[LibX] Re: Multiple options (indexes) for type=bookmarklet
karnesky at northwestern.edu
Fri Aug 18 13:16:47 EDT 2006
>> - Ross: I don't understand how COinS would come in at all. Could you explain?
> However, COinS (in applications like RefBase, where's there's a natural relationship) would be a simple, standardized way to parse the data in the page.
I've posted a few examples of COinS markup in refbase. The actual
implementation may differ, depending on input from developers and users.
However, you're welcome to see it:
One thing which I noticed is that LibX only recognizes the journal and
book formats. Are there plans to support:
and other "alternative" formats?
> - Richard: That said, for refbase in the very short term we might be
> inheritance mechanism adding another catalog is really only a few
> lines. I'm happy to do it if you send me a public catalog I can test
Thanks for the offer! You should probably use the following catalog for
The best way to use refbase as a catalog will probably be to use our
Here's the code:
Here's the documentation:
Here's an example showing the relevant search fields:
Given the plethora of query syntax for other catalogs, I do continue to
think an improved bookmarklet-style would be nice.
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