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One of the reviewers of my conference-paper paper (computer science), which got a "revise&resubmit",revise & resubmit, criticized that my conclusions are not well founded in my experiment and that they don'tdon’t show my hypothesis. (In detail, there was "nono control variable"variable, andwhich he is completely right)correctly remarked.)

The point is, I wanted to use this experiment to give an idea for the direction of the work following my results and to generalize my previous findings.

My question is, how could I respond to this comment, as deleting my discussion would cut out a huge part of my work?

How to reply to a reviewer's comment in "revise & resubmit" when he is "completely right"?

One of the reviewers of my conference-paper (computer science), which got a "revise&resubmit", criticized that my conclusions are not well founded in my experiment and that they don't show my hypothesis. (In detail, there was "no control variable", and he is completely right).

The point is, I wanted to use this experiment to give an idea for the direction of the work following my results and to generalize my previous findings.

My question is, how could I respond to this comment, as deleting my discussion would cut out a huge part of my work?

How to react to a reviewer’s comment when he is completely right, but you do not like the consequences?

One of the reviewers of my conference paper (computer science), which got a revise & resubmit, criticized that my conclusions are not well founded in my experiment and that they don’t show my hypothesis. (In detail, there was no control variable, which he correctly remarked.)

The point is, I wanted to use this experiment to give an idea for the direction of the work following my results and to generalize my previous findings.

My question is, how could I respond to this comment, as deleting my discussion would cut out a huge part of my work?

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How to reply to a reviewer's comment in "revise & resubmit" when he is "completely right"?

One of the reviewers of my conference-paper (computer science), which got a "revise&resubmit", criticized that my conclusions are not well founded in my experiment and that they don't show my hypothesis. (In detail, there was "no control variable", and he is completely right).

The point is, I wanted to use this experiment to give an idea for the direction of the work following my results and to generalize my previous findings.

My question is, how could I respond to this comment, as deleting my discussion would cut out a huge part of my work?