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Statistics for Sept- Nov 2011   

Posted by Anna Lawson | 0 comments  
12Dec2011
In order to give an overview of repository statistics for the 2011/ 2012 autumn term, the repository team has put together a report showing a range of statistics from Sept - Nov 2011. The report shows:
  • The number of live records in the repository
  • The amount of unique visitors to the repository
  • The number of items deposited to the repository, and who deposited them
  • What percentage of records are full text, and which faculty they are from
  • What country visitors to the repository come from, and how they find the repository
  • The top keywords used to find the repository in search engines
  • The number of full text documents downloaded
  • The top ten most downloaded items
  • The number of and percentage of full text items for each faculty
  • The top five most downloaded items for each faculty

UWE researchers can view the full report at https://share.uwe.ac.uk/teams/rep/stats/, but highlights also appear below:

As of 30 November 2011 there were:

13, 498 live records (up 282 since August 2011)
1, 890 full text records (up 177 since August 2011)
14 % full text

Unique visitors are currently at 1,800 per week, having risen from 1,250 per week in early September.

Items deposited Sept-Nov 2011:
 

Sept

Oct

Nov

Total deposits*

77

163

200

Mediated

9

6

33

Deposits added by FROs

14

18

15

CAHE

6

12

2

FBL

-

2

-

FET

8

1

13

HLS

-

3

-

Self-deposited

54

138

152

CAHE

8

36

12

FBL

1

47

17

FET

11

45

107

HLS

33

11

15

Library

1

-

1


* Total deposits include items that have been self-deposited by individuals; deposits added by Faculty Research Officers (FROs) and mediated deposits, which are deposited by the UWE Research Repository team

 

The percentage of articles self-deposited by researchers has risen siginificantly. Every month since September has seen at least 70% of items self-deposited. A year ago, in November 2010, this figure was at 32%.

Of the four faculties, the Faculty of Business and Law (FBL) has the highest full text percentage, with 22% of their items having full text attached. However, if we disregard records from legacy databases, which do not have full text attached, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology (FET) has the highest full text percentage, with 51% of their records having full text attached.

The top five most downloaded items are listed below:

Paper details  Faculty   No. of downloads (Sept-Nov 2011)
 Braun, Virginia and Clarke, Victoria (2006) Using thematic analysis in psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3 (2). pp. 77-101. ISSN 1478-0887 Faculty of Health and Life Sciences  5901
Barton, Hugh and Grant, Marcus (2006) A health map for the local human habitat. The Journal for the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health, 126 (6). pp. 252-253. Faculty of Environment and Technology  282
Orme, Judy, Jones, Matthew, Kimberlee, Richard, Weitkamp, Emma, Salmon, Debra, Dailami, Narges, Adrian, Morley and Kevin, Morgan (2011) Food for life partnership evaluation: Full report. Project Report. University of the West of England, Bristol. Faculty of Health and Life Sciences/ Faculty of Environment and Technology  170
Melia, Steve and Barton, Hugh and Parkhurst, Graham (2011) The paradox of intensification. Transport Policy, 18 (1). Faculty of Environment and Technology  168
Clarke, V. (2010) Review of the book "Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis: Theory, Method and Research". Psychology Learning & Teaching, 9 (1). pp. 57-56. Faculty of Health and Life Sciences  158

 

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