Welcome to the CEAL Statistics Database
The Council on East Asian Library (CEAL) Statistics is an annual publication of statistical data
of East Asian libraries and museum collections (volumes held, volumes added gross, current serials, other materials,
electronic resources), staffing, and services in North America. This database is searchable, with results viewable and
printable in tables and graph formats.
The CEAL Statistics site has been created and maintained by the CEAL Statistics Committee located at the University of Kansas Libraries, Lawrence, KS since 1999.
- For new users to this database, please click here for more information.
- Certain data can only be accessed by members, including tables with derived statistical data.
Please contact us for information about membership.
Searching the database:
|Quick View||Provides a quick view on the statistics of all institutions, containing information about total materials held (including serials).|
|Table View (Basic)||Search the database with year(s) and libraries, and view all the data and fields available in individual tables.|
|Table View (Advance)||Search the database with year(s) and libraries, and view the data available in individual tables. Unlike basic view, fields to display can be customized.|
|Graph View (Basic)||Search the database and view the data available as graphs.|
|Graph View (Advance)||Search the database and view the data available as graphs. Fields to display can be customized.|
|View published data in PDF.|
|Participating Libraries||Contains the list of CEAL participants along with information of CEAL forms submitted, sorted by year.|
|Library Information||View information of CEAL participants.|
CEAL Statistics by Council on East Asian Libraries Statistics is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, andindicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
Based on a work at lib.ku.edu