DAPI Diem is an exploratory tool developed during OCLC's Developer House event in December 2014 that attempts to highlight library holdings relevant for a given day. The tool queries the linked data source DBpedia using SPARQL to discover entities with a relationship to the day, ranks the entities using information about the entities' Wikipedia articles, and retrieves library holdings using the WorldCat Discovery API. Presented as part of "Linked Data-Driven Discovery: Applications and APIs from a User-Centered Perspective" at LITA Forum, November 13, 2015, Minneapolis, MN.
Hanrath, Scott. (2015, November). Using linked data and the WorldCat Discovery API to surface timely holdings. Presented as part of "Linked Data-Driven Discovery: Applications and APIs from a User-Centered Perspective" at LITA Forum, Minneapolis, MN.
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