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      Library catalogues as a research resource According to Peter Stallybrass , researchers should be turning to librarians to understand knowledge production see also Kraus, Open-data analytical ecosystems as quantitative research tools The starting point of our analysis is the library catalogue, which is further extracted, transformed, and supplemented with supporting information, and subjected to rigorous quantitative analysis.

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