Education without innovative research and development is meaningless for the community. This is more so when we are intertwined globally and contribution to global knowledge is the call of the day. I feel highly motivated by the positive response from contributors and like-minded educational fraternities exhibiting their deep interest in promoting and supporting the Journal of Quantitative Methods (JQM) since its inception in August 2017.
JQM endeavours to provide a forum for academicians, researchers and practitioners who are interested in the discussion of data driven innovation sand are keen to promote, share and publish relevant high-quality research in the domains of statistics, business and economics. Thus, JQM aims to promote the data driven innovations in various fields and provides assistance in decision making and presents the advanced statistical methods with insights on basic and applied quantitative methods, tools and techniques.
I would like to hear from you as well as your valuable suggestions on improving our journal further. I sincerely extend my thanks to contributors, editorial board members and looking forward for continuous support.
Prof. Dr. Maqbool Hussain Sial (PhD UW-Madison USA)