Applied Data Sciences is an international journal aims to publish and disseminate high-quality papers related to the aplication of data science and compouting methods in many areas such as: healthcare, economic, telecommunication, agricultural sector, etc. Topics include the application of statistical and computational approaches for analyzing massive and complex datasets.
The topics related to this following topic but are not limited to:
• Machine Learning
• Big data analytics
• Applied statistical learning
• Computational Statistics
• Bayesian Analysis
• Generalized Linear Model
• Time series and spatial analysis
• Actuarial and finance
Nur Hilal A Syahrir,
Statistics, Universitas Sulawesi Barat, Indonesia
Department of Business Mathematics, School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Prasetiya Mulya University (BSD Campus),
Tangerang, Banten 15339, Indonesia
Winalia Agwil, S.Si.,
Department of Statistics, Universitas Bengkulu, Indonesia
Suwaebatul Aslamiyah, M.Kom.
Department of Informatics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Computer Sciences, Universitas Indraprasta PGRI, Jakarta 12530, Indonesia.
Siswanto, S.Si., M.Si.
Department of Statistics, Universitas Hasanuddin, IndonesiaGoogle ScholarORCID
Fajar Mahardika, S.Kom., M.Kom.
Department of Computer Technology, Institut Teknologi dan Sains NU Pekalongan, Indonesia
Flowchart of Submission Process
Submission and Tracking of manuscript
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We encourage author to use this template (Download Template). All instructions are within the template and it is easy to follow. Original Article must contain these sections: Abstract, Introduction, Experimental Section, Results, Discussion (can be combined with results), and Conclusion. For other types of manuscript, any structure is acceptable as long as it contains: Abstract, Introduction/Background, and Conclusion/Summary (a summary can be included within the discussion section).
Unstructured abstract, not more than 250 words. The abstract should briefly highlight the background, methods, results, and conclusions of the study.
Size: Height and width= should fit within the first page of the ADS template
Quality: Minimum 300 dpi
File type: JPG or PNG. The file type of figures must be uniform for all the figures. If the graphical abstract is in JPG, all the other figures should be in JPG format.
Size: Height = should fit within a single page of the ADS template, width = should fit within the ADS template
Quality: Minimum 300 dpi
File type: JPG or PNG. The file type of figures must be uniform for all the figures. If figure 1 is in JPG, all the other figures should be in JPG format.
Reproduction of figures
To reproduce a figure (already published in a paper in any journal) in ADS, copyright permission must be obtained. If a figure is reproduced without permission, it will be considered plagiarism and the authors will be asked to rectify the same. A note like 'copyright has been obtained from Einstein et al.' must be included within the Figure legend.
Tables must be created with the insert table feature of the Microsoft word. Please do not insert table as an image.
Equations must be created with the insert equation feature of the Microsoft word. Please do not insert equation as an image.
Software to reduce grammatical errors
The use of grammarly is encouraged to minimize grammatical errors. Grammarly can be downloaded, installed, and added as an add-on to the Microsoft Word document.
Reference managing software
Authors are encouraged to use software such as Mendeley, Zotero, etc. to arrange the references. Mendeley and Zotero can be downloaded and installed. Once installed, they will appear on the 'References' tab on the Microsoft Word document.
We accept Vancouver style.
In terms of planning the study design, data analysis, statistical analysis, software, executing work, writing, and editing, a significant contribution should be made by all contributing authors such as the first author, co-authors, and corresponding authors. Authors are encouraged to get familiar with the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines.
The corresponding author will take the responsibility of communicating with the editors from the initial submission till publication. Depending on the requirement, there may be two corresponding authors. In the case of two corresponding authors, the asterisk '*' sign should accompany their names in the manuscript and the initials of the authors should accompany their email addresses in the manuscript.
Change of authorship
During the review process, the corresponding author may request that the authorship be changed, providing appropriate reasons for the request. It is not permitted to add or remove authors once a submission has been accepted.
If possible, authors are requested to submit a plagiarism report from commercial software (or from a free online server) as a supplemental data. For all types of articles, the plagiarism percentage should be kept as low as possible (maximum upper limit 20% excluding references). Even if the plagiarism percentage remains below 20%, the authors may be further asked to reduce the plagiarism to increase the authenticity of the manuscript.
Animal ethics and cell lines
Studies should be carried out keeping in mind the standard guidelines set by OECD, CPCSEA, ICH, Animal Welfare Board of India, as well as other organizations. Ethical clearance with proper documents should be obtained from the concerned authority (for example, Institutional Animal Ethics Committee) to carry out the studies. Also, sufficient details regarding the document number should be mentioned in the manuscript.
Retraction guidelines provided by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) will be followed. A notice of retraction will be given to a paper if the findings are unreliable, unethical, plagiarized, or manipulated. To maintain integrity, the retracted paper will remain visible on the e-bulletin page. However, a notice of retraction will accompany the paper.
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Open Access Policy
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The papers are freely available to read, shared, and reproduced in any form with proper citation
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