Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods
J Mod Appl Stat Meth
JMASM is an independent print and electronic journal designed to provide an outlet for the scholarly works of applied nonparametric or parametric statisticians, data analysts, researchers, classical or modern psychometricians, quantitative or qualitative evaluators, and methodologists. Work appearing in Regular Articles, Brief Reports, and Early Scholars are externally peer reviewed, with input from the Editorial Board; in Statistical Software Applications and Review and JMASM Algorithms and Code are internally reviewed by the Editorial Board. Three areas are appropriate for JMASM: (1) development or study of new statistical tests or procedures, or the comparison of existing statistical tests or procedures, using computer-intensive Monte Carlo, bootstrap, jackknife, or resampling methods, (2) development or study of nonparametric, robust, permutation, exact, and approximate randomization methods, and (3) applications of computer programming, preferably in Fortran (all other programming environments are welcome), related to statistical algorithms, pseudo-random number generators, simulation techniques, and self-contained executable code to carry out new or interesting statistical methods.
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