Hello, hello, hello. I realize this isn't an exciting question, but as
there are programs performing this action already it should be a fairly
straight-forward one to answer. Anyone? If you are using BIBFRAME surely
you know the answer, or can point me to the document that provides it.
On 4/15/15 11:35 AM, Karen Coyle wrote:
> I apologize if this information is covered somewhere in the BIBFRAME
> documentation but I wasn't able to find it, nor could I glean it from
> what I looked at in the code in github. (Maybe I just ran out of
> It appears that every BIBFRAME "record" that is generated from a MARC
> record is given a work title, whether or not the MARC record contains
> a uniform title (130 or 240).
> 1) is this the case?
> 2) if so, is the work title derived from the title proper (245) in the
> MARC record?
> 3) if so, what subfields of the 245 are included in the work title?
> 4) If more than one 245 subfield is included in the work title
> a) are they combined into a single string?
> b) are they combined into a single string in a specific order?
> c) is there any manipulation (dropping or adding) of punctuation?
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