I recently read this article analyzing the top five journals in economics using bibliometrics. I was very interested, and as I'm a PhD student who wants to start publishing, I thought a good project might be to repeat this type of analysis myself but for statistics journals, as part of getting a sense of what is going on now in statistics. The authors of the linked study managed to cite papers of surveys of economists asking them what the top journals in their field are, but I have not found a similar resource for statistics.
First, I'd like to know what people here perceive the top five statistics journals to be (or even if five is a bad number and I should expand it). Right now my list is the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B (JRSB), Journal of the American Statistical Association (JASA), *Annals of Statistics (AoS), Journal of Statistical Software (JSS), and Biostatistics (Bios).
My next question would be whether it's even acceptable to make a "top 5" list for statistics. While the authors of the linked paper did so for economics, it seems like statistics is more subdivided, so I should purposefully expand my list to include more domain-focused journals even if they are not ranking highly on general surveys.