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Biometrical Journal


Title Abbreviation
Biom J
ISSN
0323-3847
Electronic ISSN
1521-4036
Readership
Academics, Biomedical Engineering Technologist, Epidemiologists, Life-Science Researchers, Public Health Professionals, Researchers, Statisticians
Scope
Biometrical Journal publishes papers on statistical methods and their applications in life sciences including medicine, environmental sciences and agriculture. Methodological developments should be motivated by an interesting and relevant problem from these areas. Ideally the manuscript should include a description of the problem and a section detailing the application of the new methodology to the problem. Case studies, review articles and letters to the editors are also welcome. Papers containing only extensive mathematical theory are not suitable for publication in Biometrical Journal. The Editors are supporting reproducible research. Authors are strongly encouraged to submit computer code and data sets used to illustrate new methods. These will be published as supporting information on the journal's webpage once the paper was accepted for publication.
Sponsoring Association(s)
German Region of the International Biometric Society (Deutsche Region der Internationalen Biometrischen Gesellschaft) (IBS-DR)
Publisher Name
Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
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