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1 Top 10 Article Downloads from Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy in 2012 TitleAuthorVolumeIssueYear Article Requests 2012 Metaphor And Meaning In Early ChinaEDWARD SLINGERLAND1012011557 Euthanasia And Assisted Suicide From Confucian Moral PerspectivesLO PING-CHEUNG912010247 Virtue Ethics And Confucian EthicsLAI CHEN932010245 Setting The Record StraightSHIRONG LUO1112012222 Confucius And Aristotle On The Goods Of FriendshipERIC MULLIS942010202 The Meaning Of Detachment In Daoism, Buddhism, And StoicismDavid B. Wong522006140 A Different Type Of Individualism In ZhuangziXU KEQIAN1042011135 Yu, Confucius, and RenGEORGE RUDEBUSCH1032011121 A Confucian Perspective On AbortionPHILIP IVANHOE912010115 Why Early Confucianism Cannot Generate DemocracyDAVID ELSTEIN942010114 (Source: SAP / Business Warehouse)

2 Google H5-Index and H5-Median The h-index of a publication is the largest number h such that at least h articles in that publication were cited at least h times each. For example, a publication with five articles cited by, respectively, 17, 9, 6, 3, and 2, has the h-index of 3. The h-core of a publication is a set of top cited h articles from the publication. These are the articles that the h-index is based on. For example, the publication above has the h-core with three articles, those cited by 17, 9, and 6. The h-median of a publication is the median of the citation counts in its h-core. For example, the h-median of the publication above is 9. The h-median is a measure of the distribution of citations to the articles in the h-core. Name of the JournalYears of PublicationH5-IndexH5-Median Asian Philosophy2334 Dao1269 Frontiers of Philosophy in China834 Journal of Chinese Philosophy4056 Philosophy East and West6356

3 Successful Full-Text Downloads from Dao (Source: MetaPress, SAP / Business Warehouse. Data for www.springerlink.com and link.springer.com combined.) Fulltext Article Requests 2009-2012 Totals 200912,947 2010 24,919 2011 18,028 2012 17,010

4 Downloads from Dao by Geography (Source: SAP / Business Warehouse) Full-Text Article Requests by Geography 2012 Top 3 North America USA36% Canada7% Mexico0% Top 5 Europe Germany4% UK3% Netherlands2% Poland1% Italy1% Top 5 Asia-Pacific China17% Hong Kong5% Australia5% Korea2% Taiwan2%

5 20112012 RegionNumber of Deals Institutions with exposure via online deals Number of Deals Institutions with exposure via online deals Americas79966931,636 Asia Pacific 391,218621,665 EMEA*1244,4961413,147 Grand Total **2426,6802966,448 The type of deal, as well as the type and number of members or sites participating in these deals, varies greatly. Also the way in which these members and sites are administrated in our contracts can vary considerably. For example in a consortium deal we count institutions as members, which in themselves may represent many locations/schools/libraries. Therefore the numbers given in the tables in this section should be viewed as an indication of distribution of the title through online deals. The figures provided under Institutions with exposure via online deals refer to institutions that have exposure to the journal as part of an online deal with Springer (consortia, multi-site licenses, and site licenses). This does not mean that these institutions had fully paid institutional subscriptions and/or are paying the equivalent of the list price to obtain access to the journal under an online deal arrangement. *EMEA = Europe, Middle East and Africa **The Research4Life online access data are not included in the above table Institutions with Online to the Full Text of Dao


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