Journal of Statistics, Computing and Interdisciplinary Research (SCIR) follows a double-blind peer-review process. Where the reviewers have not shared any details of the authors such as their names or affiliations and review reports are also shared anonymously with authors.
The virtue of a double-blind peer-review system is that it ensures the evaluation of the manuscripts is purely based on the quality of the content. It enables reviewers to assess the manuscripts in an unbiased manner and let them look if the content is original, valid and has some significance.
Generally, the manuscripts are scientifically reviewed by at least two experts. They assess if the submitted article is sound, comprehensive and have no replication of other published works. If reviewers recommend the manuscript as suitable for publication in review reports editorial team reaches a final decision.