I have a background in pure mathematics, and I happen to be teaching mostly statistics at the moment.
When there is a question that I can't answer efficiently myself, or when I need a confirmation, I feel like posting a question here (because that's how I feel about the questions: they're math questions).
The first time I did that, the question was massively downvoted and got no constructive answer or even comment (question now deleted, and I got the answer on my own). The second time, the question was migrated to stats.SE, where again it received no comments or answer (although it did get a number of upvotes there).
So my question is:
What makes a statistics question on-topic on math.SE by nowadays standards?