Extracted from a larger table in Stigler (1994). Inter-journal citation counts for four journals, "Biometrika", "Comm Statist.", "JASA" and "JRSS-B", as used on p448 of Agresti (2002)

`citations`

A four by four matrix, where the \(i,j\)-th element is the number of times journal \(i\) has been cited by journal \(j\).

Agresti, A. (2002) *Categorical Data Analysis* (2nd ed.). New York: Wiley

In the context of paired comparisons, the 'winner' is the cited journal and the 'loser' is the one doing the citing.

This dataset also appears in the `BradleyTerry2`

package.

Stigler, S. (1994) Citation patterns in the journals of statistics and probability. *Statistical Science*, **9**, 384-406.