There are 1005 installations and 1711 libraries. Since Hea v2 (bug 18066) you can submit information at library level (see /cgi-bin/koha/admin/usage_statistics.pl, "Libraries information: yes").
The list of the data shared is available from the hea website, about > documentation. There is also a "Why these statistics are useful" section Regards, Jonathan On Mon, 9 Jul 2018 at 06:43 Michael Kuhn <m...@adminkuhn.ch> wrote: > Hi Martin > > > * 1693 unnamed libraries.. I see lots of names here.. am i missing > > something: https://hea.koha-community.org/libraries ? > > Actually I didn't remember https://hea.koha-community.org/libraries - > thanks for the hint! > > However https://hea.koha-community.org/ lists a number of 1'693 > libraries while https://hea.koha-community.org/libraries lists only > about 1'140 of them by name. Why is that so? > > Quite some of them use letters that I just can't read - like مكتبة كلية > الزراعة or สำนักพัฒนาโครงสร้างและระบบบริหารงานบุคคล - that's OK with me, > but that said it is still a fact that without a transcription I just > can't read the stuff... > > > * 35 really up to date.. t's useful to see the distribution of > > installed versions.. the HA stats are fed directly from koha installs > > and as such are automatically kept up to date. > > Yes I see that. > > > I don't really see what your point was there? > > Paul was mentioning that many French libraries are or seem to be > outdated - "most libraries are supposed to be in version 2.x [...] Other > pages are also highly outdated, almost nothing with the current version > numbering schema." > > In https://hea.koha-community.org/systempreferences of the aformentioned > 1'693 libraries for even less than 1'140 of them the version number is > given. But how representative are these? Comparing just the data from > libraries.org (which lists about 5'000 Koha libraries) for example the > distribution of countries is: > > * USA: 1'772 of 5'000 in Libraries.org / 149 of 1'693 at HEA > * Turkey: 961 of 5'000 in Libraries.org / 3 of 1'693 at HEA > * France: 305 of 5'000 in Libraries.org / 133 of 1'693 at HEA > * Great Britain: 232 of 5'000 in Libraries.org / 31 of 1'693 at HEA > * Germany: 41 of 5'000 in Libraries.org / 17 of 1'693 at HEA > > Now is libraries.org more representative or HEA... or none? To me it > seems like some people are using libraries.org, some are using HEA or > even both - but most don't use or even want to use anything at all. > > As I understand you need at least Koha 3.18 to use HEA even if for some > libraries version numbers like 3.10 or 3.14 are given. Does this mean > the other almost 14'000 Koha libraries are not even on Koha 3.18? Of > course I can interpret, but since the numbers are not representative at > all, I can just see that out of this unrepresentative sample of 1'693 > libraries 35 (2%) are really up to date. 35 of 15'000 almost unknwon > libraries is even just 0.2%. What does it really mean? > > Maybe I'm the wrong person. Maybe someone should write here about his > HEA expoerience who is actually using these numbers and explain in which > way he can make use of these numbers... me, I'm probably just stunned by > them. > > > * It's easier to opt in to HEA than it is to manually add yourself to > > the wiki pages (if you even know of the existence of the wiki pages) > > Sure, I do know that, but still of the estimated 15'000 Koha libraries a > maximum of 11% have opted to use HEA so far. > > But on the other hand if you add yourself in the Koha wiki (or let your > support company add you) you can decide yourself what to add. > > > * Clicking through to the library detail page in HEA shows all the > > information and more doesn't it: > > https://hea.koha-community.org/libraries/274 > > Yes, but of course this is only true for the libraries that opt to add > themselves to HEA. It seems many libraries don't know about HEA oder > they think to have good reasons to not or never add themselves to HEA. > Some of these reasons may be: > > * data protection - some may consider at least some of the data as delicate > * data security - who knows what data is really submitted? So better > don't submit at all > * the IT department doesn't allow any outside connections > * exposure is not wanted in any way (for example with company libraries, > the library of the NSA/KGB, private installations, etc) > > I'm not a statistician but I doubt we will ever have what such a giy > would call representative data in HEA or anywhere. So I think it is good > to have ALL available data i. e. including the data in the Koha wiki and > not deleting them. > > > - If there's something > > missing do feel free to request it's addition. > > I do not request anything but I do indicate that the Koha wiki offers > also e-mail addresses and names and some other information in the > "notes" column. Last but not least, the information in the Koha wiki > (unlike to HEA) can be edited by anyone who's got some information. > Nothing has to be activated and anyone can do it without asking for > permission. You just need an account for the Koha wiki. > > Best wishes: Michael > -- > Geschäftsführer · Diplombibliothekar BBS, Informatiker eidg. 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