Posted Wed, Sep, 12,2012
Next in our series of articles discussing elements of our article metrics service is an explanation of the third element. Today we tell you about Views by Region.
This element illustrates where in the world the article is being viewed. This is derived from data collected and sorted with Project COUNTER Release 3, which excludes automated search engine visits, archiving downloads and rapid sequences of views and downloads by individual users.
Views and downloads on Pubmed central and other external indexes that host a copy of the article are not included.
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