New Co-Editor-in-Chief for International Statistical Review


  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 18 December 2015
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Nalini Ravishanker (University of Connecticut) has now joined Raymond Chambers (University of Wollongong) as co-Editor-in-Chief of International Statistical Review. Both Nalini's and Ray's terms in these positions will run until 2019. As co-EICs of IS Review, they lead a strong and diverse team of Editorial Board members, with a wide knowledge base and experience. Together with Wiley, the journal's publisher, Nalini and Ray are committed to maintaining its status as the flagship publication of the International Statistical Institute. The aim of IS Review is to disseminate accessible papers addressing substantial statistical issues of interest to members of the Institute, and more generally to all professional statisticians and researchers in interdisciplinary areas, including reviews and assessments of key statistical concepts as well as important and emerging methodologies.

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International Statistical Review seeks to publish articles in all statistical areas of interest to professional statisticians, including but not limited to Bayesian modeling, big data analytics, biostatistics, computational statistics, demographics, epidemiology and public health, experimental design and analysis, history of statistics, machine learning, micro-simulation, official statistics and census methodology, probability, small area estimation, spatial and spatio-temporal modeling, statistical education, stochastic modeling, time series analysis, etc.

Raymond Chambers

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