Analysis of the traffic on the AIRS website shows that there continues to be significant use of the content by other Australian higher education providers and other research institutions (see Fig. 1).
Figure 1. Top ten visits from other Australian Institutions, Semester 1 2017.
Figure 2. Top ten visits from overseas institutions, Semester 1 2017.
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