Call for Papers
Manuscripts to be submitted to the ChJS must be written in English and contain the name and affiliation of each author and a leading abstract followed by keywords and mathematics subject classification (primary and secondary). AMS classification is available here. Sections must be numbered 1, 2, etc., where Section 1 is the introduction part. References should be collected at the end of the paper in alphabetical order as in the following examples:
- Rukhin, A.L., 2009. Identities for negative moments of quadratic forms in normal variables. Statistics and Probability Letters, 79, 1004-1007.
- Stein, M.L., 1999. Statistical Interpolation of Spatial Data: Some Theory for Kriging. Springer, New York.
- Tsay, R. S., Peña, D., Pankratz, A. E., 2000. Outliers in multivariate time series. Biometrics, 87, 789-804.
References in the text should be given by the author's name and year of publication, e.g., Gelfand and Smith (1990). In the case of more than two authors, the citation must be written as Tsay et al. (2000).
Once the manuscript has been accepted for publication in the ChJS, the authors must prepare the final version following the above indications and using the Latex format. Latex template and chjs class files for manuscript preparation are available here.
Authors who publish their articles in the ChJS automatically transfer their copyright to the Chilean Statistical Society. This enables full copyright protection and wide dissemination of the articles and the journal in any format.
The ChJS grants permission to use figures, tables and brief extracts from its collection of articles in scientific and educational works, in which case the source that provides these issues (Chilean Journal of Statistics) must be clearly acknowledged.