The Philippine Statistician

Another important activity of the PSAI is the publication of The Philippine Statistician (TPS), which is a refereed scientific journal published twice a year. The TPS aims to disseminate a wide range of papers of technical, theoretical, and applied statistical nature considered of general or special interest to varied groups of statisticians.

Historical List of TPS Papers

Title Author Year Number Volume Download
Value-at-Risk Estimates from a SETAR Model Joselito C. Magadia 2016 1 65 PDF icon Full Text
The Recursive Alpha (RAlph) Coefficients: Quantifying Inter-item Cohesion under Indirect Range Restriction Michael Van B. Supranes, John Francis J. Guntan, Joy Pauline Adrienne C. Padua, and Joseph Ryan G. Lansangan 2015 2 64 PDF icon Full Text
Statistical Evaluation of In Vivo Micronucleus Assays in Toxicology John Closter F. Olivo 2015 2 64 PDF icon Full Text
Some Zero Inflated Poisson-Based Combined Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Control Charts for Disease Surveillance Robert Neil F. Leong, Frumencio F. Co, and Daniel Stanley Y. Tan 2015 2 64 PDF icon Full Text
Nonparametric Bootstrap Test in a Multivariate Spatial-Temporal Model: A Simulation Study Abubakar S. Asaad and Erniel B. Barrios 2015 2 64 PDF icon Full Text
Modelling Rice Yield in the Philippines using Dynamic Spatio-Temporal Models Stephen Jun V. Villejo 2015 2 64 PDF icon Full Text
Incidence of Crimes and Effectiveness of Interventions in the National Capital Region: Evidence from Panel Data Michael Daniel C. Lucagbo, Lianne S. De la Cruz, Jecca V. Narvasa, Micah Jane A. Paglicawan, and Jerizza P. Pepito 2015 2 64 PDF icon Full Text
Bootstrapping Penalty Analysis in Sensory Evaluation of Pizza Products Catherine Estiaga 2015 2 64 PDF icon Full Text
Statistics for Applied Researchers: Bootstrap to the Rescue Nabendu Pal and Suntaree Unhapipat 2015 1 64 PDF icon Full Text
Sampling Strategy in Evaluating Teaching Performance through Student Ratings James Roldan S. Reyes and Zita VJ. Albacea 2015 1 64 PDF icon Full Text