Introducing the SALT recommender API ( based on 10 years of University of Manchester circulation data)

I’m pleased to announce the release of the SALT recommender API which works with over ten years of circulation data from the University of Manchester’s John Rylands Library.

The data source is currently static, but nonetheless yields excellent results. Please experiment and let us know how you get on. Stay tuned for a future post detailing some work we have planned for continuing this project, which will include assessing additional use cases, aggregating more data sources (and adding them to the API) and producing a shared service feasibility report for JISC.

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3 Responses to Introducing the SALT recommender API ( based on 10 years of University of Manchester circulation data)

  1. Phil. says:

    Any news on when/if the raw (anonymised) data will be made available?

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