The end result of this project is enhanced discovery of library data – bringing like sets of content together in contemporary and easy to understand views assisting users in locating sets of associated bibliographic metadata.
"Initiated by the Library of Congress, BIBFRAME provides a foundation for the future of bibliographic description, both on the web, and in the broader networked world."
Last update: June 24, 2017
As a result of the transformation process, there are twenty-nine HTML sitemaps, with 10,000 pages per map available for parsing here.
Each HTML file (a BIBFRAME record) encorporates RDF for a BIBFRAME Work, Instance, Authority, and Annotation.
BIBFRAME HTML also incorporates Schema.org structured data.
HTML file (a BIBFRAME 2.0 record) incorporates RDF for a BIBFRAME Work, Instance, and Item.
For BIBBFRAME 1.0 research and development in 2015 we utilized the Library of Congress XQuery transformation code to begin our process, and then augmented the results by programmatically enriching records with linked open data. Python code developed as a result of the grant is available from Bitbucket.