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The DPLA is launching an open-source tool for fast, large-scale data harvests from OAI repositories. The tool uses a Spark distributed processing engine to speed up and scale up the harvesting operation, and to perform complex analysis of the harvested data. It is helping us improve our internal workflows and provide better service to our hubs.

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pycounter makes working with COUNTER usage statistics in Python easy, including fetching statistics with NISO SUSHI.

Developed by the Health Sciences Library System of the University of Pittsburgh to support importing usage data into our in-house Electronic Resources Management (ERM) system.

Licensed under the MIT license. See the file LICENSE for details.

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From The Great Reading Adventure website:

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A Rails engine for metadata aggregation, enhancement, and quality control.
Digital Public Library of America uses Kri-Kri as part of
Heiðrún, its metadata ingestion system.

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ColorSharp is a .NET/Mono library to handle color spaces and light spectrums.

It currently supports light spectrums, and the following color spaces:
- CIE's 1931 XYZ
- CIE's 1931 xyY
- CIE's 1960 UVW
- sRGB

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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.

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Scholarly researchers today are increasingly required to engage in a range of data management activities to comply with institutional policies, or as a precondition for publication or grant funding. Data management plans are now a standard part of grant proposals for most funding agencies.

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Navigate sequences of images in a zoomable, extensible interface.

The player:

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Tools for reading MARC records, transforming them with indexing rules, and indexing to Solr. Might be used to index MARC data for a Solr-based discovery product like Blacklight or VUFind.

Traject might also be generalized to a set of tools for getting structured data from a source, and sending it to a destination.

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Shelflife is a community-based wayfinding tool for navigating the vast resources of the combined Harvard Library System. It enables researchers, teachers, scholars, and students to find what they need and help others learn from them and their paths.

Dual licensed under the MIT license and GPL license.

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