Shared File Depository
This space is open to staff who wish to contribute statistical analyses pertaining to Library usage, performance or outcomes. The Depository is a venue for exploring Data Farm resources in more depth and detail than the summary tables on the site can offer. It is also a place where other kinds of statisticial information can be introduced to the site and shared with librarians for comment.
E-mail submissions for posting to Joe Zucca. Provide a brief description of the file to be included with the download link.
MPA Full Inventory [6/29/07]
Ejournal Use. Login Counts by Title, FY06
Preliminary 2005 ARL Ranks
Data Flow and Data Farm Table Space (5/05)
Analysis of Library Consultation Service FY2004
Locker Key Analysis
DF Extracts for bibliomining
Use of Information Bases and E-Journals, Statistics from Count-Use and Proxy Sources for FY 2001
Contains data on on- and off-campus use of licensed resources, per capita use by school and university center, and use by various locations. Contributor: Joe Zucca.
Link to file in pdf format
Proxy Service Use by School and Department
This file has data on the number of e-journal and database log-ins from October 2000 through June 2001. Contributor: Mike Halperin.
Link to Proxy by School and Department, in Excel format p>
Fall 2000 Service Desk Study
To measure how desk services are used by Penn's twelve schools, the Library conduct s an annual census of who asks questions where. In 2000, data collection took place in four, one-week periods in October, November and early December. In addition to tracking the distribution of questions, the study data are use d to measure the quantitative relationships among desk questions, library visits and in-house use. Contributor: Joe Zucca.
Link to Service Desk Data, in pdf
Penn Library Circulation
and Title Counts
This table provides a preliminary count of titles in LC call number ranges and compares those circulation for FY01. Contributor: Lauris Olson.
Link to NATC preliminary data in Excel format
Penn Library Facts 2003-2004
Link to the Facts in pdf format