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The Sri Lankan Journal of Applied Statistics

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P. Wijekoon, Chief Editor


The Sri Lankan Journal of Applied Statistics (SLJAS), published by the Institute of Applied Statistics in Sri Lanka (IASSL), welcomes critical reviews, including conceptual discussions, opinions, and book reviews.

A refereed journal, SLJAS publishes the results of original work on applications of statistics and theoretical and methodical aspects of statistics.

The official language of the journal is English. The preferred form of typesetting is Microsoft Word, but papers in LaTeX are accepted. Keep the number of pages to fewer than 16 in B5 size.

The paper should contain title, authors’ names, affiliation/address, emails, an abstract, up to six keywords, introduction, materials and methods, analysis and results, conclusions and recommendations, acknowledgements, and references. However, a paper may contain other sections as appropriate.

Each paper is reviewed by experts in the particular subject area of the paper, selected from an international panel of reviewers. Papers recommended by at least two reviewers are accepted for publication. The review process is carried out independently and anonymously.

Papers and a letter of submission should be sent electronically in .pdf or .doc format to the editor of the journal at editor@iappstat.lk.

Instructions to authors are available at the IASSL website on the Online Submission page.

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