1) The American Statistician
Taylor and Francis
The American Statistician is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering statistics published by Taylor & Francis on behalf of the American Statistical Association. It was established in 1947 and the editor-in-chief is Daniel R. Jeske (University of California, Riverside).
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American Mathematical Society
American Statistical Association
De Gruyter Saur (various)
Computer Abstracts International Database
Social Sciences Index
2) Australian and New Zealand journal of statistics
The Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics is an international journal managed jointly by the Statistical Society of Australia and the New Zealand Statistical Association. Its purpose is to report significant and novel contributions in statistics, ranging across articles on statistical theory, methodology, applications and computing. The journal has a particular focus on statistical techniques that can be readily applied to real-world problems, and on application papers with an Australasian emphasis. Outstanding articles submitted to the journal may be selected as Discussion Papers, to be read at a meeting of either the Statistical Society of Australia or the New Zealand Statistical Association.
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3) Journal of statistical software
Foundation for Open Access Statistics
The Journal of Statistical Software (JSS) is an open-source and open-access scientific journal by the statistical software community for everybody interested in statistical computing. All aspects of the journal, from editorial work over review and copy-editing up to typesetting and publication, are run by a group of volunteers committed to free software (as in software that respects the users' essential freedoms: the freedom to run it, to study and change it, and to redistribute copies with or without changes) and free-subscription, free-submission open-access publishing ideas. Therefore, and as a matter of principle, JSS charges no author fees or subscription fees. The journal does expect the same level of commitment from authors ...
4) Annals of mathematics
Princeton University Press
The Annals of Mathematics is published bimonthly by the Department of Mathematics at Princeton University with the cooperation of the Institute for Advanced Study. Founded in 1884 by Ormond Stone of the University of Virginia, the journal was transferred in 1899 to Harvard University, and in 1911 to Princeton University. Since 1933, the Annals has been edited jointly by Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study....
5) Annual review of statistics and its application
Annual Reviews Inc
The Annual Review of Statistics and Its Application informs statisticians, and users of statistics about major methodological advances and the computational tools that allow for their implementation.
The Annual Review of Statistics and Its Application debuted in the 2016 Release of the Journal Citation Report (JCR) with an Impact Factor of 3.045....