Utilization for Exploring the Drugs-Crime Connection Within the Electronic Dance Music and Hip Hop Nightclub Scenes in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2005-2006

By default, the reports below show utilization for the last 12 months. To view a different range, please enter dates below.

Please note that this study was first released on 2013-01-15, and that our current reporting model only goes back three years (from today's date).

General Information

Unique Sessions

Total
Data/Documentation
Sessions
Data &
Documentation
Documentation
Only
Any Datasets/Files 186 = 0 186
DS0: Study-Level Files 98 = 0 98
DS1: Initial Interview Qualitative Data 94 = 0 94
DS2: Follow-Up Surveys Quantitative Data 86 = 0 86
DS3: Quantitative Demographic Data 87 = 0 87

Notes

The numbers above are counts of unique sessions, not counts of how many files were downloaded. I.e., a value of 12 implies that users downloaded 1 or more files from the study as part of 12 discrete sessions/visits in this time period.

Please note that the numbers above do not include distribution of restricted-use or public-use data that are not web downloadable. E.g., data distributed on CD-ROM.

Unique Users

Total
Unique
Users
Faculty Grad.
Students
Undergrads Univ.
Staff
Other Anon.
Downloads
Any Datasets/Files 143 = 0 0 0 0 0 143
DS0: Study-Level Files 67 = 0 0 0 0 0 67
DS1: Initial Interview Qualitative Data 61 = 0 0 0 0 0 61
DS2: Follow-Up Surveys Quantitative Data 52 = 0 0 0 0 0 52
DS3: Quantitative Demographic Data 55 = 0 0 0 0 0 55

Notes

All numbers in the table above are the number of unique users who downloaded one or more files from this study/dataset in the time period specified.

"Anon. Downloads" refers to users who download anonymously. Users who browse/download documentation files (only) are not required to login; some of our topical archives do not require login.

Please note that the numbers above do not include distribution of restricted-use or public-use data that are not web downloadable. E.g., data distributed on CD-ROM.

Downloads by Member Institutions

This study was downloaded by users at 0 institutions during the time period specified.

Notes

Institutions are only listed when users from that institution authenticated/logged in. Non-authenticated members constitute a large portion of our users and are represented in the Unique Users/Unique Sessions tables, but not in the Downloads by Member Institutions table.

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