Scandinavian Journal of Statistics

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Edited By: Peter Dalgaard and Niels Richard Hansen

Impact Factor: 0.908

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 60/123 (Statistics & Probability)

Online ISSN: 1467-9469


Scandinavian Journal of Statistics Lectures

The 2015 Scandinavian Journal of Statistics Lecture will take place during the 5th Nordic-Baltic Biometric Conference, NBBC15, 8-10 June 2015, in Reykjavik, Iceland. This year's lecture, titled “Causal inference and time”, will be given by Odd O. Aalen (University of Oslo, Norway). The lecture will focus on the importance of causality and the implications of causal inference in relation to time. The lecture will take place at 9am on 9 June 2015.

The 2014 Scandinavian Journal of Statistics Lecture took place during Nordstat 2014 in Turku, Finland. SJS lecturers Søren Johansen (University of Copenhagen) and Bent Nielsen (University of Oxford) presented a two part lecture titled “The asymptotic analysis of some robust methods, including the Huber-skip, the Forward Search and the Impulse Indicator Saturation algorithm”.

The 2013 Scandinavian Journal of Statistics Lecture took place during the 4th Nordic-Baltic Biometric Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, 10-12 June 2013. The 2013 lecturer was Andrea Rotnitzky, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University, USA. Andrea spoke about advances in challenges in optimal treatment regime estimation.

The 2012 Scandinavian Journal of Statistics Lecture took place during Nordstat 2012, the 24th Nordic Conference in Mathematical Statistics, Umeå, Sweden in June 2012. The lecture title was Exploring the Role of Geometry in Monte Carlo Methods and the Keynote Speaker was Mark Girolami from University College London.

The 2011 Lecture took place during the 3rd Nordic-Baltic Biometric Conference, Turku, Finland:
Professor Niels Keiding, University of Copenhagen: The current duration (backward recurrence time) approach to estimating time to pregnancy.
Discussant: Professor Odd Aalen.
See here for more information.

An article based on the 2010 Lecture has recently been published in the journal: On Future Directions in Statistical Methodologies – Some Speculations by Elja Arjas

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Prize Awarded
The Scandinavian Journal of Statistics Prize was awarded to Christian B. Pipper and Christian Ritz for their paper Checking the Grouped Data Version of the Cox Model for Interval-grouped Survival Data.  Read this winning paper.

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