Records in Subset 1 (sample) for first Aleph testload

19 April 2001

Chiefly bibliographic records, (which will be used to identify holdings, items, OPRs, etc) and some authority records:

1. 10 percent sample of all bibliographic records that are coded:

 

D = Computer files

579

M = Music scores

11,122

P = Maps (Cartographic Material)

2,725

R = Sound recordings

8,240

U = Archival control

2,138

V = Visual materials

2,178

   

2 All bibliographic records that contain 856 fields (URL)

This will be a mixture of books and serials; most of the serials will have at least 2 LOCs and there should be lots of holdings involved (and perhaps some items)

12,000

3. All bibliographic records with Proust as author, Proust as subject, or Proust as a title word

 

4. Authority records for Proust

 

5. All bibliographic records with title beginning "History of England"

 

6. All bibliographic records with title beginning: Harvard College

9,000

7. All LCSH for DNA, and all MeSH for DNA, both bibliographic records and authority records (including broader/narrower terms)

1,000

8. All bibliographic records with Thomson as author, Thomson as subject and associated authority records (Virgil Thomson, composer)

ca 300

9. Bibliographic records with author beginning SCHAT

1000

10. Widener call number Mus822-Mus824

1,000

11. Bibliographic records with SuDocs call number PE and other PEs in CO index

 

12. Records with HOLLIS number beginning BPU as of 4/3/01 (to identify a group of recently added records)

2050

13. Bibliographic records with several of LOCs

10

14. Bibliographic records with suppressed LOCs

500

15. Bibliographic records with LOC $j
CH list
HFS list

600
300

16. LOCs with less than 200,000 bibliographic records (1-10 records from each)

1500

17. Special character and diacritic test records (bibliographic records)

7

18. Bibliographic records with long titles, elaborate notes (chiefly from series: Early English…)

 

Total

55,000