Check out the top 10 authors downloaded from ePrints in April.
|Leith , Douglas||373|
|Buckley, Stephen M.||187|
Top 10 highest climbers downloaded from ePrints April 2015
|Eprint||2/Mar/15 to 31/Mar/15||1/Apr/15 to 30/Apr/15||Difference|
|What is Human Dignity?||78||360||282|
|Ar an gCoigríoch: Migration and Identity in Twentieth-Century and Contemporary Irish -Language Literature||61||264||203|
|Methodology: Analysing Qualitative Data and Writing up your Findings||2095||2231||136|
|Geographically Weighted Regression: A Method for Exploring Spatial Nonstationarity||109||240||131|
|Distributed Leadership and its Impact on Teaching and Learning||274||391||117|
|A Statistical Analysis of 10-pin Bowling Scores and an Examination of the Fairness of Alternative Handicapping Systems||12||99||87|
|Ireland and the Waterloo campaign of 1815||214||298||84|
|Post-Positivist Approaches to Research||909||989||80|
|What impact might globalisation have on Irish civil society||5||80||75|
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