Great Impact Factor results for Wiley-Blackwell’s Statistics journals

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  • Date: 23 July 2012

Wiley-Blackwell is pleased to announce that it has four journals ranked within the Top 10 of the 2011 Statistics & Probability category, with the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society-Series B: Statistical Methodology taking second place with an Impact Factor of 3.645.

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Econometrica (Impact Factor 2.967), the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A-Statistics in Society (2.110) and Pharmaceutical Statistics (2.067) were also ranked in the Top 10, with Pharmaceutical Statistics achieving an increase of 26% on last year.

Pharmaceutical Statistics cover

Further highlights include Environmetrics achieving a 41% rise in Impact Factor to 1.060, and Random Structures and Algorithms reaching 1.034, an increase of 44%.

Environmetrics cover

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