Biometrical Letters is the official journal of the Polish Biometric Society, founded in 1964, now published with the financial support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The anonymous double-blind peer review by the two independent reviewers is applied to all the papers.
The purposes of Biometrical Letters are:
The core of most Biometrical Letters articles is statistical inference that sets scientific or policy objectives, motivates methodological development and demonstrates the operation of new methods.
The paper should include a description of the biometrical problem and a section detailing the application of the new methodology.
The Journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts from bioscience, mathematical and statistical theory, biology, genetics, medical statistics, agriculture, forestry, ecology, environmental sciences, biometrics and clinical trials. Case studies and articles on the use and development of statistical software are also welcome.
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