Indexing_open_data_sources [vufind documentation]

Most people are not aware that DOAJ not only provide a Directory of OA journals, but also harvest their articles, which in turn are available to be harvested from DOAJ. Database building And better news, yet: in doajArticle format (very similar to NLM’s – much richer than standard oai:dc). Data recovery top 10 This allows something like With the first field value (container_title) searchable – to obtain all the articles from this Journal, and the other two acting as filters over this Journal (filter to retrieve all the articles published in the 85th volume or from the first issue in this volume). Please be aware that you have also the possibility of just harvest the journal relation themselves indexed in DOAJ (will not retrieve their articles, but rather, Journals’ info). As of this writing (September 12, 2014) the doajArticle metadata prefix no longer appears to be working. Database hosting It is still possible to use oai-dc and customize one of the other DC-based XSL sheets in order to harvest DOAJ. Data recovery best It also appears that the idSearch[]/idReplace[] block suggested above won’t work correctly and may leave slashes in your IDs. Data recovery program If anyone has time to come up with a revised configuration, please post it here. 7 data recovery 94fbr Otherwise, consider adding “AllowEncodedSlashes on” to the section of your Apache configuration, and then things should work even if you don’t strip the IDs. “ has a “customers who bought this item also bought” feature that recommends things to you that you might be interested in. Database languages LibraryThing has it too: the recommendations for What’s Bred in the Bone by Robertson Davies include books by Margaret Laurence, Carol Shields, Michael Ondaatje, Peter Ackroyd, John Fowles, and David Lodge, as well as other Davies works. Library catalogues don’t have any such feature, but they should. Database ranking And libraries are sitting on the circulation and usage data that makes it possible. Data recovery youtube (BiblioCommons does have a Similar Titles feature, but it’s a closed commercial product aimed at public libraries, and anyway the titles are added by hand.) SPLURGE will collect usage data from OCUL members and build a recommendation engine that can be integrated into any member’s catalogue. 911 database The code will be made available under the GNU Public License and the data will be made available under an open data license.” Our thanks to William Denton (Toronto, Canada) for let us know about this project, and the shared info about it, in vufind-tech Mailling List.