Cite as: Giblin et al, ‘What can 100,000 books tell us about the international public library e-lending landscape?’ (forthcoming 2019).
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Note: The full study contains a lot of data, and can take a long time to load. To ensure maximum access, this dashboard displays a cut-down version of 5,000 records. If you would like to access the full dashboard with almost 100,000 titles, you can go here (please be patient while loading the page).
This work is part of an Australian Research Council Linkage Project (LP160100387) led by Associate Professor Rebecca Giblin. The other Chief Investigators are Professor Kimberlee Weatherall (Law), Professor Julian Thomas (Social research) and Dr François Petitjean (Data Science). Our research team also includes postdoctoral fellows Dr Jenny Kennedy and Dr Charlotte Pelletier, Master’s student in Data Science Woratana Ngarmtrakulchol, and research assistants Dan Gilbert, Jacob Flynn and Emily van der Nagel.
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We thank all our partners for their contributions of expertise, time and other resources, and to aggregators Overdrive, James Bennett, Bibliotheca, Wheelers and Bolinda for their cooperation and support.
These interactive dashboards were produced by Woratana Ngarmtrakulchol (aka 'Perth') under the supervision of Associate Professor Rebecca Giblin and Dr François Petitjean. The tools used were D3.js, Crossfilter.js, DC.js, Bootstrap, and FontAwesome.