Top 10 Article Downloads from Dao

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Top 10 Article Downloads from Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy in 2012
Title
Metaphor And Meaning In Early China
Author
EDWARD SLINGERLAND
Volume
Issue
Year
Article Requests
2012
10
1
2011
557
Euthanasia And Assisted Suicide From Confucian Moral Perspectives LO PING-CHEUNG
9
1
2010
247
Virtue Ethics And Confucian Ethics
LAI CHEN
9
3
2010
245
Setting The Record Straight
SHIRONG LUO
11
1
2012
222
Confucius And Aristotle On The Goods Of Friendship
ERIC MULLIS
9
4
2010
202
The Meaning Of Detachment In Daoism, Buddhism, And Stoicism
David B. Wong
5
2
2006
140
A Different Type Of Individualism In Zhuangzi
XU KEQIAN
10
4
2011
135
Yu, Confucius, and Ren
GEORGE RUDEBUSCH
10
3
2011
121
A Confucian Perspective On Abortion
PHILIP IVANHOE
9
1
2010
115
Why Early Confucianism Cannot Generate Democracy
DAVID ELSTEIN
9
4
2010
114
(Source: SAP / Business Warehouse)
Google H5-Index and H5-Median
The h-index of a publication is the largest number h such that at least h articles in that publication were cited at least h
times each. For example, a publication with five articles cited by, respectively, 17, 9, 6, 3, and 2, has the h-index of 3.
The h-core of a publication is a set of top cited h articles from the publication. These are the articles that the h-index is
based on. For example, the publication above has the h-core with three articles, those cited by 17, 9, and 6.
The h-median of a publication is the median of the citation counts in its h-core. For example, the h-median of the
publication above is 9. The h-median is a measure of the distribution of citations to the articles in the h-core.
Name of the Journal
Years of Publication
H5-Index
H5-Median
Asian Philosophy
23
3
4
Dao
12
6
9
Frontiers of Philosophy in China
8
3
4
Journal of Chinese Philosophy
40
5
6
Philosophy East and West
63
5
6
Successful Full-Text Downloads from Dao
Fulltext Article Requests 2009-2012
Totals
7,000
6,000
5,000
2009
12,947
2010
24,919
2011
18,028
2012
17,010
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2009
724
809
882
977
1,040
881
1,186
762
1,289
1,396
1,527
1,474
2010
1,260
978
1,392
1,360
1,212
977
892
1,222
839
4,806
6,184
3,797
2011
1,339
2,290
1,542
1,766
2,278
1,543
1,458
850
1,150
1,170
1,596
1,046
2012
1,264
1,524
2,218
1,724
1,434
1,226
951
1,254
955
1,315
1,694
1,451
(Source: MetaPress, SAP / Business Warehouse. Data for www.springerlink.com and link.springer.com combined.)
Downloads from Dao by Geography
Full-Text Article Requests by Geography 2012
Top 5 Europe
• Germany
• UK
• Netherlands
• Poland
• Italy
Top 5 Asia-Pacific
• China
• Hong Kong
• Australia
• Korea
• Taiwan
17%
5%
5%
2%
2%
4%
3%
2%
1%
1%
South America
Middle East 2% Africa
3%
0%
Europe
14%
Top 3 North America
• USA
36%
• Canada
7%
• Mexico
0%
North America
43%
Asia-Pacific
38%
(Source: SAP / Business Warehouse)
Institutions with Online to the Full Text of Dao
2011
2012
Number of Deals
Institutions with
exposure via online deals
Number of Deals
Institutions with
exposure via online deals
Americas
79
966
93
1,636
Asia Pacific
39
1,218
62
1,665
EMEA*
124
4,496
141
3,147
Grand Total **
242
6,680
296
6,448
Region
The type of deal, as well as the type and number of “members” or “sites” participating in these deals, varies greatly. Also the way in which these members and sites
are administrated in our contracts can vary considerably. For example in a consortium deal we count institutions as “members”, which in themselves may represent
many locations/schools/libraries. Therefore the numbers given in the tables in this section should be viewed as an indication of distribution of the title through online
deals.
The figures provided under “Institutions with exposure via online deals” refer to institutions that have exposure to the journal as part of an online deal with Springer
(consortia, multi-site licenses, and site licenses). This does not mean that these institutions had fully paid institutional subscriptions and/or are paying the equivalent
of the list price to obtain access to the journal under an online deal arrangement.
*EMEA = Europe, Middle East and Africa
**The Research4Life online access data are not included in the above table

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