Originally Posted by Blackhood
Did you commit one of which you were not accused?
Zero logical errors. When I submit papers, I usually don't reread them until either they're accepted (and I need to make final revisions) or they're rejected (and I need to send them somewhere else). Every time I go back and read a paper of mine that I hadn't read in a while, I think "Hey, that's pretty good!"
Originally Posted by harvey_birdman
Please don't keep us in suspense, which logical error were you accused of committing?
I was accused of treating a necessary condition as if it were a sufficient condition. As I mentioned above, I did no such thing. Maybe you could help me sue for libel? (Or liable, as is often said.)
Originally Posted by JayJay
Congrats on the acceptance. I trust it was in a top journal for your field. Good work!!!
Thanks, JayJay! It was accepted at a journal with a very high rejection rate, which I'm happy about.