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Online Download Statistics By Month

Abstract/Extract Full-Text PDF
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 3277 166 222
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2016 100 6 7
June 2016 20 0 0
May 2016 24 3 3
April 2016 9 1 1
March 2016 6 2 2
February 2016 22 0 0
January 2016 19 0 1
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2015 206 8 11
December 2015 34 2 4
November 2015 11 1 0
October 2015 4 1 1
September 2015 16 0 0
August 2015 10 0 0
July 2015 19 1 0
June 2015 20 1 3
May 2015 16 0 1
April 2015 22 1 1
March 2015 20 0 0
February 2015 21 1 1
January 2015 13 0 0
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2014 266 14 24
December 2014 12 1 2
November 2014 17 2 3
October 2014 39 0 3
September 2014 31 2 2
August 2014 10 1 2
July 2014 20 0 0
June 2014 16 1 1
May 2014 14 0 0
April 2014 23 1 1
March 2014 27 4 4
February 2014 25 2 3
January 2014 32 0 3
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2013 540 26 31
December 2013 26 0 1
November 2013 43 0 1
October 2013 20 2 3
September 2013 21 3 1
August 2013 29 2 0
July 2013 41 2 2
June 2013 20 0 4
May 2013 51 5 8
April 2013 37 2 5
March 2013 66 4 2
February 2013 59 2 3
January 2013 127 4 1
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2012 2019 99 126
December 2012 109 3 4
November 2012 140 15 8
October 2012 221 12 15
September 2012 711 26 34
August 2012 587 27 37
July 2012 23 3 2
June 2012 19 1 0
May 2012 18 2 2
April 2012 26 0 4
March 2012 45 3 6
February 2012 70 3 9
January 2012 50 4 5
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2011 146 13 23
December 2011 83 0 10
November 2011 63 13 13


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