The Philippine Statistician

The Philippine Statistician (TPS) is a refereed scientific journal published twice a year. 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.

The Philippine Statistician has been indexed in Scopus since 2015.

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1.Consumer Expectations Survey and Quarterly Social Weather Survey: Evidence of Convergent Validity and CausalityEdsel L. Beja Jr.2019682
2.The Impact of Basic Education Reform on the Educational Participation of 16- to 17-year-old Youth in the PhilippinesGeoffrey M. Ducanes and Dina Joan S. Ocampo2019682
3.Rapid Assessment of Real Estate Loan Disapproval via Predictive Modeling: A Case for the PhilippinesAdrian Nicholas A. Corpuz and Joseph Ryan G. Lansangan2019682
4.Spatio-temporal Analysis of Animal Rabies Cases in Negros Occidental, Philippines from 2012 to 2018Joseph L. Arbizo, Philip Ian P. Padilla, Marilyn S. Sumayo, Mitzi N. Meracap, Andrea Marie N. Napulan, Rex Victor V. Dolorosa, Princess Monic Q. Velasco, Leslie S. Asorio, Thea Joy A. Clarito, James Matthew V. Recabar, Sael D. Rodriguez2019682
5.Influence of Physicochemical Water Parameters on the Total Weight of the Slipper-shaped Oyster Crassostrea iredalei in Visayas, PhilippinesMichelle B. Besana, Ma. Ramela Angela C. Bermeo, and Philip Ian P. Padilla2019682
6.Comparison of Official Data Sources and Construction of a Sampling Frame for Household-based Livestock Surveys in Nueva Ecija, PhilippinesAnna Ma. Lourdes S. Latonio, Isidoro P. David, and Zita V.J. Albacea2019682
7.Sampling with Probability Proportional to Aggregate Size in Heterogeneous Populations: A Study of Design and EfficiencyDaniel David M. Pamplona2019682
8.Nonparametric Test of Interaction Effect for 22-Factorial Design with Unequal Replicates: Case of Poisson-Normal Multivariate DataMara Sherlin D. Talento, Marcus Jude P. San Pedro and Erniel B. Barrios2019682
9.Life in the Fast Food Lane: Understanding the Factors Affecting Fast Food Consumption among Students in the PhilippinesAdina Faye Bondoc, Hannah Felise Florendo, Emilio Jefe Taguiwalo and John Eustaquio2019681
10.Exploring the Disparities on the Actualization of the Ideal Number of Children among Filipino WomenPatrisha Brynne Agbayani, Kimberly Baltazar, Excel Franco and John Eustaquio2019681
11.Optimal Variable Subset Selection Problem in Regression Analysis is NP-CompletePaolo Victor T. Redondo2019681
12.Computing the Combined Effect of Measurement Errors and Non-Response using Factor Chain-type Class of EstimatorGajendra K. Vishwakarma, Neha Singh and Amod Kumar2019681
13.Performance Evaluation and Comparison of Integer- Valued Time Series Models for Measles Outbreak Detection in CaviteVio Jianu C. Mojica and Frumencio F. Co2019681
14.Investigating Dissimilarity in Spatial Area Data Using Bayesian Inference: The Case of Voter Participation in the Philippine National and Local Elections of 2016Francisco N. de los Reyes2018671
15.Measuring Market Risk with the Folded Peaks-Over-Thresholds ApproachPeter Julian Cayton2018671
16.Employment Correlates of Multidimensional Poverty in the PhilippinesManuel Leonard Albis and Jessmond Elviña2018671
17.Coping with Disasters Due to Natural Hazards: Evidence from the PhilippinesMajah-Leah Ravago, Dennis Mapa, Jun Carlo Sunglao and James Roumasset2018671
18.The Multidimensional Approach to Measuring PovertyLisa Grace S. Bersales, Divina Gracia L. del Prado and Mae Abigail O. Miralles2018671
19.Economic Mobility in Urban Southeast Asia: The Case of the Philippines and IndonesiaNovee Lor Leyso, Arturo Martinez Jr., and Iva Sebastian2017662
20.Understanding the Ideal Number of Children and Contraceptive Practices of Filipino Women through Generalized Linear ModelsIsabella Benabaye, Patricia Rose Donato and John D. Eustaquio2017662


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