[EP-tech] Re: Repository stats - identifying Academic access

Ian Stuart Ian.Stuart at ed.ac.uk
Fri Jan 18 08:29:41 GMT 2013


On 17/01/13 16:11, Alan.Stiles wrote:
> Just had a question from our repository user group - can we see what percentage of our repository visitors are from universities vs. elsewhere.
> I realise that this could be achieved by some flavour of reverse-ip lookup (if I look up my own ip address it shows 'The Open University' is the ISP so presumably it should do similarly for at least the other UK institutions), but I was wondering if anyone had done anything relating to these sort of stats already or whether anyone knew of a nice handy table of academic domain ip addresses as a head-start in not abusing any reverse lookup services? (duplication of effort and all that good stuff!)

I have an (incomplete) list if networks & organisations in the ORI 
(Organisation & Repository Identification service) ori.edina.ac.uk - and 
you can grab the Link Data (RDF/XML or turtle) and parse to your hearts 
content.

I know that JaNET have a full record, however work on ORI got put on the 
back-burner before I could actually get that information out of them :)


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