Journal of the Royal Statistical Society - Series D: The Statistician
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ISSN (printed): 0039-0526. ISSN (electronic): 1467-9884.
Datasets relating to articles published in the four series of the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society are available online. Please click here The Statistician is a valuable resource for professional statisticians involved in industry business academic and applied research and consulting and education. Papers reflect current research and practice in statistics worldwide and cover important topics in an informative and accessible way. The prime purpose of papers in the journal is one of exposition for a general statistical readership without heavy emphasis on describing technical detail. Most papers published in The Statistician are based on applying statistical methods and techniques to problems that have arisen in a wide range of fields of study. Recent papers have focused on applications in disciplines as diverse as geography auditing and medicine. The journal aims to bridge the gap between statistical theory and practice and also to provide access to currently active or new areas of research through the regular publication of review articles by specialists in these fields. Other important fields include the history philosophy and development of statistics the teaching and communication of statistics the interaction of statistics with other disciplines statistical computing and all aspects of statistics in sport. In all these ways the journal attempts to reflect the maturity of statistics as a profession and as a science in its own right as well as an intrinsic component of scientific endeavour.
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