Journal of Statistical Software
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Most cited documents in this series: (1) RePEc:jss:jstsof:08:i01 Clarify: Software for Interpreting and Presenting Statistical Results (2003). Journal of Statistical Software Cited: 12 times. (2) RePEc:jss:jstsof:16:b03 Generalized Additive Models: An Introduction with R (2006). Journal of Statistical Software Cited: 3 times. (3) RePEc:jss:jstsof:09:i01 Smoothing with Mixed Model Software (2004). Journal of Statistical Software Cited: 2 times. (4) RePEc:jss:jstsof:04:i05 MIXNO: a computer program for mixedeffects nominal logistic regression (1999). Journal of Statistical Software Cited: 1 times. (5) RePEc:jss:jstsof:09:i04 Simulating Correlated Multivariate Pseudorandom Numbers (2004). Journal of Statistical Software Cited: 1 times. (6) RePEc:jss:jstsof:08:i02 ReLogit: Rare Events Logistic Regression (2003). Journal of Statistical Software Cited: 1 times. (7) RePEc:jss:jstsof:07:i11 Interactive Data Visualization using Mondrian (2002). Journal of Statistical Software Cited: 1 times. (8) RePEc:jss:jstsof:05:i07 Simulation and identification of the fractional Brownian motion: a bibliographical and comparative study (2000). Journal of Statistical Software Cited: 1 times. (9) RePEc:jss:jstsof:11:i08 FlexMix: A General Framework for Finite Mixture Models and Latent Class Regression in R (2004). Journal of Statistical Software Cited: 1 times. (10) RePEc:jss:jstsof:06:i06 Wavelet Estimators in Nonparametric Regression: A Comparative Simulation Study (2001). Journal of Statistical Software Cited: 1 times. Latest citations received in:  2003  2002  2001  2000 Latest citations received in: 2003 Latest citations received in: 2002 Latest citations received in: 2001 Latest citations received in: 2000 Warning!! This is still an experimental service. The results of this service should be interpreted with care, especially in research assessment exercises. The processing of documents is automatic. There still are errors and omissions in the identification of references. We are working to improve the software to increase the accuracy of the results. Source data used to compute the impact factor of RePEc series.
