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JUSP report features update: title master report filtering and database standard views

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Presentation from JUSP webinar run on 9 July 2019. How to tailor the COUNTER Release 5 title master reports to meet your specific requirements. How to use the database standard views and metrics to evaluate databases. Future report development plans.

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JUSP report features update: title master report filtering and database standard views

  1. 1. JUSP report features update 9 July 2019 Title master report filtering and database standard views
  2. 2. Session outline JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019 •Background •Creating tailored views for journals and books •Using R5 database reports to evaluate database usage •Report development and progress update •Questions
  3. 3. Background A reminder of the key concepts, terminology and reports
  4. 4. A reminder about R5 • There are just 4 main ‘master reports’: platform, database, title, and item • Master reports contain a lot of information covering various metrics (user actions counted) and attributes (info about the content) • Master reports can be filtered to show limited ‘views’ of the data which are more manageable • COUNTER have defined a set of ‘standard views’ • pre-set filters • most common uses cases • suppliers must provide • Master reports can be filtered in other ways as well JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019 In Release 5…
  5. 5. COUNTER Release 5 report structure JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019 Platform Master Report Database Master Report Title Master Report Item Master Report PR_P1 DR_D1 DR_D2 TR_J1 TR_J3 TR_J2 TR_J4 IR_M1 TR_B1 TR_B2 TR_B3 Filter PR Master Reports COUNTER Standard views User defined custom views Filter DR Filter TR Filter IR
  6. 6. Reports in JUSP JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019 Standard views Filtered views of the master reports summarising usage JUSP custom views Simplified view with added information such as core titles Filter the master report to create your own views Set filters to summarise usage to meet your requirements
  7. 7. Creating tailored views for journals and books Title Master Report filtering
  8. 8. Which metrics are found in the TR? JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019 Title Master Report TR_J1 TR_J2 TR_J3 TR_J4 TR_B1 TR_B2 TR_B3 Investigations Total_Item_Investigations Unique_Item_Investigations Unique_Title_Investigations Requests Total_Item_Requests Unique_Item_Requests Unique_Title_Requests SearchesAccess denied No_License Limit_Exceeded
  9. 9. TR_J1 Journal usage excluding OA_Gold JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019
  10. 10. TR_J3 : Journal Usage by Access Type JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019
  11. 11. When to use the TR: filter title master report JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019 Demo examples 1. Identifying the section type for book titles 2. Determining journal title usage for frontfile or subscribed years and excluding open access • Evaluating journal backfiles 3. Investigating OA gold usage 4. Investigating demand for journal backfiles or subscriptions Most of the time you will be able to obtain the information you need from the standard views. You may wish to us the master report filtering: • to summarise the data in a different way • to display additional information or detail • to simplify or hide detail
  12. 12. 4 steps to TR filter selection JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019 1 2 3 4
  13. 13. Demo
  14. 14. Using R5 database reports to evaluate database usage Database standard views and master report filtering
  15. 15. Which metrics are found in the DR? JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019 Database Master Report DR_D1 DR_D2 Investigations Total_Item_Investigations Unique_Item_Investigations Unique_Title_Investigations Total_Item_Investigations Requests Total_Item_Requests Unique_Item_Requests Unique_Title_Requests Total_Item_Requests Searches Searches_Regular Searches_Automated Searches_Federated Searches_Regular Searches_Automated Searches_Federated Access denied No_License Limit_Exceeded No_License Limit_Exceeded
  16. 16. How does this compare with Release 4? JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019 Release 4 DB1 • 4 metrics: Regular Searches, Result Clicks, Record Views, Automated/Federated Searches • Which to use? It depends on the database… • Difficult to make comparisons and calculate cost per use • What about full-text databases? Release 5 DR_D1 • 5 metrics • Total_Item_Investigations – combines result clicks and record views without duplication • Searches_Regular – user actively selected the database, or it was the only option • Searches_Automated - searches conducted through a discovery service or by an automated search agent • Searches_Federated - user simultaneously search multiple databases hosted by the same or different vendors with a single query from a single user interface • Total_Item_Requests – NEW database metric that can be used to evaluate full-text databases
  17. 17. Demo JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019
  18. 18. JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019
  19. 19. Report development plans JUSP title master report filtering and database standard views 9 July 2019 How we are working with the JUSP community • Working a group of 4 users to design additional reports in August and September • Consulting with JUSP community advisory group • Collecting feedback from all users • Carrying out interviews to capture workflows Expected timescales • July: users feedback collected and interviews conducted • August: working with co-design group to design and develop • September: building and testing reports with co-design group and community advisory group • October onwards: additional reports and functionary become available
  20. 20. Questions Please enter your questions in the Q&A
  21. 21. Contact us Email help@jisc.ac.uk Mention JUSP in subject line

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