Style Request: American Statistical Association

Hi, I need the style of the American Statistical Association for Zotero, but I cannot find it anywhere.

This is a link to ASA information on the style:

Berk, K. N. (1978), “Comparing Subset Regression Procedures,”
Technometrics, 20, 1–6.

I am not sure about the boot style, I think it is:
Little, R. J. A., and Rubin, D. (2002), "Statistical Analysis with Missing Data" (2nd ed); Hoboken; Wiley.

Thank you.
    I'd assume most statisticians write in LaTeX, so no one has ever requested this.
  • edited April 9, 2014
    I thought so too. In this case, I need it for the Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology.

    Since I am not a Statistician, rather a methodologist, I did not use Latex to prepare the manuscript.

    I edited this thread to conform to a style request. Note I was not sure how to use intalics in the style examples I gave above.
  • The online Journal of Statistics Education (eISSN: 1069-1898) uses Word for submissions and the AmStat Style.

    Campbell, J. L., and Pedersen, O. K. (2007), "The Varieties of Capitalism and Hybrid Success," Comparative Political Studies, 40 (3), 307-332, DOI: 10.1177/0010414006286542.

    Mares, I. (2001), "Firms and the Welfare State: When, Why, and How Does Social Policy Matter to Employers?," in Varieties of Capitalism. The Institutional Foundations of Comparative Advantage, eds. P. A. Hall and D. Soskice, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 184-213.

    In-text citations would be (Campbell and Pedersen 2007) and (Mares 2001). Reference list is left aligned (no hanging indent) with a space between references.

    Online AmStat Style Guide:
  • will take some time, but I'll try to prioritize.
    Journal of Consumer Research is a very good fit until then.
  • I'm also interested in using the American Statistical Association style. I have switched from Latex to Word and am just starting to use Zotero.
  • Is there any update on adding the AmStat Style to Zotero? I am currently in need of a style similar to the International Statistical Review, which I'm sure is similar to or the same as that for The American Statistician.
  • tomka and ervance,

    I'm submitting to the same journal. What did you end up doing?

    I think anyone can make a style, but maybe. I'm thinking of Mendeley.

    Did you submit with the alternatve style suggested above?

    Thanks in advance
  • @Matt Jans
    I used the Journal of Consumer Research style and then made many, many manual changes to my document to turn it into the AmStat style. For subsequent submissions to statistics journals I have not cared about the reference formatting. My submissions are still in review, so I don't know if the editors care so much about the format.

    There are a lot of journals that use the AmStat format style (why it's different from every other style is a different question!). Has any progress been made on including it in Zotero?
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