In yesterday’s post I showed that eMedicine article were viewed the most. However, I feel that’s misleading, as eMedicine has lots of articles so are more likely to have a broader appeal. I suspect eMedicine is viewed more in esoteric areas not much covered by mainstream ‘evidence’.

My preferred measure of ‘top sites’ involves looking at the number of views each source receives then dividing this by the number of articles contained within TRIP. So, eMedicine has 6,386 articles and these articles have been viewed 5,618 times – a ratio of 0.88. Rearranging the articles by this article/view ration changes things considerably:

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