Usage Statistics Reporting Tool
Find statistics for keyword searches, articles displayed, links chosen, GALILEO logins, and more.
Two reporting tools are available:
- Original GALILEO Usage Statistics Reporting Tool
- New GALILEO Usage Statistics Reporting Tool
- Guide to the New GALILEO Reporting Tool
- Why are the search statistics so high for EBSCO Discovery Service? Please contact GALILEO staff via the GALILEO Contact Us form to request an EBSCO Database Report to see usage data at the profile level.
- From September 2011 to September 2012, EBSCO usage data for Searches and Citations increased dramatically as a result of the transition from WebFeat to 360Search for GALILEO’s Federated Search.
- Proquest platform data 2001- December 2010 for ABI/Inform Complete has some duplication of search counts due to the way subsets were totaled.
- ABI/Inform Archive, previously combined into Complete is reported separately after July 2011.
- ABI/Inform Dateline was combined with ABI/Inform Complete in January 2011.
- During the period of January 2011 to August 2011, when the old ProQuest platform was retired, both old and new platform data are combined in the reports.
- Full-text usage decreased for EBSCOhost databases for the month of May 2011 and the last half of April 2011 due to an EBSCO system upgrade that was deployed on April 19th. An error occurred causing a lack of complete statistical tracking of “PDF views.” This was recognized and subsequently fixed on June 1. GALILEO has calculated that the usage data is 34% less than May 2010. April 2011 full-text data was not effected.
- Full-text usage increased from April 2009 - April 2010 as a result of changes in how EBSCO reports full-text usage via their federated search gateway.
- Ongoing full-text usage decreased in 2003 as a result of ProQuest discontinuation for K-12 and in 2004 as a result of ProQuest discontinuation for the USG.
- Ongoing searches increased in 2006 as a result of the introduction of federated searching.
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