A major event for us has been the AMSc congress last May. We are very happy to see enthusiasm for developing scientific skills and taking scientific writing to the next level. We are also glad to notice the growing interest in our journal, hoping it to be the accessible first step to scientific writing for every student. In this volume you will find a personal note by Jordy Jurgens, the winner of our award for best published article in AMSj. Read about his struggles and victories in research and writing a scientific article!
Life is full of chances and estimations. Whether you think about leaving on time to catch the train or studying just enough to succeed in your exams, probability is what all our decisions have in common. In this volume, Birgit Witte wrote an interesting article about drawing conclusions from our calculations. She gives insight in the meaning of the p-value and teaches us how to interpret statistical values correctly, essential information in order to fulfill our roles as scientists.
Time flies and as we are developing our journal some contributors have to say goodbye while we welcome others to our team. We want to say thanks to Chloé ten Broeke, Sayf Faraj, Joost Binnerts and Thomas Baltes for taking us to this level and welcome Medelyn Wennekers, Arnolt Jan Hoving, Rajshri Panday, Michiel van Baar and Sebastiaan Hoeffelman as new members of AMSj.
Well let me not withhold you any further from reading a fine edition again, enjoy our 6th edition!