Site Analytics

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Site Analytics

data.gov.au provides a selection of analytics extracted from Google Analytics using the site analytics section.

There are several metrics available to users on this page which are accessed using the linked tabs located below the graph. Users can also access the data for a particular month by using the dropdown labelled: ‘Show stats table for’.

A user can also download a tabular version of the selected data at any time by clicking the ‘Download as CSV’ button located in top-right of the screen.

The data in this section is updated every Sunday at 18:00. If a publisher requires more in-depth analytics they should get in touch with the data.gov.au team.

Publisher (Organisation) Usage Statistics

Clicking the ‘Publisher Usage Statistics’ link will take a user to a page containing a list of publishers ranked by dataset views. From this page a user may view statistics for a specific organisation by clicking on its name. A user can also further drill down by using the drop down menus on the page.

Dataset Usage Statistics

Clicking the ‘Dataset Usage Statistics’ link will take a user to a page containing a list of the most popular datasets. A user can also further drill down by using the drop down menus on the page.

Site Statistics

Other site statistics such as total number of datasets, most edited datasets and a list of most active organisations can be found at: https://data.gov.au/stats.

UNECE Virtual Standards Helpdesk

This UNECE Virtual Standards Helpdesk is an initiative of the High-Level Group for the Modernisation of Statistical Production and Services (HLG). It is a wiki which provides a "one-stop shop" for access to information about the standards necessary for the modernisation of official statistics. The standards referenced here are cross-cutting, supporting the modernisation of all types of statistical production, and are endorsed by the HLG.

For domain-specific standards, please see the UN Global Inventory of Statistical Standards.