The Korean Journal of Applied Statistics
The Korean Journal of Applied Statistics, established in 1987, is the official journal of the Korean Statistical Society. Abbreviated title is 'KJAS'. The journal welcomes only original research articles for the form of publication and all of the manuscripts are peer-reviewed. The journal contains articles dedicated to application research in various fields of statistics and probability, or contributing to applied statistics through innovative data analysis and interpretation. However, articles dealing with statistical education are also welcomed. The journal is published bi-monthly ( 6 times a year) on the last day of February, April, June, August, October, and December. The journal accepts articles written in Korean only but recommends submitting articles written in English to its sister journal:
Communications for Statistical Applications and Methods (CSAM), http://csam.or.kr/
Aim and Scope
The Korean Journal of Applied Statistics publishes articles on theoretical and methodological research in the areas of Statistics and Probability. It welcomes articles on innovative applications of the statistical methodology as well as statistical education.
KJAS Submission Categories
During submission procedure, the corresponding author should specify an appropriate category for the manuscript being submitted. The submission categories for KJAS are as follows.
1) Methodology and Applications
Papers in this category deal with general statistical methodologies and relevant applications. Papers should include development of new methodologies or applications of existing statistical methods. The length of a paper in this category should be around 12 journal pages.
2) Data Analysis and Case Studies
Papers in this category deal with (i) analysis of real data using various statistical methodologies, including practically meaningful interpretation and conclusion; or (ii) a case study in which practical problems/issues are solved by applying existing statistical methodologies and the usefulness of statistics is shown/illustrated. A paper in this category should be around 8 journal pages.
3) Short Communications and Review
Papers in this category deal with (i) a more advanced study/discussion on a topic already studied; (ii) meaningful and relevant short discussions on a topic already studied; or (iii) a short review on a statistical topic. A paper in this category should be around 6 journal pages.