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If you work with batches of vendor-supplied bibliographic records (or actually any type of batchloading of data), you'll want to take a look at Yael Mandelstam's presentation, Demystifying Batchload Analysis [pdf].
Via TS/OBS Hit the City of Roses
Posted at 01:17 PM in Batchloading, Cataloging, Cataloguing | Permalink
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