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This presentation by Kornelia Junge, explains the COUNTER Code of Practice Release 5. It describes why it was necessary to develop Release 5 which is effect in January 2019, and the development process. It goes on to describe the key features of Release 5 including Metric Types, Attributes and report formats.

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  1. 1. Release 5 COUNTER Code of Practice- Release 5 Kornelia Junge, Senior Research Manager, Wiley Based on slides created by Senol Akay, American Chemical Society COUNTER R5 Technical Working Group
  2. 2. Release 5 Agenda • Introduction • COUNTER Code of Practice • COUNTER CoP5 Scope • COUNTER CoP5 Reports & Metrics • Questions
  3. 3. Release 53 Community
  4. 4. Release 5 The COUNTER Code of Practice COUNTER Counting Online Usage of Networked Electronic Resources • COUNTER is a non-profit organization supported by a global community of library, publisher and vendor members. Members contribute to the development of the Code of Practice (COP) through working groups and outreach. • COUNTER was founded in 2002. COUNTER provides guidance on consistent and credible usage data, reporting, and formats. • COUNTER Release 4 has been the current Code of Practice since 2014. • Release 4 is an integrated Code of Practice covering journals, databases, books, reference works and multimedia items. • COUNTER Release 5 has been published in July 2017 and will become mandatory in January 2019. Consistent ComparableCreditable
  5. 5. Release 5 Developed by the COUNTER Community The COUNTER R5 working group is comprised of librarians, publishers, representatives of ERM systems, and other usage service providers. The members of the group who contributed their time and expertise are: •Oliver Pesch (Chair) •Senol Akay •Daniel Albertsson •Irene Barbers •Simon Bevan •Sarah Bull •Andrew Goldthorpe •Enrique Gonzales •Kornelia Junge •Sonja Lendi •Tasha Mellins-Cohen •Paul Needham •Bernd Oberknapp •Heather Staines
  6. 6. Release 56 Release 5 Scope
  7. 7. Release 5 The COUNTER Code of Practice 5 • The COUNTER Code of Practice has been developed over more than a decade. • Over the last 15 years, with the development of new technologies and needs, COP has incorporated more reports, and new formats and metrics types. • This natural growth has increased complexity, and it has reduced consistency among reports. As a result, compliance has become more difficult for publishers and other content providers and analysis has become more challenging for libraries. • COUNTER launched a survey about the current usage reports in 2016. Based on survey results from libraries, publishers and other vendors, COUNTER has started working on a new COP focusing on reducing the complexity of the current reports, increasing the focus on consistency and clarity of metric types, reports and report formats. • The aim of the new Code of Practice is to introduce flexibility that reduces the number of reports while making the COP more adaptable for future changes to requirements. Consistency Simplicity Transparency & Flexibility Clarity
  8. 8. Release 5 Consistency Addressing changing needs and reducing the complexity of the Code of Practice to ensure publishers and content providers are able to achieve compliance. • Reporting Layout • Reporting Formats • Vocabulary & Terminology The COUNTER Code of Practice 5 Consistency Simplicity Transparency & Flexibility Clarity
  9. 9. Release 5 Simplicity Four Master Reports streamlined for the most common reporting needs for librarians, publishers and content providers. • Four Master Reports • Pre-set, Filtered Standard Views • Fewer Metric Types • New Item & Usage Attributes The COUNTER Code of Practice 5 Consistency Simplicity Transparency & Flexibility Clarity
  10. 10. Release 5 Flexibility Comprehensive reporting attributes empower users to generate necessary drill- down reports with ease. • Granular Reports with Attributes • Specific Reporting for Data Needs • Reduce Redundancy The COUNTER Code of Practice 5 Consistency Simplicity Transparency & Flexibility Clarity
  11. 11. Release 5 Clarity Using clear and consistent terminology on all metrics types and attributes brings clarity. • Reducing and renaming metrics types for clarity • Using consistent metric types across all reports, as applicable The COUNTER Code of Practice 5 Consistency Simplicity Transparency & Flexibility Clarity
  12. 12. Release 512 Reports & Metrics
  13. 13. Release 5 Four Master Reports are the Foundation of COUNTER R5 Reports 13 Platform Master Report Database Master Report Title Master Report Item Master Report
  14. 14. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5:Reports Example of user interface 01/01/2017 12/31/2017 Total_Item_Request Journal Controlled Regular
  15. 15. Release 5 “Standard Views” Address the Most Common Use Cases 15 Platform Master Report • Platform Usage Database Master Report • Database Search and Item Usage • Database Access Denied Title Master Report • Book Requests (Excluding OA_Gold) • Book Access Denied • Book Usage by Access Type • Journal Requests (Excluding OA_Gold) • Journal Access Denied • Journal Usage by Access Type • Journal Requests by YOP Requests (Excluding OA_Gold) Item Master Report • Content Item Requests • Multimedia Item Requests
  16. 16. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types Metric_Type identifies activities and the nature of the activity being reported on. In COUNTER Release 5, three activity groups are reported: • investigation & requests • access denied • search Metric_type attribute is in all COUNTER reports and Standard Views. • Searches_Regular • Searches_Federated • Searches_Automated • Searches_Platform • Total_Item_Investigations • Total_Item_Requests • Unique_Item_Investigations • Unique_Item_Requests • Unique_Title_Investigations • Unique_Title_Requests Metric Types • No_License • Limit_Exceeded
  17. 17. Release 5 Investigations & Requests Investigations report user actions related to a content item or title. Actions on part of an item or information about an item or the item itself are reported. • Total_Item_Investigations the total number of times a content item or information related to a content item was accessed. • Unique_Item_Investigations the number of unique content items investigated by a user. • Unique_Title _Investigations the number of unique titles investigated by a user. COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types
  18. 18. Release 5 Investigations & Requests requests report user requests for a content item or chapter of a book. A request is specifically related to viewing or downloading the full content item. Total_Item_requests the total number of times the full text of a content item was downloaded or viewed. Unique_Item_requests the number of unique content items requested by a user. Unique_Title _requests the number of unique titles requested by a user. COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types
  19. 19. Release 5 Metric Types: Investigations vs Requests
  20. 20. Release 5 Example Susan is researching on Publisher Platform. From a list of search results, she opens three article abstracts and a video record. All four records are different, but two of the articles are from the same journal. The counts are: COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types Publisher.org Publisher Abstract Abstract Abstract
  21. 21. Release 5 Example The counts are: Total_Item_Investigations: 4 Unique_Item_Investigations: 4 Unique_Title_Investigations: 3 COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types Abstract Abstract Abstract
  22. 22. Release 5 Example After reading the abstracts, Susan downloads the PDFs for two of the articles, both from the same journal. The counts change to: Total_Item_Investigations: 6 Total_Item_Request:2 Unique_Item_Investigations: 4 Unique_Item_Request:2 Unique_Title_Investigations: 3 Unique_Title_Request:1 COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types Full-text Full-text Abstract Abstract Abstract Investigation Requests
  23. 23. Release 5 Access Denials In Release 5, two types of access denial metrics are tracked. No_license user is unable to retrieve full-text of a unique content because his/her institution does not have a license to the content. Limit_Exceeded user is unable to retrieve full-text of a unique content because his/her institution has exceeded access limits. COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types
  24. 24. Release 5 Example Susan is researching the history of antibiotics on Publisher Platform. From a list of search results, she opens three article abstracts and two video records. She intended to view video records, however her institution has not subscribed to the video database, and she is therefore denied access. The counts are: No_License : 2 Limit_Exceeded : 0 Susan repeats her attempt to access one of the video records five minutes later. The counts are: No_License : 3 Limit_Exceeded : 0 COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types
  25. 25. Release 5 Example Susan is researching the history of antibiotics on Publisher Platform. From a list of search results, she opens three article abstracts and two video records. She intended to watch both video records. Her institution has a limited subscription to the video database, and Susan’s usage exceeds that cap. The counts are: No_license: 0 Limit_Exceeded: 2 COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types
  26. 26. Release 5 Searches There are four different types of search metrics in Release 5. Searches_Regular the number of times a user searches a database, where they have actively chosen that database from a list of options OR there is only one database available to search. Searches_Automated the number of times a user searches a database, where they have not actively chosen that database from a list of options. Searches_Platform the number of times a user performs a search on the platform, regardless of the number of databases involved in the search. Searches_Federated the number of times a search is run through Federated Search Service/Engine. COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types
  27. 27. Release 5 Example Susan is researching the history of antibiotics on Publisher Platform, which includes multiple databases. She runs a search for “history AND antibiotics.” The counts are: Searches_Regular: 0 Searches_Automated: 1 Searches_Platform: 1 Searches_Federated: 0 COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types
  28. 28. Release 5 Example Susan then selects the ‘History of Medicine’ database and reruns her search. The counts are: Searches_Regular: 1 Searches_Automated: 1 Searches_Platform: 2 Searches_Federated: 0 COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types
  29. 29. Release 5 Example Susan searched for "comedy plays” on a publisher platform. She gets a list of comedy plays on the search result page. From the search result list, she clicks on "Production A" that opens in a new tab. On the Production A page there are many links related to content such as fragments, interviews, etc. along with actual video content. Susan clicks 5 unique links on the "Production A" page and she read content related to the production before playing the video. Then she clicked on “play” and she watched the whole video. After she finished the video, she goes back to the search result page and clicks on "Production B". The counts are: COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types
  30. 30. Release 5 Example Search Counts: Searches_Regular: 1 Searches_Automated: 0 Searches_Platform: 1 Searches_Federated: 0 COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types Publisher.org Publisher Comedy plays
  31. 31. Release 5 Example Investigations & Requests: Total_Item_Investigations: 8 Total_Item_Requests: 1 Unique_Item_Investigations: 7 Unique_Item_Requests: 1 Unique_Title_Investigation: 2 Unique_Title_Request:1 COUNTER Release 5: Metric Types Production A Production A Link 1 Production A Link 2 Production A Link 3 Production A Link 4 Production A Link 5 Production A Production B
  32. 32. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5: Data Types Data_Type identifies the general type of content being accessed or for which usage is being reported. This attribute is used when creating Standard Views for Books and Journals and is an optional parameter for the Title Master Report and can be used to generate summaries in a Database Master Report or Platform Master Report. • Article • Book • Book Segment • Database • Dataset • Journal • Multimedia • Newspaper or Newsletter • Platform • Other • Repository Item • Report • Thesis or Dissertation Data_Types
  33. 33. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5: Section Types Section_Type identifies whether content is delivered in “chunks” (sections) or item level. This describes what that section is, e.g. a book may be accessed by the chapter; content in a journal is accessed by article. This attribute is an optional parameter for the Title Master Report. • Article • Book • Chapter • Other • Section Section_Types
  34. 34. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5: Access Types Access_Type describes the nature of access control that was in place when the content item was accessed. This attribute is in “filtering” for Standard Views and Master Reports and is included in Book Usage by Access Type and Journal Usage by Access Type Standard Views. It’s primary role is to differentiate usage of gold open access content from content that requires a license. OA_Delayed is content that became open access after an embargo period has expired. * OA_Delayed is NOT part of the initial release of R5. It will be introduced at a future date (with sufficient advance notice) after further study. • Controlled • OA_Gold • Other_Free_to_Read (repositories only) • OA_Delayed* (reserved for future use) Access_Types
  35. 35. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5: Access Methods Access_Method indicates whether the usage related to investigations and requests activities were conducted by a human user browsing and searching a website (“regular”) or by Text and Data Mining processes (TDM). This attribute appears as an optional parameter in the four Master Reports. TDM usage is excluded from the standard views for Journal and Book usage. • Regular • TDM Access_Method
  36. 36. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5: Year of Publication YOP is the year of publication for the content item accessed. If content is available in print and online format and the publication dates of these two formats differ, the year of publication of version of record (normally the format that is published first) is used. YOP is an option attribute in Title Master Report, Database Master Report and Platform Master Report. It appears as a column in the Journal Requests by YOP (Excluding OA_Gold) Standard View. • yyyy • 0001 (unknown) • 9999 (articles in press) YOP
  37. 37. Release 537 Release 5 Reports
  38. 38. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5:Title Report |Standard View Reports Report ID TR_B1 TR_B2 TR_B3 TR_J1 TR_J2 TR_J3 TR_J4
  39. 39. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5:Reports JR1 – Release 4 TR-J1 Release 5
  40. 40. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5:Reports Consistent Header Consistent Vocabulary, Metrics & Attributions Consistent Details
  41. 41. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5:Reports Consistent Header Relevant Metric Types Consistent Detailed Information
  42. 42. Release 5 COUNTER Release 5:Reports Consistent Header Relevant Metric Types Consistent Detailed Information
  43. 43. Release 543 SUSHI for COUNTER R5 COUNTER Reports Delivery
  44. 44. Release 5 COUNTER_SUSHI for Release 5 RESTful interface returning JSON- formatted reports Familiar to most web developers Allows retrieval of full reports, or snippets of usage Allows usage display to be embedded in other applications
  45. 45. Release 5 COUNTER_SUSHI for Release 5 Reporting Header
  46. 46. Release 5 COUNTER_SUSHI for Release 5 Reporting Details
  47. 47. Release 5 COUNTER_SUSHI for Release 5 Reporting Metrics
  48. 48. Release 548 Implementation and Transition Timelines
  49. 49. Release 5
  50. 50. Release 5 Contact to COUNTER with further questions/requests: lorraine.estelle@counterusage.org Additional information: https://www.projectcounter.org

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