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Online Download Statistics By Month

Abstract/Extract Full-Text PDF
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 4679 387 690
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2016 126 16 32
June 2016 15 2 3
May 2016 17 4 5
April 2016 26 4 11
March 2016 21 4 7
February 2016 27 0 5
January 2016 20 2 1
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2015 327 38 84
December 2015 35 2 5
November 2015 37 2 2
October 2015 9 0 5
September 2015 39 2 11
August 2015 20 7 11
July 2015 23 4 5
June 2015 18 2 2
May 2015 31 0 7
April 2015 45 7 13
March 2015 32 7 15
February 2015 15 3 1
January 2015 23 2 7
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2014 506 63 90
December 2014 30 3 4
November 2014 28 3 6
October 2014 32 4 8
September 2014 39 4 8
August 2014 37 4 8
July 2014 28 1 2
June 2014 36 9 5
May 2014 60 9 14
April 2014 83 10 13
March 2014 50 3 9
February 2014 38 3 4
January 2014 45 10 9
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2013 1001 103 179
December 2013 48 5 6
November 2013 56 5 15
October 2013 69 6 13
September 2013 46 12 11
August 2013 31 9 2
July 2013 82 12 7
June 2013 56 3 9
May 2013 81 17 56
April 2013 83 9 12
March 2013 119 3 13
February 2013 105 10 13
January 2013 225 12 22
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2012 2351 139 238
December 2012 258 16 32
November 2012 947 45 84
October 2012 550 26 57
September 2012 57 12 8
August 2012 60 13 2
July 2012 37 5 2
June 2012 91 3 5
May 2012 67 1 5
April 2012 74 3 12
March 2012 75 2 5
February 2012 67 3 16
January 2012 68 10 10
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2011 368 28 67
December 2011 75 7 11
November 2011 207 15 41
October 2011 86 6 15


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