R Journal July Issue

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As the current Editor-in-Chief of the R Journal, I must apologize for the delay in getting the July issue online, due to technical and other matters. In the meantime, though, please take a look at the many interesting articles slated for publication in this and upcoming issues.

Various improvements in technical documentation, as well as the pending hire of the journal’s first-ever editorial assistant, should shorten the review and publication processes in the future.

By the way, I’ve made a couple of tweaks to the Instructions for Authors. First, I note that the journal’s production software really does require following the instructions carefully. For instance, the \author field in your .tex file must start with “by” in order to work properly; it’s not merely a matter of, say, aesthetics. And your submission package must not have more than one .bib file or more than one .tex file other than RJwrapper.tex.

Finally, a reminder to those whom we ask to review article submissions: Your service would be greatly appreciated, a valuable contribution to R. If you must decline, though, please respond to our e-mail query, stating so, so that we may quickly search for other possible reviewers.

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