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Running printed journals:
Running online journals in CLICAPS catalog:
Periodicals on microfilm:
URLS of online issues:
Holdings as of: 2.3.2011
Acquisitions since 2002 and about 41'000 text books are also listed in NEBIS (library ETH-HCI).
*on request we can do paid searches in several 100 databases that are available through online hosts. Please contact Dr. Martin Brändle.
GIS (geographical information systems) are finding their way into the Information Center. Well, the geographical location is limited to the Information Center's facility, but at least. Let you display bibliotheconomic parameters such as circulations, shelf occupation in %, distribution of publication years and other on a floor plan. If you mouse over a shelf, additional information (location, data, classification of systematic shelfing) is shown. With some visualisations, clicking a shelf with the mouse links to the corresponding information in our CLICAPS WebOPAC. Dragging the sliders (the grey triangles) in the legend allows to confine the displayed data.
System requirements for data visualisation: Java browser plugin, Java Run Time Environment version 1.4 or later.
Because of the large information amount data is displayed in a Java applet of 1200 pixel x 800 pixel size. A wide screen is recommended.
Shelf occupation (HCI G 5)
Circulations 2008 (HCI G 5)
Circulations 2008 by user groups (HCI G 5)
Circulations 2008 by departments (HCI G 5)
Acquisitions 2008 (HCI G 5)
Distribution of publication years (as of end of 2008, HCI G 5)
Current circulations (HCI G 5)
Current acquisitions of this month (HCI G 5)
Missing works (all works missing since 2001, current, HCI G 5)
Relative usage of circulations (Number of circulations / number of titles on shelf, as of end of 2008, HCI G 5)
Relative usage of titles (Used titles / number of titles on shelf, as of end of 2008, HCI G 5)
Age-weighted lending factor (ALF indicates tendendy to lend documents that are older or newer than the average age on the shelf, as of end of 2008, HCI G 5)