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Re: initiative to standardize database stats?
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- Subject: Re: initiative to standardize database stats?
- From: Ian Connor <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 19:16:07 EST
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Hi Mindy, COUNTER does cover databases. Journals are covered by the JR standard reports (e.g. JR1, JR2, etc.) while databases are covered by the DB ones (e.g. DB1, DB2, etc). http://www.projectcounter.org/r3/Release3D9.pdf DB reports are a little harder to analyze compared to journals as you can more easily see the cost benefit in journals because there is document delivery. That is, if you see a low cost per view, you know the subscription is helping your patrons and saving you money. Regards, Ian Connor Pubget.com <http://corporate.pubget.com/services/paperstats> Inc On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 6:10 PM, Pennington, Mindy Mindy.Pennington@pfizer.com> wrote: > Hello all, > > Does anyone know if there is an organizational initiative to > standardize database statistics-like COUNTER compliant journal > stats? Logins, queries, searches, cumulative time spent online, > documents, session count, page views-it drives me mad! I would be > interested in participating on such a project.... > > Regards, > > Mindy Pennington > Senior Manager > Information & Library Services > Pfizer Inc > Eastern Point Rd > Groton, CT 06340 > +1 860-686-3551 > firstname.lastname@example.org > >
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