Have you seen Ross' post:
pymarc can get you this json, e.g.:
records = pymrx.parse_xml_to_array('/path/to/some/marc.xml')
json_file = [record.as_json() for record in records]
or, for that matter, if you happen to be using Mongo's Python API, you
/may/ be able to call `as_dict()` when you store the record:
It looks like ruby-marc does something similar, and presumably the Mongo
API for Ruby uses Ruby hashes the way that the Python API uses dicts, so
a similar approach is probably possible in Ruby.
As for "...an efficient way so as to get results with the appropriate
queries." I guess that all depends on what you're trying to do.
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On 07/05/2013 05:47 AM, dasos ili wrote:
> Could you please give us any suggestions on a data model example regarding a MARC record? The goal is to be able to store it in mongodb, in an efficient way so as to get results with the appropriate queries.
> thank you in advance