Print Collections Circulation Dashboard

April 2020 to October 2020

Primary Tableau dashboard

Analyzing usage of print materials is important for collection development, but the need for many years of data, and the plurality and variability of some data attributes, makes analysis challenging. In a cooperative effort between Collection Strategy and Development and Assessment and User Experience, Duke has developed a tool for exploring circulation of printed books. The resulting Tableau visualization allows high-level views and filtering by LC class, method of acquisition, year of acquisition, and language. Filtered views also allow users to download more comprehensive data for further analysis offline.

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Project Outcomes

Additional Project Views

Custom download interface
Tableau Prep Builder workflow

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