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By art, Section Software
Posted on Fri May 24th, 2002 at 09:14:23 AM EST
Rael Dornfest has an interesting article on the Google API. One function which is described in the article is the use of Google's spelling feature. I have been using dumps from WordNet for this kind of thing but the Google API really does this well. Here is another possible illustration of the advantages of component-based library systems. You can wire in the Google API with SOAP for supporting "did you mean" kinds of searches for your catalogue if you are not tied to a monolithic ILS. The API is unfortunately limited to 1,000 searches a day, and Google may eventually pull the plug, but it's an interesting example of how libraries may be able to take advantage of web services.

 

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by ksclarke (ksclarke at princeton I don't want spam dot edu) on Fri May 24th, 2002 at 12:45:46 PM EST
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As an aside: Art, I passed around the URL to your article on a Library Application Framework (that uses components and SOAP) and it struck a chord here. We are thinking we will pursue this avenue for future projects. We are supposed to write up a proposal that we can give to the medical school; this will be an important part of it.

Are you still developing on OSDLS? Have you integrated any of these ideas into that code?

I think the Google service is a good example of this though, like you said, I doubt it will remain free, or available, forever. We were very excited about being able to get Google results in XML before that service was terminated.

Kevin

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