© 2013 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Editor-in-Chief: Nicholas Fisher
Online ISSN: 2049-1573
Stat - The ISI's Journal for the Rapid Dissemination of Statistics Research
What makes Stat different?
• Speed: a single pass, high quality review process that aims to publish within 30 days of submission. There is no revision cycle.
• Concision: a maximum article length of 10 pages of text, not including references.
• Support: inclusion of electronic support materials including graphs, video, software and code.
• Scope: addresses all areas of statistics and interdisciplinary areas
• Electronic Delivery: delivery of articles and innovative forms of supplementary materials
|NEW Statblog - The ISI's Blog for Discussion of Statistics Research|
|2013 Hannan Medal|
The 2013 Hannan Medal for research in statistical science has been awarded to Stat author Professor Matthew Wand FAA, University of Technology Sydney. Read his paper:
Continued fraction enhancement of Bayesian computing
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Stat has a simple set of criteria for assessing submissions. Please check them carefully, before you submit your article. In fact, why not ask a colleague or friend to do it as well? Remember, you only get one chance. It is not permitted to re-submit a revised version of your article to Stat if you are unsuccessful the first time.
|OnlineOpen The Open Access Option for Authors|
OnlineOpen is available to authors who wish to make their article open access, free to read, download and share via Wiley Online Library and PubMed Central.
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Stat - NEW ONLINE JOURNAL
Launched August 2012, Stat – The ISI’s Journal for the Rapid Dissemination of Statistics Research is a new online only, rapid communication research journal publishing short articles of the highest quality from all areas of statistics and interdisciplinary areas. Hear all about it from the Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Fisher:
Stat provides a means of rapid sharing of important new theoretical, methodological and applied research for the international community of statisticians, and for researchers and practitioners in other disciplines where statistics plays an important role.
Enjoy Complimentary Access to Stat until December 2013
New Journal Stat
Stat is a scientific journal for the international community of statisticians and researchers and practitioners in allied quantitative disciplines.
The journal publishes high quality papers in all areas of statistical endeavour such as data mining, econometrics, computer science and environmetrics to name but a few. You can find out more about the scope of Stat - The ISI's journal for the rapid dissemination of statistics research, by reading the Aims and Scope.