed errors.It refers to a change to their article that the author wishes to publish at any time after acceptance.IJET journal will publish corrigenda if there is an error in the published author list, but not usually for overlooked acknowledgements. Authors should contact the Editor of the journal, who will determine the impact of the change and decide on the appropriate course of action.
3 . Addenda:
Addenda are judged on the significance of the addition to the interpretation of the original publication.Addenda include Editorial Expression of Concern, which is an editorial statement alerting our readership to serious concerns with the published paper.They are published when the editors decide that the addendum is crucial to the reader's understanding of a significant part of the published contribution.Editorial Expression of Concern are typically updated with another amendment once further information is available.