ORA in Numbers
Statistics for ORA usage are provided via Google Analytics and are presented here for information only. Google Analytics records the number of unique visitors to the site, number of visits to each record, and number of downloads of individual files. Reports are run daily with monthly summaries. Usage statistics include non-human website traffic from bots, such as Google, Facebook, Baidu, and Bing. COUNTER-conformant usage statistics are available for ORA via IRUS-UK.
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- Context-based image explanations for deep neural networks
- The last thing: perception of value in Aristotle
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- The historiography of the village community in medieval law
- Between persistence and change in Latin America: Did the recent expansion of higher education reduce educational inequality by social origins?
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- Knowledge from probability
- Traced monoidal categories as algebraic structures in Prof
- Observations on the 2016 reforms of the French law on contractual interpretation
- Systematic review of the performance and clinical utility of point-of-care HIV-1 RNA tests for diagnosis and care
- On the complexity of the Escape Problem for linear dynamical systems over compact semialgebraic sets
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ORA Stats have changed
From 20 April 2021 statistics recorded by ORA have changed. The change is a direct result of the necessity to replace the previous recording mechanism which had become unstable. Statistics are now recorded using Google Analytics tracking number of unique visitors to the site, number of visits to each record, and number of downloads of individual files. Unfortunately for the majority of ORA records the change will see previously recorded statistics reset to ‘zero’. However, recording statistics via Google Analytics offers the repository a more stable mechanism, and provides the repository with further opportunity in highlighting repository content use. If you have any questions regarding this change, please contact us .