Libraries have numerous data sources, systems and applications in common and face similar clean-up issues in the data. Applications, standards, technical skills and a big-picture view to data needs and use can help address common data issues.
Libraries have much in common when they clean up data. Except for unique local resources, we get our data from the same sources. Usage data from various platforms and publishers, title lists from publishers or vendors, OpenURL linker title lists and clickthrough statistics all come from the same set of commercial or scholarly entities. Most libraries are tracking and accounting for similar use and service information ...