ROAR Statistics 2008-2013

Data collection


Grace, S. 2014. ROAR Statistics 2008-2013. The University of East London. doi:10.15123/DATA.3
AuthorsGrace, S.
Contributors
Data collectorGraham, Rachel
Abstract

Compilation of statistics on growth and use of ROAR, UEL's repository of research publications since its establishment in late 2008. ROAR is an open access repository offering free access to research publications by UEL staff and to doctoral theses. Data compiled by a combination of internal reporting from repository software (DSpace and Eprints) and Google Analytics data.

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Statistics 2008-2013 -- Excel 2013

License
CC BY
Data type
Text
Contents
Data
File Access Level
Anyone
OutputROAR 2013 review
Year2014
PublisherThe University of East London
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.15123/DATA.3
KeywordsRepositories; Open Access; institutional repositories
Data collection period01 Aug 2008 to end of 31 Aug 2014
Data collection method

Data reported by repository software (DSpace until September 2012 and then Eprints) and by Google Analytics. Some addition data for comparison of ROAR with other university repositories from repository registries OpenDOAR and ROAR.eprints.org.

Publication dates
Online05 Sep 2014
Additional information

Spreadsheet created, values copied from repository software/Google Analytics.

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