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Online Download Statistics By Month

Abstract/Extract Full-Text PDF
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 14643 364 539
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2016 665 9 17
June 2016 126 1 4
May 2016 131 1 1
April 2016 109 2 1
March 2016 75 0 2
February 2016 104 4 4
January 2016 120 1 5
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2015 1437 52 31
December 2015 129 1 2
November 2015 96 2 0
October 2015 70 3 2
September 2015 115 31 2
August 2015 91 5 4
July 2015 132 1 1
June 2015 135 4 9
May 2015 144 0 0
April 2015 128 0 1
March 2015 142 0 3
February 2015 113 5 5
January 2015 142 0 2
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2014 2774 81 178
December 2014 139 3 10
November 2014 203 7 4
October 2014 335 3 5
September 2014 122 8 9
August 2014 92 0 2
July 2014 108 4 6
June 2014 108 0 2
May 2014 113 3 11
April 2014 162 2 13
March 2014 257 9 27
February 2014 278 15 25
January 2014 857 27 64
TOTAL DOWNLOADS 2013 9767 222 313
December 2013 588 13 20
November 2013 431 3 7
October 2013 439 3 3
September 2013 247 3 5
August 2013 285 4 3
July 2013 306 3 8
June 2013 192 5 11
May 2013 273 7 17
April 2013 509 16 13
March 2013 683 10 31
February 2013 1327 30 39
January 2013 4487 125 156


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