Working with Ken Varnum (Editor), I have done some automated analysis and full text indexing against the full run (472 items) of Information Technology And Libraries (ITAL):
* analysis - http://bit.ly/2oK425R
* indexing - http://bit.ly/2nemFhP
The graphic design is a bit wonky, but the majority of the functionality is there. In the near future I hope to use Open Journal System's API to extract more thorough bibliographics, and consequently make the analysis/indexing more meaningful/contextual. The faceted search results for everything in the index reflects the overall scope of the journal --> http://bit.ly/2nXw8d6 "Thanks Ken!"
I have done similar work against a collection of 164 books written by seven or eight American authors:
* analysis - http://bit.ly/2nIntfd
* indexing - http://bit.ly/2nYxTYd
Again, the graphic design is a bit wonky, but the analysis has a bit more context because I was able to include author names and book titles in the process. The bibliography illustrates this point --> http://bit.ly/2oNhLc5 This collection includes more than 11 million words.
If you would like to have similar analysis and indexing against something of yours, then drop me a line. The bigger the better, and "bigger" is currently defined as items numbering in the hundreds or low thousands. Books. Journal articles. Websites. Etc.
Eric Lease Morgan
Digital Initiatives Librarian, Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship
University of Notre Dame
250E Hesburgh Library
Notre Dame, IN 46556
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