As suggested by Jian-Feng Yao, here is the Mathematical Citation Quotient (MCQ) for statistics journals, as we did already for probability journals in a previous post. We refer to this previous post for a presentation of the MCQ. We recall that the MCQ is computed just like the impact factor, except that
- the citing window has a width of 5 years instead of 1 year (well adapted to mathematics);
- the citing population is formed only by journals indexed in the MR database (not well adapted to applied statistics).