Upon manuscript acceptance, please upload your final files at http://submit.g3journal.org as described below. Make sure you format these final manuscript files according to G3 guidelines, even if your initial submission was formatted for another journal. Until these files are received, your paper is not considered in production.
- Go to http://submit.g3journal.org
- Click the Author Area link
- Click Accepted Manuscripts - Provide Source Files
- Upload the files as instructed by the system.
Provide the following:
Non-PDF manuscript file. Include references, tables, and figure legends in your Microsoft Word, LaTex, or TEX file. If TEX, upload the *.bbl, *.bib, *.bst and *.sty files as supplemental files. **Reminder: if your article contains terms that can be linked to either WormBase, SGD, or FlyBase, please use the current, proper nomenclature for that database and its objects. Otherwise, the terms may not be properly linked. Please remember to include a data available statement at the end of the methods section.
PDF of the manuscript. Include figures and tables, but not supporting information. Upload the PDF as a supplemental file. This PDF is used for Early Online publication (usually within 3-4 days of acceptance), and also as a comparison file for your proofs. If you do not wish to publish your manuscript via Early Online, please notify the editorial office at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may customize the formatting on this PDF. For example, you could put figure legends on the same page as figures, embed the figures and legends into the text, and use a two-column format.
- Electronic source files for figures. Figure formats accepted include TIFFs, JPEGs, GIFs, EPS and source files in Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Excel, and PowerPoint. R users (http://www.r-project.org) can generate eps files using a command like "postscript ("Figure.n.eps", paper="special", width=4, height=3, horizontal=FALSE)". Resolution specifications are listed at http://www.g3journal.org/content/prep-manuscript#figures.
- Supplemental Material. Do not include these files in the manuscript; they must be uploaded separately in the Supplemental File area.
- Your Reagent Table (optional).
- Article summary. Please edit the brief summary of your article that you provided when you submitted your manuscript, with an eye toward a general audience. The best summaries are those written for the non-specialist that explain to the reader in less than 100 words why your article is worth reading. Upload as a supplemental file.
- Signed copyright form from http://submit.g3journal.org/submission/queues. Upload as a supplemental file or email to email@example.com.
- Cover Art (optional).
Authors are encouraged to submit original art related to either their article, a special issue, or other G3-related topic. Figures may be uploaded along with the final source files, and may also be emailed to the editorial office.
1. small-sized image (for the evaluation)
2. high-resolution version - TIFF file 2513px wide by 3263px high (8.375 by 10.875 inches; resolution of 300ppi)
3. caption for the image.
This image can be related to your paper, or an interesting representation of scientific research or a genetic concept. Please avoid graphs and small type. The image should have no border and should go all the way to the very edge of the cover. Please note that the G3 logo will go across the top of the cover as shown on our current covers at http://g3journal.org/.
G3 publishes articles online, as soon as possible after they have been accepted for publication. The manuscript PDFs published are the last-reviewed and accepted versions, and have not been formatted, copyedited, or approved by the Editor-in-Chief and the final proofs have not been reviewed by the authors. The early online version of an article will be freely accessible to all readers until the time of its publication in an issue of the journal and is deposited into PubMed. The early online articles appear as PDFs approximately eight to ten weeks before publication in an issue of G3. Each article published in advance is citable, with the official publication date being the date of the article's first online posting. G3 articles are assigned digital object identifiers (DOIs), providing a permanent way to identify manuscripts published in the online environment. After an article is first published online, it continues through the publication process, including final copyediting, typesetting, proofreading, and author review. Companion articles slated may or may not be published simultaneously via early online. Once published in a final issue the article is deposited in PubMed and PubMed Central.
Corresponding authors will receive an email from the editorial office with the article's scheduled publication month. In addition, Dartmouth Journal Services notifies the authors approximately one week before proofs are emailed. When proofs are ready, the corresponding author will receive an email with access to the author information center, where they will find a PDF of page proofs and proofreading instructions. Each proof will show the date that the original manuscript was submitted and the date that the final version was accepted by the Editors. Please read the entire article, with extra attention to title page elements (names, addresses, etc.) equations and symbols. Proof corrections must be uploaded to the author information center within 48 hours of the send-date, or the article may be delayed to a later issue. All corrections must be sent together; additional corrections may result in extra charges and a delay in publication. Notes added in proof require editorial approval. Email a copy of your request to the editorial office and the handling Associate Editor.
G3 publication charges will be invoiced within several weeks of article acceptance. Charges (all inclusive) are:
- $1815 (corresponding authors who are members of the Genetics Society of America)
- $2145 (non-members)
Read about additional benefits of joining the Genetics Society of America here. There are no additional charges for author corrections, figures, supplemental material files, or submission fees.