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Usage

Usage is calculated on the last day of every month. For more information on usage data, visit the Usage Overview page.

Table 1: Overview
Item Value
Contributions: 8
Total Simulation Users Served: 127
Total "and more" Users Served: 9,325
Rank by Contributions: 141 / 1680
First Contribution: 26 Feb 2007
Last Contribution: 10 Jan 2012
Citations on Contributions: 1
Table 2: Simulation Tool Usage
# Tool Name Users served in last 12 months Simulation Runs in last 12 months Total users served Total Simulation Runs Citations Published On
1 XPS Thickness Solver 25 90 127 648 1 10 Jan 2012
TOTAL 25 90 127 648
Table 3: "and more" Usage
# Resource Title Users served in last 12 months Total users served Citations Published On
1 BME 695L Special Lecture 2: X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) in Biologically-Relevant Applications Online Presentations 6 107 - 01 Nov 2011
2 ECET 499N Lecture 9: XPS: X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy & ESCA: Electron Spectrometer for Chemical Analysis Online Presentations 84 342 - 09 Mar 2010
3 Surface Characterization Studies of Carbon Materials: SS-DNA, SWCNT, Graphene, HOPG Online Presentations 35 427 - 16 Feb 2010
4 X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) Tour Online Presentations 27 2,298 - 24 Jan 2008
5 BME 695N Lecture 12: Introduction to X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and the Examples of Biologically-Relevant Applications Online Presentations 20 868 - 19 Oct 2007
6 Introduction to X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and to XPS Applications Online Presentations 166 6,307 - 17 May 2007
7 Introduction to X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and XPS Application for Biologically Related Objects Online Presentations 24 1,070 - 26 Feb 2007
TOTAL 290 9,325

* Total only includes versions of the tools this author contributed to.

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