IJF article submissions
Online supplements for accepted articles (e.g., data, computer code and unpublished appendixes) are available on the ScienceDirect site.
Please use the APA style
Authors wanting to submit papers created using LaTeX are advised to use this template. More instructions about the elsarticle class and the various options (such as how to deal with authors having different addresses) are available on the Elsevier site.
Please submit the paper as a pdf file. After a paper is accepted, we will request the tex file and other source files.
The Editor-in-Chief, Rob J Hyndman, writes a blog covering forecasting research and the IJF. A selection of his articles are linked below.
- Table design
- Refereeing a journal article
- Forecast estimation, evaluation and transformation
- Authorship ethics
- Becoming a referee
- How to avoid annoying a referee
- Always listen to reviewers
- Joining an editorial board
- Benchmarks for forecasting
- Tourism forecasting competition
- Your name is your brand
- Twenty rules for good graphics
- The falling standard of English in research
- Writing responses to referee reports
- Sight what you cite
- Replications and reproducible research
- Writing referee reports
- Why referee?