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Guidelines for the aggregation and exchange of Usage Data

Knowledge Exchange and Usage Statistics

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Title: KE Usage Statistics Guidelines
Subject: Usage Statistics,  Guidelines, Repositories, Publications, Research Intelligence
Moderator: Peter Verhaar (KE Usage Statistics Work Group)
Version: 1.0
Date published: 2010-05-18
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Guidelines for the exchange of usage statistics from a repository to a central server using OpenURL Context Objects via OAI-PMH or SUSHI.



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Type: Guidelines, info:eu-repo/semantics/technicalDocumentation
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Identifier: http://purl.org/REP/standards/KE Usage Statistics Guidelines
Language: EN
Rights: CC-BY
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2010-05-26

1.0

Peter Verhaar

Definitive version 1.0.; Comments made during the phone conference which took place on 25-05-2010 and which was attended by Thobias Schäfer, Hans-Werber Hilse, Jochen Schirrwagen, Marek Imialek, Paul Needham, Peter Verhaar, Maurice Vanderfeesten, Natalia Manola and Lefteris Stamatogiannakis

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2010-05-18

0.9.5

Peter Verhaar

DRAFT version 1.0 ; comments and layout improvements made by Jochen Schirrwagen, Max Kemman, Peter Verhaar and Maurice Vanderfeesten

 

2010-04-24

0.9

Peter Verhaar

Revised version, in which comments made by Benoit Pauwels, Hans-Werner Hilse, Thobias Schäfer, Daniel Metje and Paul Needham have been incorporated.

 

2010-04-13

0.2

Maurice Vanderfeesten

Added the sections based on the Knowledge Exchange meeting in Berlin. And filled in some additional information to these sections.

 

2010-03-25

0.1

Peter Verhaar

First draft, based on technical specifications from the OA-Statistics project (written by Daniel Metje and Hans-Werner Hilse), the NEEO project (witten by Benoit Pauwels) and the SURE project (written by Peter Verhaar and Lucas van Schaik)

 

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