DATA : 2
6 Weeks in Review
2 Weeks in Publication
Open Access
Peer Reviewed
eISSN 0000-0000

Aims and Scope

The goal of Journal of DataLink (JDL) is to advance the field of data science education through a platform that provides high-quality research, innovative methodologies, and practical insights. Our aim is to bridge the gap between theoretical research and practical application, focusing on the educational value of data in real-world scenarios.

We welcome submissions on, but not limited to, the following topics:

  • Real Data Analysis:
    • Research utilizing real data from various fields such as healthcare, finance, social sciences, engineering, environmental sciences, etc.
    • Case studies applying data science techniques to solve practical problems.
  • Synthetic Data Generation:
    • Studies on the creation and validation of synthetic datasets that accurately reflect the characteristics of real data.
    • Comparative analysis of synthetic and real data in educational settings.
  • Data Processing and Curation for Educational Purposes:
    • Techniques for preprocessing and curating data for educational purposes.
    • Datasets specifically designed for data science education.
  • Innovative Teaching Methodologies:
    • Development and assessment of teaching methodologies in data science education.
    • Design and implementation of data science curricula across various educational levels.
  • Modeling and Analytical Techniques:
    • New modeling techniques and their applications in an educational context.
    • Practical examples of data analysis using the latest tools and technologies.
  • Educational Tools and Resources:
    • Development of software, tools, and resources that enhance data science education.
    • Reviews of existing educational tools and their impact on learning outcomes.
  • Multimedia and Interactive Learning:
    • Integration of video, interactive tutorials, and practical exercises in data science education.
    • Studies on the effect of multimedia resources on learning engagement and performance.