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Usage Statistics for Te Tumu Eprints Repository

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Kaupapa Māori [visual communication] design Investigating ‘visual communication design by Māori, for Māori’, through practice, process and theory

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Abstract views and document downloads for 2012

The numbers in (parentheses) are the number of distinct countries that views/downloads originated from.
  Abstracts Downloads  
Views565(30)151(12)abstracts
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Views by country (derived from IP address of query) for 2012

Country Abstracts Downloads  
nzNew Zealand7883views
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usUnited States36947views
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uaUkraine97views
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auAustralia133views
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unknown32views
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xiOtago Intranet22views
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gbUnited Kingdom42views
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trTurkey21views
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brBrazil21views
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roRomania11views
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cnChina221views
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caCanada71views
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deGermany170views
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frFrance80views
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nlNetherlands60views
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phPhilippines30views
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kwKuwait20views
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isIceland20views
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ruRussian Federation20views
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seSweden20views
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esSpain20views
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euEurope10views
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hkHong Kong10views
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pkPakistan10views
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thThailand10views
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a1Anonymous Proxy10views
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skSlovakia10views
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idIndonesia10views
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ciCote D'Ivoire10views
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krKorea, Republic of10views
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Grand Totals: 565  abstract views originating from 30 distinct countries
  151 document downloads originating from 12 distinct countries

History of views for this ePrint

The numbers in (parentheses) are the number of distinct countries that views/downloads originated from.
PeriodAbstractsDownloads 
2014 Apr27(5)10(3)views
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2014 Mar41(4)16(4)views
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2014 Feb29(9)5(5)views
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2014 Jan24(8)21(8)views
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2013 Dec28(4)30(5)views
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2013 Nov24(5)18(3)views
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2013 Oct10(3)6(5)views
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2013 Sep26(3)33(9)views
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2013 Aug40(9)41(9)views
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2013 Jul47(5)22(4)views
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2013 Jun44(6)37(6)views
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2013 May42(5)48(13)views
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2013 Apr76(9)21(4)views
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2013 Mar58(7)61(11)views
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2013 Feb38(5)28(10)views
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2013 Jan43(6)11(2)views
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2012 Dec37(3)7(3)views
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2012 Nov41(7)12(4)views
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2012 Oct77(8)72(3)views
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2012 Sep40(7)9(3)views
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2012 Aug48(8)6(4)views
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2012 Jul30(5)6(3)views
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2012 Jun23(3)3(2)views
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2012 May55(11)11(4)views
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2012 Apr31(6)6(2)views
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2012 Mar51(9)7(4)views
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2012 Feb70(8)5(3)views
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2011 Dec63(8)6(2)views
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2011 Nov56(8)6(3)views
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2011 Oct42(9)8(3)views
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2011 Sep50(11)7(4)views
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2011 Aug84(7)10(4)views
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2011 Jul60(9)15(5)views
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2011 Jun52(6)8(2)views
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2011 May52(7)7(3)views
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2011 Apr48(6)9(5)views
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2011 Mar73(7)10(3)views
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2011 Feb51(6)7(4)views
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2011 Jan52(10)17(3)views
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2010 Dec45(9)4(3)views
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2010 Nov65(8)8(4)views
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2010 Oct88(12)2455(15)views
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2010 Sep86(8)17(5)views
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2010 Aug80(6)18(3)views
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2010 Jul70(6)16(3)views
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2010 Jun53(11)11(5)views
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2010 May75(6)16(4)views
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2010 Apr80(11)14(3)views
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2010 Mar75(7)19(4)views
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2010 Feb70(10)12(5)views
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2010 Jan65(7)12(3)views
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2009 Dec55(5)14(4)views
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2009 Nov95(7)22(3)views
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2009 Oct152(8)31(5)views
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2009 Sep108(15)31(3)views
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2009 Aug84(9)29(4)views
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2009 Jul66(8)27(4)views
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The orginal code for generating these statistics was written at the University of Melbourne, then modified and substantially rewritten by Christian McGee and Arthur Sale at the University of Tasmania (contact eprints@leven.comp.utas.edu.au).


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