Canadian Journal of Statistics
Copyright © 2013 Statistical Society of Canada
Edited By: David A. STEPHENS
Impact Factor: 0.671
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 77/116 (Statistics & Probability)
Online ISSN: 1708-945X
The Canadian Journal of Statistics publishes original work in the theory and applications of statistics. Manuscripts must be submitted in either English or French. Authors need not be Canadian residents or members of the Statistical Society of Canada. All manuscripts must be submitted electronically via http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cjs-wiley. A double-blind refereeing system is used: the identity of the referees is not communicated to the authors and vice versa. An anonymized version of the paper, in PDF or Word format, should be uploaded to the submission site. Author names and affiliations are entered separately. We provide a LaTex template for submissions; you can download it here.The package includes TD-CJS.cls, bookmarks.sty, Cjsref.sty, sample.tex, and sample pdf. Use the sample.tex file as a guide for the preparation of your article. We do not provide a template for Word submissions; please follow the general guidelines found in sample.pdf.
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