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.Classification of Congenital Hypothyroidism in Newborn Screening Using Self-Organizing MapsIris Ivy M. Gauran; Maria Sofia Criselda A. Poblador2012611
2.In a number of research studies involving surveys, the so-called Slovin's formula is used to determine the sample size. Unfortunately, many of these studies use the formula inappropriately, giving the wrong impression that it can be used in just about anLara Paul D. Abitona; Zita VJ Albacea2012611
3.Assessing Strength of Seasonality Through Sample Entropy: A Simulation StudyJohn Carlo P. Daquis; Maria Lizeth M. Laus; Nikki E. Supnet2012611
4.Statistical Models for Extreme ValuesPeter Julian A. Cayton2012611
5.Sample Sizes to Compare Two Poisson RatesEdsel A. Pena2012611
6.Bootstrap MethodsErniel B. Barrios2011601
7.A Dose of Business Intelligence: Data MiningJoseph Ryan G. Lansangan, 2011601
8.Copula-Based Vector Autoregressive Models for Bivariate Cointegrated DataHideaki Taima; Ana Maria L. Tabunda, 2011601
9.Nearest-Integer Response from Normally-Distributed Opinion (NIRNDO) Model for Likert ScaleJonny B. Pornel, Vicente T. Balinas, Giabelle A. Saldaa2011601
10.Substance Use Among Serious Adolescent Offenders Following Different Patterns of Antisocial ActivityMichelle Besana; Edward P. Mulvey2011601

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