Stastistics of Use

PlutoF

Year Number of logins Pageviews Average time of use Data export
2019 62 427 1 587 011 18 min 12 sec 2 170 exports;
8 523 057 records;
120 157 image downloads
2018 56 506 1 392 295 17 min 53 sec
2017 52 566 1 591 202 21 min 52 sec
2016 49 899 1 458 784 22 min 46 sec
2015 35 339 1 370 359 32 min 10 sec
2014 20 484 806 949 32 min 23 sec
2013 17 623 644 378 30 min 59 sec
2012 19 353 737 576 30 min 1 sec
PlutoF - distribution of logins by country in 2019
Estonia USA Sweden Finland China Total of countries
45 822 2 349 1 446 908 771 115
2018
Estonia USA Finland Germany Sweden Total of countries
43 518 1 919 843 769 673 108
2017
Estonia Sweden Finland Germany USA Total of countries
44 149 1 014 849 847 691 91
2016
Estonia Sweden Germany USA United Kingdom Total of countries
37 621 2 304 1 589 1 445 821 89
PlutoF user activity graph (from 3rd of September 2015)

Remarks: More than 4800 people have registered as users of PlutoF platform, about a third among them are from abroad. About 110 users log in every day. On average, users work for 21 minutes. Among foregin countries the largest usage is from USA (on average, 25 users per day) and United Kingdom also Sweden (on average, 3 users per day). Foregin scientists use PlutoF mainly for identifying DNA sequences and lodging databases. Estonian scientists, teachers, students, nature observers, and others use PlutoF platform to develop their own databases.

Portal of Estonian eBiodiversity

Year Unique visits Pageviews Average time of use Data export
2019 130 294 313 014 1 min 20 sec 510 exports;
7 327 493 records
2018 99 338; 89 718
(new version from April; previous version)
236 761; 378 039
(new version from April; previous version)
1 min 20 sec; 5 min 49 sec
(new version from April; previous version)
2017 105 613 633 987 6 min 16 sec
2016 90 584 535 196 5 min 47 sec
2015 84 246 460 207 7 min 2 sec
2014 97 667 475 305 5 min 51 sec
2013 101 966 535 813 6 min 29 sec
2012 99 939 477 452 4 min 36 sec
eBiodiversity - distribution of visits by country in 2019
Estonia USA India Japan Germany United Kingdom France Total of countries
26 908 4 477 2 622 2 422 2 206 1 840 1 834 209
eBiodiversity - distribution of visits by country in 2018
Estonia USA India Japan United Kingdom Germany France Total of countries
27 999 5 373 4 509 3 764 1 993 2 643 1 899 108
eElurikkuse user activity graph (from 4th of January 2015)

UNITE

Year Unique visits Pageviews Average time of use Downloads
2019 56 543 503 050 6 min 11 sec 10 398
2018 45 548 410 416 6 min 20 sec
2017 37 277 220 074 7 min 24 sec
2016 34 462 152 864 6 min 50 sec
2015 23 582 124 235 7 min 5 sec
2014 18 577 84 013 6 min 13 sec
2013 15 008 62 156 4 min 57 sec
2012 13 546 18 539 4 min 28 sec
UNITE – distribution of visits by country in 2019
China USA Japan Germany United Kingdom Italy Austria Estonia Total of countries
9 467 7 914 3 654 2 362 2 300 2 057 2 047 1 724 154
UNITE – distribution of visits by country in 2018
USA China Canada Germany Austria United Kingdom France Estonia Total of countries
6 444 5 411 2 315 2 231 2 178 1 918 1 674 1 301 146
UNITE user activity graph (from 10th of October 2015)

SARV

Statistics of use of the information system of geological collections covers only some of the web interfaces as yet. Also more than 95% of data stored in that information system is publicly accessible through interfaces which do not require registration of use. According to the statistics of use of the main public interface geokogud.info, during 2011-2012 more than 30 000 visits were recorded, around 50% of which were from Estonia. Use of the portal of fossil taxa the analogue of eBiodiversity focused on extinct taxa) has been monitored more closely since autumn 2013. Its average of unique vistis per day is over 50, about 70% of which are from abroad. Estimably around 20000 visits occur per year, that is some 160000 pageviews. The circle of registered users of the information system of geological collections has so far been composed of people working in partner institutions (37 users, that is 40% growth in 2013).

Estonian bio- and georepository

Use of the infrastructure is characterized not only by the statistics of databases, but also by scientists directly visiting the collections, by loans recorded, by scientific publications based on collections. In 2013 over 200 research fellows and doctoral students visited the scientific collections of NATARC network, about 25% of them were scientists from abroad. About 50 loans of preserved specimens were recorded, over 30% of these went abroad. Based on the collections over 60 high-level scientific articles (ETIS 1.1) were published in 2013, and multitude of other writings as well.