Statblog launched


  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 15 February 2013

We are pleased to announce the launch of Statblog (, the blog designed to accompany the ISI’s new rapid communication, online only journal, Stat.

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Statblog is the place for authors, readers and reviewers to comment on and discuss articles published in the journal. The blog will be monitored by a team of Associate Editors who in addition to highlighting comments and encouraging discussion, will write their own posts on recently published articles, and statistics in general. The blog’s Associate Editors are a group of junior faculty members selected and assembled to enhance the journal.

The blog is intended to complement the streamlined review process implemented by the journal, under which submissions are either accepted or rejected, with no opportunity for revisions. While this process does allow the almost immediate publication of research, it does not permit recommendations for further work and discussion. Statblog has been launched to allow reviewers and readers the opportunity to add further commentary and recommendations in addition to promoting discussion amongst the statistics community.

A joint venture between Wiley and the ISI, Stat publishes short articles of the highest quality from all areas of statistics and interdisciplinary fields. Submit your article to Stat here or check out the blog today!

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