Number of titles and requests in various usage ranges (enter dates)
What it tells you
From this report, you can look at summaries of usage/non-usage of titles in the deal you take and any usage/non-usage of other titles included in the JR1/JR1a reports including gateways and host intermediaries (ingentaconnect (Publishing Technology), SwetsWise, EbscoHOST, Ebsco EJS and ProQuest) over a selected date range.
You can see for each publisher and each year numbers and percentages of titles in each usage range nil, low (1-9 accesses), medium (10-99 accesses), high (100-999 accesses), and very high (1000 accesses and over). You can click on the title numbers to get a list of titles in each usage range.
How to run the report
- Log in to the portal and go to on Journals (R4)
- Select Number of titles and requests in various usage ranges (enter dates)
- Select publisher
- Select JR1 (all) or JR1a (archive only)
- Select a date range
- Click Generate
How to interpret the data
The table shows the breakdown of the number of titles and percentage within each usage range (nil, low, medium, high, very high) for titles from the publisher.
Most summary reports in JUSP include intermediary figures as given in this report, either included in the totals or shown separately. This is always made clear in the notes for each report.
Please note that Ebsco EJS provided usage statistics up to July 2014; after that date usage of all titles accessed via Ebsco EJS comes directly from the publisher.
Top tips for using this report
- The report is useful for examining usage over a specified period, e.g. academic year, or over a period where unusual levels of usage are observed
- Click on the title numbers to get a listing of the titles falling within that usage range and category. Use these data in further analysis of your usage
- Download the report as a CSV file to perform your own analyses
The related report Number of titles and requests in various usage ranges (calendar year) enables you to view usage for a specified calendar year.