Category Archives: Open data

EZProxy and activity data

EZProxy pros and cons What RISE has demonstrated to us is that using proxy server logfiles from EZProxy as the source of your recommendations has some major limitations (in comparison with OpenURL data at least).  In part this is due to limitations in the … Continue reading

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Open Recommender data

One of the aspirations of the RISE project is to be able to release the data in our recommendations database openly.  So we’ve been thinking recently about how we might go about that.  A critical step will be for us … Continue reading

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