Thank you! It looks like the files are available as RDF/XML, Turtle, or
Any examples or suggestions for reading any of these formats?
The MARC Countries file is small, 31-79 kb. I assume a script that
would read a small file like that would at least be a start for the LCNAF
On Mon, 29 Sep 2014, Kyle Banerjee wrote:
KB> After a quick search, http://id.loc.gov/download/ looks like the place to
KB> go. I haven't downloaded it myself, but the file sizes make it look like
KB> the right stuff.
KB> On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 10:55 AM, Jean Roth <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
KB> > What is the link to the downloadable LCNAF data? -- Jean
KB> > On Mon, 29 Sep 2014, Kyle Banerjee wrote:
KB> > KB> IMO, API isn't the best tool for this job. My inclination would be to
KB> > just
KB> > KB> download the LCNAF data, normalize source and comparison data, and then
KB> > KB> compare via hash.
KB> > KB>
KB> > KB> That will be easier to write, and you'll be able to do thousands of
KB> > KB> comparisons per second.
KB> > KB>
KB> > KB> kyle