[R] R-outlet: Journal of Statistical Software

From: Jan de Leeuw <deleeuw_at_stat.ucla.edu>
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2008 12:22:18 -0700


The Journal of Statistical Software was founded by Jan de Leeuw in 1996. Currently, there are 26 volumes with 260 aricles and the journal publishes about 4 new volumes per year. The web address is www.jstatsoft.org. All articles are pdf files, since 2005 all produced from JSS LaTeX templates.

JSS is edited by Jan de Leeuw, since
2005 jointly with Achim Zeileis of the Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien. Formally, since 2004, the publisher is the American Statistical Association,
but all editorial and IT work is done at UCLA Statistics. JSS is a Ruby on Rails interface to a PostgreSQL database, maintained by Jose Hales Garcia of UCLA Statistics. The journal is hosted on the UCLA Statistics servers.

JSS is now the computational statistics journal with the highest Thomson ISI impact factor (13th place out of 91 statistics journals) and the highest immediacy index (2nd place out of 91 statistics journals).

                     ImpFac IF-Rank ImInd II-Rank Articles TotCites
J STAT SOFTW         1.621      13 0.767       2       60      302
J COMPUT GRAPH STAT  1.316      22 0.114      50       44     1454
COMPUT STAT DATA AN  1.029      34 0.307      14      394     1737
COMPUTATION STAT     0.153      91 0.000      83       42      150
STATA J              1.433      18 0.231      25       26      348

The journal gets about 15K hits per day (4M per year). Popular new articles are downloaded about 2000 times in their first year. The journal is indexed and/or listed in Web of Science, Current Index of
Statistics, Google Scholar, Directory of Open Access Journals, IDEAS, Scopus, BibTeX Database. JSS is a certified Open Access Journal, publishing all articles under the Creative Commons Attribution license and all code under the Creative Commons GPL.

About 75% of the JSS publications describe R packages. Recent special volumes are

Vol 18 -- Spectroscopy and Chemometrics in R
Vol 20 -- Psychometrics in R
Vol 22 -- Ecology and Ecological Modeling in R
Vol 24 -- Statistical Modeling of Social Networks with "statnet"
Vol 27 -- Econometrics in R (in press)
Vol ?? -- Political Methodology in R (in preparation)

Additional volumes on "Spatial Statistics in R" and "Geostatistics in R" and "Medical Imaging in R" are in the planning stages.

Suggestions are always welcome.

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Jan de Leeuw; Distinguished Professor and Chair, UCLA Department of Statistics;
Director: UCLA Center for Environmental Statistics (CES); Editor: Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Journal of Statistical Software;
US mail: 8125 Math Sciences Bldg, Box 951554, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1554 phone (310)-825-9550; fax (310)-206-5658; email: deleeuw_at_stat.ucla.edu .mac: jdeleeuw ++++++ aim: deleeuwjan ++++++ skype: j_deleeuw homepages: http://gifi.stat.ucla.edu ++++++ http://www.cuddyvalley.org    


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