The suite of programs retrieves bibliographic data and Open Library pages for a set of identified books, organizes these for selection based on quality, and makes appropriate changes to the MARC records based on the library's requirements. In addition, statistics about book downloads are obtained via simple integration with the bit.ly URL shortening service.
Protégé Desktop is a feature rich ontology editing environment with full support for the OWL 2 Web Ontology Language, and direct in-memory connections to description logic reasoners like HermiT and Pellet.
Piwik is an open analytics platform currently used by individuals, companies and governments all over the world. With Piwik, your data will always be yours.
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Potthakalaya is a small project aimed at providing librarians with a compilation of Open Source software tools which make the myriad tasks of librarianship more efficient.
libdwt is a cross-platform discrete wavelet transform library implemented in C language. The library implements fast wavelet transform algorithm using lifting scheme. Cohen-Daubechies-Feauveau wavelets with 2 and 4 vanishing moments were used.
BitCurator uses open source digital forensics tools to help collecting institutions manage born-digital materials. The BitCurator environment includes forensics and data analysis software to simplify the processing of digital collections:
Loughborough Online Reading List System (LORLS) is a reading/resource list management system developed by the Systems Team at Loughborough University Library and made available as open source.
ExSite9 is a cross-platform Java desktop application, built using Eclipse RCP, that will allow researchers to indentify their research data files, "tag" their data files with descriptive metadata, and package their data files and associated metadata ready for submission to repositories.
Typingpool chops your audio into small bits and routes them to the labor marketplace Mechanical Turk, where workers transcribe the bits in parallel. This produces transcripts much faster than any lone transcriber for as little one-eighth what you pay a transcription service. Better still, workers keep 91 percent of the money you spend.