Summary of statistical data regarding our E-research, Matricula-Historia-Online service from December 8th, 2010 (1.398 days) are the following:
- Number of users registered for E-research: 1.110
- Number of E-searches: 41.349, an average of 29,6 per day
- Number of E-research topic selection (selection of settlements, opening the link): 150.421, an average of 107,6 per day
- Number of digital photos: 983.583 pictures are available on the internet. (06.06.2014.)
- Settlements-parishes Photographed as Part of the Communio-project: see in the synoptic table
After analyzing the server’s log files we prepared the following statistics for our archive’s website for Dec 8, 2010 - June 8, 2011:
The most traffic was generated by our registered users who viewed a total of 1.5 million pages. The number of registered users of the E-Research, Matricula Historia On-line Service was 180. The number of log-ons (research events) was over 4,600, which means an average of 25 daily research events. Naturally, there is a wide variance among the individual researchers’ activities. The number of log-ons was over 100 in the case of 10 researchers and was over 50 in case of 30 researchers. The average number of log-ons was 30 by an individual e-researcher. From the daily statistics of log-ons it can be seen that the seasons and the weather also have an effect on the time spent by research. In the spring, as the weather got better and days got longer the number of log-ons per day decreased: during the winter months the average number was around 30, while in the spring between 20-25.
Our website had a significant traffic by unregistered users as well. These unknown, unidentified browsers gave more than 1 million requests-tasks to our server.
Our e-researchers and other browsers clicked on our website 2.5 million times in the last half a year.
Dedication of a special archival service – from Archbishop Dr. Balázs Bábel
As the archbishop of the Kalocsa-Kecskemét Archdiocese I am happy and proud to introduce and recommend a special archival initiative. As far as we know, the website of the Archdiocesan Archives Kalocsa is the first in Hungary to offer a new service that enables researching vital records and local history resources of the archdiocese through the internet. As a result of a year long work now the digital reproduction of several thousands of manuscripts (vital records, censuses, protocols, historia domus, etc.) from several hundred settlements of the former Bács-Bodrog county and the current Bács-Kiskun county from the 18-20th century – a total of 250,000 photographs – become available to our registered researchers.