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Monthly Visitor and Rating Statistics Now Available on FDA Basics

December 15, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

FDA Basics is the agency’s web-based resource that provides basic information to the public about FDA and the work of the agency (see January 12 blog post).  Now available on FDA Basics are summary statistics about the number of visitors coming to the site each month, the number of comments submitted by the public each month,  as well as the average rating (based on a 5 point scale) for the content on FDA Basics.    The statistics will be updated monthly and are available here.

Let us know what you think of the new metrics page on FDA Basics.  And continue to check out the content on FDA Basics.  You can suggest additional questions and rank how useful you found the answers we provided.   New content is added on a regular basis (see the “What’s New” tab on the FDA Basics homepage).

Afia Asamoah, Transparency Initiative Coordinator

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