News from the SiTns Editorial

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Welcome to Journal`s new portal

We would like to increase the journal's visibility and facilitate collaboration with our partners (authors, reviewers and readers) through adding Early View and separating the current issue from the previous ones on the portal. We will also inform you about the development of recent and newly planned initiatives, such as:

  • preparation of a special issue entitled “The Measurement of Subjective Well-Being in Survey Research” that is currently under way;
  • preparation of collection of selection of invited papers presented at the last “Small Area Estimation” (SAE 2014) Conference, held in Poznan (September 3-5, 2014) to be printed in the form of a special issue (Spring 2015);
  • Our journal has been approved for inclusion in ERIH PLUS, see: https://dbh.nsd.uib.no/publiseringskanaler/erihplus/periodical/info?id=485455

Happy Holiday and New Year!

Dear Collaborators and Partners,

Dear All,

Wishing you Happy Holiday Season and a Magnificent, Prosperous New Year 2016!

Let me take this opportunity to inform you, that SiTns has just been upgraded on the Ministry of Science and Higher Education List – our journal has been awarded maximum number of points, 15 (previously it was 9 points).

As always, together with the Editorial Office, I am grateful to all partners, collaborators and friends of our journal for contributing to another step on its increasing recognition and improvement, and for words of encouragement we are receiving from you on this way.

Thank you again for your continued interest and support.

Wlodzimierz Okrasa

Editor

Statistics in Transition new series
Warsaw, Poland

News from the IC Journals Master List / 2015!

We are pleased to inform, that Statistics in Transition new series has recently been upgraded on the IC Journals Master List – its current ICV (Index Copernicus Value) is 8,08 (compared to 6,53 in the previous round/ 2014 of assessment and 5,32 in the first/ 2013 evaluation).

Our thanks go to all partners and friends of the journal who contributed to this significant improvement of the journal's status (authors, referees, members of our boards and readers).

The news from Scopus!

Dear Collaborators and Partners,

Dear All,


Let me share with you the good news on the latest result of our continued effort to have the Statistics in Transition new series included into the prestigious international indexation bases - I am extremely pleased to provide you (below) with a copy of the final evaluation report of the SCOPUS' Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB):   "The review of this title is now complete and the CSAB has advised that the title will be accepted for inclusion in Scopus."


On behalf of the entire Editorial Office, I would like to personally thank all our collaborators and partners - including authors, reviewers and readers - for being a part of these successful efforts.  

Of course, we are doing our best - with even bigger confidence and energy - to have our journal included into other indexation bases as well.


Thank you in advance for your continued interest and support.


Wlodzimierz Okrasa

Editor,  Statistics in Transition new series


PS.  By the way, please be advised that from Vol.15.3 on there  is already possibility to download separate articles instead of the whole issue (as suggested by the CSAB evaluators).

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From: Scopus Title Evaluation Team []
Sent: Tuesday, May 12, 2015 3:10 PM
To: Okrasa Włodzimierz
Subject: The review of your title for Scopus is complete

Title: Statistics in Transition New Series
ISSN / E-ISSN: 1234-7655 /
Publisher: Zaklad Wydawnictw Statystycznych GUS

Dear  Professor Włodzimierz Okrasa,

The title mentioned above has been evaluated for inclusion in Scopus by the Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB).
The review of this title is now complete and the CSAB has advised that the title will be accepted for inclusion in Scopus.
For your information, the reviewer comments are copied below:

This is a professionally run journal of wide interest. An interesting feature is the brief introduction in each
issue given by an editor. This will be seen by readers as evidence of close editorial scrutiny and enhance
the credibility of the journal, besides being of interest in itself. The separation of the contents according to
the nature of the article is also an appealing idea although also carried out in many other journals as well.
It would be similarly convenient if the archives did not have to be downloaded by an entire issue.

If necessary, our Source Collection Management department will contact the publisher in order to set up
the content feed for Scopus. The title will be loaded in Scopus as soon as we have access to the title and
the content has been processed for indexing. At this moment, there is no further action required from your end.

Yours sincerely,


Scopus Title Evaluation Support

 

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