December 15, 2018

CrossRef Anual Resolutions Report

crossrefCrossRef has announced Petrotex society’s top ten articles that were resolutions, downloaded the most in 2013. CrossRef has created a system to automatically email publishers statistics on the number of DOI resolutions through the DOI proxy server on a month-by-month basis. These numbers give an indication of the use of DOIs and the traffic coming to site from users clicking DOIs. Read More

The DOI links are largely from links in other publishers’ journal references to articles, but they are also from DOI links in secondary databases, links from libraries using DOIs, and even DOIs in used in print versions.

Bellow you can find Petrotex Publication Group resolutions for last 12 months. 

CrossRef continues to filter out known search engine crawlers. This month they accounted for 23,619,422 resolutions.

Months

2013-12

Resolutions

1,815

Top 10 DOIs

Resolutions to DOI

10.14266/ajoct19-2

183

10.14266/ajoct19-4

176

10.14266/ajoct19-1

175

10.14266/ajoct19-3

168

10.14266/jefp11-2

141

10.14266/jefp13-1

139

10.14266/jefp13-2

138

10.14266/jefp11-1

138

10.14266/jefp12-2

137

10.14266/jefp12-1

134

Resolutions attempts

1815

Resolved at Handle

1797

When a researcher clicks on a DOI link for one of articles that counts as one DOI resolution. A DOI resolution is when a DOI is “clicked” – for example, clicking on http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature02426 counts as one resolution to Nature. No information is captured about who the user is or where they are coming from. The information on DOI resolutions is captured by the web server logs on http://dx.doi.org/, which is run by CNRI on behalf of the International DOI Foundation. These numbers are not a precise measure of traffic to site – cached articles, search engine crawlers not following re-direction and traffic that is directed to a locally appropriate copy through a library link resolver would be included in these numbers, but would not result in inbound traffic on website. Nevertheless, these numbers provide one important measure of the effectiveness of participation in CrossRef.