Call for abstracts and tutorials

 

Authors with an accepted abstract can submit a paper for one of the journal special issues as described below. The call for abstracts is now closed.

Papers for Special Journal Issues

Authors who whish to do so may submit a paper for consideration in one of two special journal issues.

A maximum of ten selected research papers will be published in a special issue of the Romanian Statistical Review and additionally a maximum of five papers will be published in a special issue of Austrian Journal of Statistics. Both publications are subjected to passing the standard peer review process.

Papers should be submitted no later than 7 September 2018 to the uRos2018 secretariat via uRos2018@cbs.nl.

Please make sure to follow the RSR author guidelines or respectively the AJS author guidelines and indicate in your submission in which journal you wish to publish your article.

 

About the journals


The RRS is under the coverage of the Web Of Science Core Collection - Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), a Clarivate Analytics database. It aims to provide a favourable space for exchange of ideas and a challenge at the same time. Any paper that can contribute to the understanding of statistics as a science is welcome. It is open-access without any fees. Special issue guest editors are Nicoleta Caragea and Alexander Kowarik.

The AJS journal is indexed at Scopus, Web of Science, and many other indices. Its general objective is to promote and extend the use of statistical methods in all kind of theoretical and applied disciplines. It is open-access without any fees. Special issue guest editors are Nicoleta Caragea and Alexander Kowarik.

 

 

 

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