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.Determinants of regional minimum wages in the PhilippinesLisa Grace S. Bersales; Michael Daniel C. Lucagbo2014632
2.The link between expenditure on contraceptives and number of young dependents in the PhilippinesMichael Daniel C. Lucagbo; Genica Peye C. Alcaraz; Kristina Norma B. Cobrador; Elaine Japitana; Gelli Anne Q. Sadsad2014632
3.Biosurveillance of measles using control charts: A case study using NCR laboratory confirmed measles counts from January 2009 to January 2014Lorraine Christelle B. Angkico; Priscilla A. Diaz; Robert Neil F. Leong; Frumencio F. Co2014632
4.An efficient variant of dual to ratio and product estimator in sample surveysGajendra K. Vishwakarma; Raj K. Gangele; Ravendra Singh2014632
5.A general class of chain ratio-product type exponential estimators in double sampling using two auxiliary variatesGajendra K. Vishwakarma; Manish Kumar; Raj K. Gangele2014632
6.Modeling clustered survival data with cured fractionIris Ivy M. Gauran; Angela D. Nalica2014632
7.Proceedings of the Focused Group Discussion on Accreditation/Certification for Professional StatisticiansPSAI Initiatives2014631
8.Indentifying Influencers of Consumer Activity: A Case Study in Predictive ModelingAngela D. Nalica; Joseph Ryan G. Lansangan2014631
9.Effects of Household Use of Biomass Fuel and Kerosene on Birth Weight of Babies in the PhilippinesMichael Daniel C. Lucagbo2014631
10.Comparison of Different Methods of Constructing Housing Start Index in the PhilippinesFelicidad Hebron2014631
11.Design Strategies in Fitting a Nonlinear ModelMichael Van Supranes2014631
12.Semiparametric Poisson Regression Model for Clustered DataEiffel A. de Vera2014631
13.Modelling Zero-Inflated Clustered Count Data: A Semiparametric ApproachKevin Carl P. Santos2014631
14.Autologistic Spatial-Temporal ModelingMa. Andriena Ida B. Del Ayre-Ofina2014631
15.Visual Exploration of Climate VariabilityWendell Q. Campano; Rona Mae U. Tadlas2013622
16.Measuring Income Mobility using Pseudo-Panel DataArturo M. Martinez Jr; Mark Western; Michele Haynes; Wojtek Tomaszewski2013622
17.Effects of Education on Climate Risk Vulnerability in the Philippines: Evidence from Regional Panel DataMichael Daniel C. Lucagbo; Kristina Norma B. Cobrador; Nikki Ann M. de Mesa; Remy Faye M. Ferrera; Jennifer E. Marasigan2013622
18.Regression Analyses of the Philippine Birth Weight DistributionElline Jade Beltran; Robert Neil F. Leong; Frumencio F. Co2013622
19.Profitability and Growth Topology Analysis of Unilevel-type of Network Marketing StructuresJohn Carlo P. Daquis; Angelique O. Castaneda; Nelson D. Sy; Joseph V. Abgona2013622
20.Classification of Congenital Hypothyroidism using Artificial Neural NetworksIris Ivy Gauran; Ma. Sofia Criselda A. Poblador2013622


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