Observational Studies Spring 2021 Volume 7

About Observational Studies

Observational Studies is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes manuscripts on all aspects of observational studies, including, but not limited to, study protocols for observational studies, methodologies for observational studies, descriptions of data sets for observational studies, software for observational studies and analyses of observational studies. For further details, see the journal's aims and scope.

Project MUSE is now hosting the Commentaries on Leo Breiman’s paper “Statistical Modeling: The Two Cultures” (Statistical Science, 2001, 16(3), 199-231) as a Special Issue of Observational Studies.  Read the Commentaries here.

 

Observational Studies is now accepting submissions. See Author Guidelines for more information or email the editors at obsjournal@pennmedicine.upenn.edu. All manuscripts should be submitted via the Scholastica online submission system.

To submit an article for consideration in an upcoming issue please click the blue button. 

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Do authors retain copyright? 

The author gets to choose whether they retain the copyright. We do not automatically copyright in the name of Penn Press.
Do authors retain the right to use their own paper commercially?
They do not; they can only reuse their work in cases where the same (non-commercial) license is used as the OBS publication:
From the author agreement:
Upon publication of your contribution in the Journal,Observational Studies grants you an irrevocable, nonexclusive, royalty-free license to use your contribution in any book volume consisting wholly of your own work,provided that each such use shall carry the copyright notice specified to you in writing by Observational Studies.

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