Most Downloaded Outputs in 2017

2017 saw our Research outputs being downloaded from all over the world, including New Zealand, Ghana and Ethiopia!

Read on to find out which posts topped the chart…

Our most downloaded outputs of the year included three thesis!

Pickton, M. (2013) Writing your research plan. In: Grant, M. J., Sen, B. and Spring, H. (eds.) Research, Evaluation and Audit: Key Steps in Demonstrating Your Value. London: Facet Publishing. pp. 45-63. 7607
Lama, A., Bates, M. P., Covington, A. D., Allen, S. C. H. and Antunes, A. P. M. (2013) Methods of isolation and identification of pathogenic and potential pathogenic bacteria from skins and tannery effluents. Journal of the American Leather Chemists Association. 108(2), pp. 48-62. 0002-9726. 2393
Livingstone, I. and Warren, A. (1996) Aeolian Geomorphology: an Introduction. Harlow: Longman. 058208704X. 1622
McLennan, K. M. (2013) Social bonds in dairy cattle: the effect of dynamic group systems on welfare and productivity. Doctoral thesis. The University of Northampton. 1355
Mackley, J. S. (2012) The Anglo Saxons and their gods (still) among us. Lecture presented to: The University of Northampton Staff Research Forum, The University of Northampton, 12 March 2012. (Unpublished) 1037
Jament, J. (2009) Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) within a South Indian (Keralian) mainstream school context. Doctoral thesis. The University of Northampton. 992
Jackson, P. and Feldman, M. (2011) The EDL: Britain’s ‘New Far Right’ social movement. Northampton: The University of Northampton. 949
Kassem, R. (2014) Detecting asset misappropriation: a framework for external auditors. International Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Performance Evaluation (IJAAPE). 10(1), pp. 1-42. 1740-8008. 872
Mackley, J. S. (2011) Pearl and the medieval dream vision. Paper presented to: Dreams in Legend and Tradition: the Sixth Legendary Weekend of The Folklore Society, Swaffham Assembly Hall, Norfolk, 03-04 September 2011. (Unpublished) 734
Lama, A. (2010) The impact of the leather manufacturing process on bacterial growth. Doctoral thesis. The University of Northampton. 724

Countries that downloaded our research outputs in 2017…

Country Downloads Country Downloads
United Kingdom 16646 Sweden 222
United States 13272 Singapore 222
Unknown 11203 Thailand 211
China 5638 Belgium 210
Germany 3317 Taiwan, Province of China 172
Canada 1886 Ukraine 169
Australia 1624 Switzerland 168
India 1518 Mexico 167
Japan 1094 Kenya 162
Malaysia 934 Sri Lanka 153
Indonesia 884 Iran, Islamic Republic of 147
Netherlands 842 Vietnam 145
France 753 Egypt 139
Philippines 707 Portugal 138
South Africa 545 Finland 132
Ireland 499 Denmark 121
Russian Federation 483 Austria 117
Italy 463 Israel 115
Spain 387 Czech Republic 110
Turkey 384 Nigeria 110
Norway 368 Hungary 97
Poland 342 Bangladesh 95
New Zealand 324 United Arab Emirates 93
Brazil 287 Unknown 75
Romania 264 Ghana 75
Korea, Republic of 264 Saudi Arabia 74
Hong Kong 262 Zimbabwe 70
Pakistan 255 Argentina 70
Greece 229 Lithuania 63
Ethiopia 226 Algeria 62

 

About Dawn Hibbert

Head of Research Support at the University of Northampton.

Posted on January 2, 2018, in Faculties, News, Research, Research Institutes and Centres and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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