Guides to the Book Reports

If you're new to JUSP, have a look at our Getting Started Guide, which answers many of the questions that users have when setting up an account and beginning to run reports. You can find individual guides to the book reports below, including how to run them, tips and screenshots.

Many JUSP reports can be exported for further analysis in Excel, and the charts and graphs can be saved as image files for use in your own documents etc.

Main book reports

  • BR1 AND BR2 REPORTS

    The number of monthly requests for each title from a selected publisher over a selected period of time in the COUNTER BR1 or BR2 report format.

  • BR3 REPORT

    The number of monthly access denied for each title from a selected publisher over a selected period of time in the COUNTER BR3 report format.

Summary reports

  • SCONUL RETURN

    The annual SCONUL statistical return asks libraries to report on the number of section requests (COUNTER BR2 or equivalent) for the academic year 1 August - 31 July. The SCONUL return report helps provide this information for any publishers within JUSP.

  • TOP 100 TITLES WITH HIGHEST SECTION REQUESTS (CALENDAR YEAR OR ACADEMIC YEAR)

    Display the 100 titles with the highest number of BR2 requests by publisher or all publishers, and by calendar or academic year or all years.

  • TRENDS OVER TIME - TABLES AND GRAPHS

    Monthly and yearly number of requests from each publisher. Results are displayed as a table and as a graph.