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Mathematics & Statistics

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Taylor & Francis champions your choice when it comes to publishing your research. There is a wide range of mathematics and statistics journals on offer meaning you will find the right home for your research and with a number of subscription and open access publishing options Taylor & Francis allows you to publish where and how you want. Publish your research with us today, or find one of our other mathematics and statistics journals with our journal suggester, just past your abstract into the box. 

Communications in Algebra presents high quality papers of original research in the field of algebra. Articles from related research areas that have a significant bearing on algebra might also be published.

This journal aims to publish high quality papers concerning any theoretical aspect of partial differential equations, as well as its applications to other areas of mathematics. Suitability of any paper is at the discretion of the editors. We seek to present the most significant advances in this central field to a wide readership which includes researchers and graduate students in mathematics and the more mathematical aspects of physics and engineering.

The Theory and Methods series intends to publish papers that make theoretical and methodological advances in Probability and Statistics. New applications of statistical and probabilistic methods will also be considered for publication. In addition, special issues dedicated to a specific topic of current interest will also be published in this series periodically, providing an exhaustive and up-to-date review of that topic to the readership

Established in 1888 and published quarterly in March, June, September, and December, the Journal of the American Statistical Association ( JASA ) has long been considered the premier journal of statistical science. Articles focus on statistical applications, theory, and methods in economic, social, physical, engineering, and health sciences.

Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation ( JSCS ) publishes significant and original work in areas of statistics which are related to or dependent upon the computer. Fields covered include computer algorithms related to probability or statistics, studies in statistical inference by means of simulation techniques, and implementation of interactive statistical systems.

Journal of Applied Statistics is a world-leading journal which provides a forum for communication among statisticians and practitioners for judicious application of statistical principles and innovations of statistical methodology motivated by current and important real-world examples across a wide range of disciplines

Econometric Reviews is widely regarded as one of the top 5 core journals in econometrics. It probes the limits of econometric knowledge, featuring regular, state-of-the-art single blind refereed articles and book reviews. ER has been consistently the leader and innovator in its acclaimed retrospective and critical surveys and interchanges on current or developing topics.

The American Statistician ( TAS ), published quarterly by the American Statistical Association. TAS contains timely articles organized into the following sections: Statistical Practice, General, Teacher's Corner, Statistical Computing and Graphics, Reviews of Books and Teaching Materials, Letters to the Editor, History Corner, and Interdisciplinary.

Statistics publishes papers developing and analysing new methods for any active field of statistics, motivated by real-life problems. Papers submitted for consideration should provide interesting and novel contributions to statistical theory and its applications with rigorous mathematical results and proofs.

CHANCE is published quarterly. The magazine is designed for anyone who has an interest in using data to advance science, education, and society. CHANCE is a non-technical magazine highlighting applications that demonstrate sound statistical practice. CHANCE represents a cultural record of an evolving field, intended to entertain as well as inform.

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