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Jakob

How many percentage of the people have more/less publications during their lifetime than afterwards? Which people have been forgotten and had a revival during the 1960s? I think this is just a glimpse to Semantic Web (with a SPARQL-Interface to WorldCat Identities people may answer such questions, but this is for 2008/2009).

By the way if you catch the year of birth and dead with substring-before(substring-after(//pnkey,'$'),' ') and substring-after(substring-after(//pnkey,'$'),' ') then you can mark publications during lifetime of a person in a different color in the dateLoop-template.

Jodi Schneider

What's the earliest known author in WorldCat?

Identities is a great resource. I'd love to see more entrees for browsing in it.

Thom

I don't have a good answer for who is the first author. All the old dates I see in WorldCat look suspect to me.

We're open to suggestions for other ways to access the pages or otherwise navigate once you've found one.

--Th

K.G. Schneider

Ok, Identities will continue to irk me until it shows my real publication history, but I post here because I am looking for information on WorldCat and SPARQL. Hello kitty?

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