Key Performance Indicators Report, RP1

BenoƮt Pilorget
--- ## Defining Key Performance Indicators Very difficult for an opensource project: - VRE toolkit, not VRE deployments themselves - Citability in collaborative software is much harder than academic papers - Difficulty in claiming credit for 100% of the impact --- ## Types of Key Performance Indicators - OpenDreamKit's website statistics - Downloads/installs (but parts of larger systems, different from new users, etc) - Breakdown workshop attendance counts - Contribution measurements on software - **success stories** --- ## Disclaimer ### The variation of indicators between RP1 and RP2 will need to be interpreted --- ## KPI 1: More effective collaborations between researchers --- ### Number of Jupyter kernels - September 2015: 49 - April 2017: [87 kernels](https://github.com/jupyter/jupyter/wiki/Jupyter-kernels) ### Nr of Social Media followers (Twitter): 271 followers on April 2017 -- ### Number of questions on Stackoverflow in March 2017 that concern: - Sage: 650 - Gap: 309 - Singular:71 - Pari-GP:75 - MPIR:20 - IPython: 6897 - Jupyter: 3436 -- ### Webstats of ODK website: 1200 unique visitors since mid-March 2017 ![](../KPI-map-world-onemonth-visits.png) -- ### Attendees to workshops/conferences: - 6 OpenDreamKit workshops: 105 - 6 Non-ODK workshops: 102 - 10 Conferences for: 3655 --- ## KPI 2: Higher efficiency and creativity in research, higher productivity of researchers thanks to reliable and easy access to discovery, access and re-use of data --- ### Number of users of Sagemathcloud: Feb. 2016 to Feb 2017 - about 85000 new accounts - 83000 active users on the period ![](../KP1-Total_number_accounts_and_projects_sagemath.JPG) -- ### Number of downloads of SageMath ![](../KPI-sage_dwld.JPG) -- #### PARI/GP, for RP1 - 771 downloads for Debian (package pari-gp) - 4446 downloads for Ubuntu (package pari-gp) - 597 articles (91 since 2015) -- #### Citations on Google scholar for GAP: ![](../KPI-GapGScholar_CitationsPerYear.JPG) -- ### Testimony of the University of Sheffield for the [Jupyter NoteBook Trial](https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/bms/teaching/stories/bms353), by Mark Quinn Students' improvements using Sage through Jupyter Notebook ![](../KPI-USFD-testimony2.PNG) --- ## KPI 3: Accelerated innovation in research via an integrated access to digital research resources, tools and services across disciplines and user communities --- ### Nr of contributors to ODK components (April 2017) - Sage:[358 contributors for 57,973 commits](https://github.com/sagemath/sage/) - Gap: [25 contributors for 4,483 commits](https://github.com/gap-system/gap) - IPython: [485 contributors for 22,565 commits](https://github.com/ipython/ipython) - Jupyterhub: [65 contributors for 1,670 commits](https://github.com/jupyterhub/jupyterhub) - Singular: [39 contributors for 19,549 commits](https://github.com/Singular/Sources) - Pari-GP: [32 contributers, including 22 since Sept. 2015](http://pari.math.u-bordeaux.fr/git/pari.git) ### Number of SageMath downloads on Windows - 0 for now -> due Month 24 -- ### User-contributed packages - Sage: 0 for now - Gap: ![](../kpi-gap-packages.PNG) --- ## KPI 4: Researchers able to process structured and qualitative data in virtual and/or ubiquitous workspaces --- ### Number of datasets in LMFDB: - 50 in production database, 84 in beta database ### Number of components that support SCSCP - Presumably 0 ### Nr of data queries on LMFDB (and knowledge produced via MMT): - 1357 sessions - 885 users (split 50/50 between new and returning) - 6950 page views - 4m21s average session duration --- ## KPI 5: Increased take-up of collaborative research and data sharing by new disciplines, research communities and institutions --- ### Publications stats: 15 publications acknowledging OpenDreamKit's support on Openaire for RP1 ![](../nr-publications.png) -- #### Exemple of a high impact publication [The L-Functions and Modular Forms Database Project](https://www.openaire.eu/en/search/publication?articleId=core_ac_uk__::bac82a8fe3e313ae79db60e152a36c54), by J. Cremona, 2016 *Attention score of 33: in the top 5% of research outputs scored by Altmetric* ### Nr of publications citing ODK or one of its components: - Altmetric and Openaire support contacted in January 2017: no answer yet -- ### Nr of tutorial attendees in RP1 - 4 tutorials organised - 160 people targeted --- ## KPI process: some internal feedback for the 1st Reporting Period - Dificulty in choosing the most meaningful indicators - Documenting needs to be done to repeat measurements for RP2