- Felix Famoye, Central Michigan University
- Carl Lee, Central Michigan University
Aims & scope
Journal of Statistical Distributions and Applications is a peer-reviewed international journal for the publication of original articles of high quality that make significant contributions to statistical distributions and their applications. The scopes include, but are not limited to, development and study of statistical distributions, frequentist and Bayesian statistical inference including goodness-of-fit tests, statistical modeling, computational/simulation methods, and data analysis related to statistical distributions. Significant and well-written articles on theory and methods in areas of statistical distributions and their applications will be considered for publication.
Open thematic series
Thematic Series on International Conference on Statistical Distributions and Applications, ICOSDA 2013
This special series originates from the 2013 International Conference on Statistical Distributions and Applications which was organized by the Department of Mathematics, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant and held in October 2013 in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, USA.
Deadline for submissions: 28 February, 2014
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2013 International Conference on Statistical Distributions and Applications
Edited by: Prof Felix Famoye, Carl Lee
Published: 11 June 2014
Last updated: 8 July 2014
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