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Ok, more documentation for you — page for the API in GLAM Workbench updated!
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Twitter
Ok, more documentation for you — page for the API in GLAM Workbench updated!
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Trove newspapers
So here's some fun things to do with newspapers... (via GLAM Workbench)
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Twitter
So here's some fun things to do with newspapers... (via GLAM Workbench)
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Twitter
Hmm it looks like the FOR codes are getting through on some records, but not others...
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Twitter
Slowly working my way through the documentation for my GLAM Workbench. Still lots to do, but I think the page for…
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Twitter
If there are APIs or other data sources you’d like me to add to my GLAM Workbench, feel free to create an issue. Yo…
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Twitter
RT : I believe we at the AWM have a way to access whole collection data as a CSV through o…
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Twitter
Or create some more Jupyter notebooks so they use the API without coding. :)

Than…
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Twitter
RT : The government is paying millions to replicate an unauthorised boat arrival
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Twitter
I don't know if you're interested in stuff that I've har…
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Twitter
There's this collection of Australian GLAM data sets har…
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Twitter
Updated list of the fifty most common words occuring before the word ‘aliens’ in newspapers (with n…
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Twitter
Just updated my harvest of metadata and full text from The Bulletin in . There’s about 2gb of OCRd t…
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Twitter
Hmm I thought we already had a museum in Sydney focused on Australian design...
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Twitter
It's hard to compare. On RS, functions are arranged in a hierarchy and while there are…
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Twitter
Also, what do you mean by 'underdeveloped'? I'm interested in how these systems are con…
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Twitter
Do you mean select an agency then show the predecessor/successor agencies? That should…
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Twitter
Fifty most common words occuring before the word ‘aliens’ in newspapers (213,000 articles)…
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Twitter
You want big data? I just harvested 213,340 newspaper articles (including full OCRd text) from in 8…
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Twitter
Want an easy way to download newspaper articles in bulk? No installation? Point and click? I’ve cr…
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Twitter
So now I’ve updated TroveHarvester and built a new interface I can get back to the task I wanted the TroveHarvester…
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Twitter
And version 0.2.2 of TroveHarvester quickly follows 0.2.1 as I squash a bug when downloading PDFs… Also managed to…
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troveharvester · PyPI
TroveHarvester 0.2.1 — updated to work with version 2 of the API. Now on pypi! More details shortly…
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Twitter
Ok, that’s more like it. Full text and metadata of 29,203 newspaper articles harvested using the AP…
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Twitter
Uh, never come across one of these before from the API. Needless to say it causes the Newspaper Ha…
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Twitter
Testing the updated Trove Newspaper Harvester…

Run into a problem with the API not returning the c…
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Twitter
Thanks to the API upgrade, the new version of the Trove Newspaper Harvester should be a lot faster.…
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Twitter
I’m enjoying using as a way of capturing what I’m working on:

Just…
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Tim Sherratt
I’m enjoying using as a way of capturing what I’m working on:

Just…
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Twitter
RT : I love using QueryPic to look at changing terminology/spelling.
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Twitter
And also “coloured alien” which, not suprisingly, peaks in 1901 when the Immigration Restriction Act is passed…
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Twitter
Exploring some of the adjectives attached to ‘alien’ in newspapers…

You can create these sorts of…
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Twitter
Just to emphasise my point the other day about the impact of stemming on searches for naturalisation/naturalization…
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7 days ago
Twitter
Hey , looks like you're using for your archival collections which is cool. Any chance…
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Twitter
RT : Inspired by ’s in HK/Guangdong? Places still available on our Cantonese heritage tour…
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Twitter
The Australian version of ‘Who’s responsible?’ is up! Just select a government function and explore the different a…
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Twitter
New notebook added to the RecordSearch repository — get the basic details of agencies associated wit…
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Twitter
Hmm, wondering why the ‘National Council of Women of the Australian Capital Territory’ is assigned the function ‘CI…
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Twitter
First look at LNP advertising for the forthcoming federal election...
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Twitter
As well as cross-posting updates to Twitter and Mastodon, I’ve now set up IFTTT to keep an eye on my…
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9 days ago
Tim Sherratt - Adventures in stemming, or what happens when you search Trove for 'naturalization'
Adventures in stemming, or what happens when you search Trove for 'naturalization':
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Tim Sherratt
I have a brand new updates page powered by !
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Twitter
RT : CMM reports on 's late-2018 announcement of review of Asst Prof scheme. Huge win for members due to cam…
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Twitter
RT : These blog posts from about the work going on at are a superb example of how to craft t…
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Twitter
RT : I strongly believe libraries should play this role, but the sector needs investment in infrastructure, skills and p…
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Twitter
RT : Old gallows from Bathurst Gaol at Corrective Services Museum, Cooma. Sam Poo, Chinese bushranger, was hanged on the…
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Twitter
Locks at the Cooma jail museum...
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Twitter
Technologies of identification at the Cooma jail museum...
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Twitter
Here, for example, is a handy little timeline of New Zealand consular services.
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Twitter
There’s not a lot of code behind it — you can view it all in the notebook here:…
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Twitter
So I used the functions data I harvested from ’s Archway db to make a simple app that displays the govt…
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Twitter
RT : Day trip to Yarrangobilly Caves – picnic with kangaroo friends and two cave walks.
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Twitter
Many tentacled monster from the depths of space (or perhaps the roof of Jillabenan Cave, Yarrangobilly) @ Kosciuszk…
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Twitter
RT : Have you ever wanted to download data about the functions used in ’s Archway database?

I created a not…
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15 days ago
Twitter
Of course if you’re not really interested in how I did it and would just like the data, h…
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Twitter
RT : Joe Day was born in Canton and was 42 years old in 1906. (via )
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Twitter
Greetings from the top of Australia...
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RT : Glimpses of Chinese-Australian families at the Snowy River Historical Society in Berridale: Yens, Yans and Booshang…
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Twitter
RT : An extended account of the story of Lin Lee Wood’s daughter, Ruby, will be published in our forthcoming volume on C…
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20 days ago
Twitter
So secret we cannot even speak its name…

[Title exempt]

Also closed on national security grounds in 2018...
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Twitter
Also closed in 2018 on national security grounds — 'Chinese Communist and Viet Min amphibitious capabilities’ from…
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Twitter
Closed to public access in 2018 on national security grounds — 'Manufacture of Molotov cocktails [Box 2]’ from 194…
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Twitter
Weirdly, the most common reason for closing files in 2018 (cited in 451 cases), was because they were in the closed…
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Twitter
So here’s a preview of the next notebook…

The oldest file closed in 2018 contains legal opinions from 1927-28. It…
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Twitter
It’s just the number that have been through access examination and ended up…
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Twitter
RT : Cracking read by on the latest Cabinet release. The significance of the redactions is crushing.

Bri…
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Twitter
If you just want the data, here’s the direct links to the files created using the notebook:

CSV (2mb):…
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Twitter
If you want to start from scratch and harvest your very own dataset of closed files from RecordSearch here’s a…
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Twitter
I'll be poking around in the data and sharing the results over coming weeks, but this year I wanted to make it easi…
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