Current News

  • MarcEdit Automatic Field Translation Plug-in November 29, 2014
    While experimenting with doing automatic language translation using the Microsoft Translation API, I got a couple of questions from users asking if this same process could be applied to doing automatic field translation to create localized searching indexes of subject terms.  The specific use case proposed was the generation of a single 653 that included [.. […]
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  • MarcEdit LibHub Plug-in October 17, 2014
    As libraries begin to join and participate in systems to test Bibframe principles, my hope is that when possible, I can provide support through MarcEdit to provide these communities a conduit to simplify the publishing of information into those systems.  The first of these test systems is the Libhub Initiative, and working with Eric Miller and […]
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  • MarcEdit Sept. 2014 server log snapshot October 8, 2014
    Here’s a snapshot of the server log data as reported through Awstats for the marcedit.reeset.net subdomain.  Server log stats for Sept. 2014: Logged MarcEdit uses: ~190,000 Unique Users: ~17,000 Bandwidth Used: ~14 GB Top 10 Countries by Bandwidth: United States Canada China India Australia Great Britain Mexico Italy Spain Germany Countries by Use (with at [ […]
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  • MarcEdit 6 Update (10/6/2014) October 7, 2014
    I sent this note to the MarcEdit listserv late last night, early this morning, but forgot to post here.  Over the weekend, the Ohio State University Libraries hosted our second annual hackaton on the campus.  It’s been a great event, and this year, I had one of the early morning shifts (12 am-5 am) so […]
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  • MarcEdit 6.0 Update September 23, 2014
    This update is coming a little later than I’d hoped, but I’ve been busying myself with a couple of projects that have been consuming some of my off hours.  Today’s update deals with a handful of issues, as well as provides some new functionality.  Changes: Bug Fix: Edit Field Function: Field recursion switch (/r) was […]
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