If you are looking for information on the literature available online and around the world, check out this presentation by our founding board member Gene Hobbs.
The top ten lists were started as a way of identifying popular downloads for new users. We compile data from January 1st to December 31st to create these lists.
These papers and categories have been selected based on searches of the Rubicon Research Repository (RRR) and questions found in online forums. They are meant to serve as a starting point for anyone interested in the contents of our collection.
To use the Rubicon Research Repository, follow the “Research Repository” link from the Rubicon Home page (http://rubicon-foundation.org/). This link is located at the top and bottom of each page of the Rubicon site.
Those that wish to go directly to the Repository without going to the main Rubicon site are welcome to use a direct link (http://archive.rubicon-foundation.org/).
Use of the Rubicon Research Repository is free but donations to support this work are appreciated. We have taken the time to request the documents included in the Repository and in many cases scan them for the copyright holder. Is is important to note that the author has granted permission for the thesis to be included in this collection. The author retains all copyright. You must request permission to include these files on your own web site or to post them in a forum.
To search for a document in the Rubicon Research Repository (RRR), you can use one of many methods. We encourage you to play with the site to find what works best for you.
Searching of the whole collection can be done by using the “Search Rubicon” box on the left column or the “Search” box located on the top right of your screen when on the RRR page.
Individual collections may be searched by clicking the “Communities & Collections” link in the right hand column. Pick a collection from the list and use the “Search” box located on that page.
Currently, the Rubicon Research Repository is comprised of a single Community titled “Rubicon Foundation Archive”. Each of the sections that make up the collection is a community. This Community also contains two sub-communities titled “Accident and Fatality Analysis” and “Technical Reports”. These are just an organizational system inherent in the software.
Some of the files can be quite large and the downloads will take a long time. (example: A 60 MB file is reported to be as long as 14 minutes.) Please be patient and allow time for the file to transfer. If you can not see the progress of the download, you may want to try a ‘right click’ on the view/open button located in the box at the bottom of the page and select ‘save file as’. This has been noted to work with later versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer. If you would like us to reduce the file size, please send us an email with your request. (note: file sizes are reduced by requiring later versions of Adobe Acrobat to open them)
Nothing, we are currently making an attempt to “clean” the database of errors such as these. Please be patient as we are doing out best.
Examples may include: MY Name, M.Y. Name, Name MY, Name M.Y., and First Name1
If you have an urgent need to have specific records formatted, please contact us.
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