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Monica Rivero's Public Library

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    http://sds.01/create/http/capital/870745800/create/period_1_1364871116_438861511.ssa

     
      

    I want to return : 1364871116_438861511, which is between "period_1_" AND ".ssa"

  • Use this regex:

      
    period_1_(.*)\.ssa 
      

  • useful for searching for specific text pattern in files
  • considers case by default.
  • add /I switch to ignore the case in the search

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    • Select one or more images in the thumbnail page by clicking on them once.
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    • Go to the Tools menu in the toolbar and choose “Save citations for selected images.”
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    • Under the same menu, click on “View and export citations” and choose your preference. That’s it!

  • How the system works and what publishers have to do:
  • Publishers of electronic scholarly content join as members and are assigned a DOI prefix
  • CrossRef then registers each article DOI and URL in a central DOI directory

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  • Tag and Release: Google Tag Manager in the Wild
  • Do Collaborative Multi-Institution Projects Drive End-User Traffic to Digital Collections
  • Preserving Today for Tomorrow’s Memory: Armenia Cultural Heritage Preserving Program

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  • From the Attic to the Archives: An App for Crowd Sourcing Cultural Heritage Collections
  • Using Digital Analytics to Assess the Real World
  • Maybe the Silo isn’t the Problem: Some Approaches to Building a Cross-Platform (Meta)Data Infrastructure

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  • resize and lower the quality of the images using;
     mogrify -resize 50% -quality 25
  • resize and lower the quality of the images using;
     mogrify -resize 50% -quality 25
  • ImageMagick is a command line conversion program that is capable of so many more batch operations than this - resizing, compression, format conversion - and it's available on all platforms - Linux, Windows and Mac.

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  • findstr command is short for find string and is a command used in MS-DOS to locate files containing a specific string of plain text.
  • /O  Prints character offset before each matching line.   
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