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Cake day: Nov 29, 2022

IFLA Wikidata Working Group
The IFLA Wikidata Working Group was formed in late 2019 to explore and advocate for the use of and contribution to Wikidata by library and information professionals, the integration of Wikidata and Wikibase with library systems, and alignment of the Wikidata ontology with library metadata formats such as BIBFRAME, RDA, and MARC.

Wikicite + Libraries Discussion Series (2020)
The Wikicite Discussion Series was organised by the IFLA Wikidata Working Group and generously supported by the Wikimedia Foundation. Across six sessions (each around an hour), we explore open citations, language revitalisation, knowledge equity, access to scholarly publications, linking and visualising bibliographic data, the global wiki community, and much more!

Mit Wikidata durch den Bibliotheksbestand: Semantische Suchabfragen mithilfe von Linked Open Data
Slides of a talk by Christian Erlinger about use of Wikidata to support extended search

Kurs: Unlock the Libraries LOD Einführung (2022)
German introduction to Wikidata by Christian Erlinger with material at Wikiversity (2022)

Wikidata ist für alle (Bibliotheken) offen
German slides of a talk about Wikidata and Libraries by Christian Erlinger (2019)

German one-pager on Wikidata (2018)

Initiated by Jez Cope, awarded a Software Sustainability Institute Fellowship in January 2020, to kickstart a cultural heritage data science network at the British Library. The project seems to have fallen asleep after two year but Jez still seems to be active: https://erambler.co.uk/about/

GLAM Data Science Network
We are librarians, curators, archivists, cataloguers, researchers, software engineers, marketers, finance & HR professionals and others working in the GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums) & Cultural Heritage sector.

Data Science Training for Librarians
Data Scientist Training for Librarians (DST4L) is an experimental course, started at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics John G. Wolbach Library and the Harvard Library to train librarians to respond to the growing data needs of their communities.

csvq - SQL-like query language for csv
csvq is a command line tool to operate CSV files. You can read, update, delete CSV records with SQL-like query syntax.

Miller Latest Documentation
Miller is a command-line tool for querying, shaping, and reformatting data in various tabular and key-value formats such as CSV, TSV, JSON...

Only after having added lemmy.ml to allowed_instances and having searched for !meta@lemmy.ml in my instance.

q - Text as Data
Command line tool to query CSV files with SQL-like expressions.

lobid — data infrastructure for libraries (hbz)
lobid provides Linked Open Data (LOD) services for libraries, consisting of user interfaces (UIs) and application programming interfaces (APIs). lobid is run by the North Rhine-Westphalian Library Service Centre (hbz).

Bookmarklet to post to Lemmy
Use this [bookmarklet](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bookmarklet) URL to post to code4lib.net with one click: `javascript:void function(){var u=document.URL,t=document.title;window.open('https://code4lib.net/create_post?title='+t+'&url='+u,'_blank').focus()}()`

LinkedOpenData-Service B3Kat
Linked Open Data from Bavarian library network (BVB)

Linked Open Data provided in the Common Library Network (GBV). The service subsumes multiple parts (data about libraries, documents, vocabularies...) in different state of development. No API other than plain HTTP requests so far.

Data dumps from BL including RDF

Open Data - K10plus
Data from K10plus union catalog (BSZ/GBV) as dump, including MARC21 and RDF

SLUB - LOD API documentation
LOD API from Dresden State and University Library (SLUB)

Oh, just copy the Lemmy community URL into Mastodon search!

I'm quite new to #Fediverse and only found this discussion to fix integration of Mastodon and Lemmy. Is there an introduction for dummies how to use both together in a meaningful way?