September 14, 2005

Most interesting statistics

We've been asked to put forward the three most interesting or useful statistics about our work over the last 9 months for the Librarian's annual report. Not just us, but all sections of the library. An interesting question – what will look the best?

  • Big stats like "760 reading lists analysed so far in the grand reading list audit"?
  • Small stats like "4 projects successfully completed to generous applause from the management group"?
  • Odd stats like "Number of pens used up to date 13"

This will take some careful thinking – we want to represent what a considerable amount of effort we're all putting in to create the projects and results that we're working on, but at the same time anything going into this report really has to show something worthwhile – not trivial. I'll be thinking on this one carefully up the end of the week, and letting Jen finish it off next week when she returns.


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