You received 3 different versions of the same draft, each using a different algorithm to generate the Introduction part. Parts of the draft that were generated from the data you have in sciNote are the same in all three versions. You can choose which version is the best for you. No worries, different versions of the same draft count as one generated manuscript draft.
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- What is sciNote Manuscript Writer?
- How does sciNote Manuscript Writer work?
- Which data should I have in sciNote and how should this data be organized, so that sciNote Manuscript Writer will be able to generate the materials and methods, and the results section of my manuscript draft?
- Which sections of the manuscript does sciNote Manuscript Writer generate?
- How can I start using sciNote Manuscript Writer?
- Where can I find add-ons in sciNote?
- Why can't I see sciNote Manuscript Writer among my add-ons?
- Why should I only add open access article references?
- Why do I need to add keywords?
- I didn't receive the draft of the manuscript – Why?