Serials Solutions provides an open source (you host it) client for
harvesting SUSHI stats. It is intended to be used with 360 Counter,
but I don't think that's a requirement. As Aaron said, it is still
early days for SUSHI compliance.
On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 1:05 PM, Dobbs, Aaron <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> We went with a vendor-hosted solution, SerialsSolutions 360 Counter.
> We use SerialsSolutions for our A-Z list, cross-database linking, and ERMS - so 360 Counter made the most sense for us.
> SUSHI is coming along, but I haven't been watching to see how many publishers/database vendors are providing SUSHI feeds lately and cannot address this. We do still load delimited COUNTER compliant data (and massage non-compliant data into COUNTER compliant format for loading) into 360 Counter.
> Hope this helps...
> Aaron Dobbs
> Systems & Electronic Resources Librarian
> Ezra Lehman Memorial Library
> Shippensburg Univeristy of Pennsylvania
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Brandon Dudley [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>> Sent: Friday, October 30, 2009 11:20 AM
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>> Subject: [lita-l] Journal Usage Statistical collection software -
>> Apologies for cross-posting. My institution is currently evaluating
>> methods of collecting COUNTER stats in a comprehensive way. We
>> use Excel spreadsheets to calculate cost-per-use and gather all the
>> stats together, but I am hoping that there's a better way. In today's
>> climate, justifying our spending decisions grows ever more important.
>> I am aware of JURO and JURO4c, and of the Swets Scholarly Stats
>> commercial packages - are there any other options worth consideration?
>> Anybody devised their own slick homegrown method of collecting such
>> Many thanks,
>> Brandon Dudley
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