The GLAM Workbench helps researchers use data from galleries, libraries, archives, and museums (the GLAM sector). There’s a whole section devoted to RecordSearch, which helps you do things like saving a search as a CSV (spreadsheet) file for further analysis. It’s all free and openly licensed to encourage re-use, exploration, and sharing.
Wow, thank you. It would be good if NAA could provide an API for downloading searches (and also permanent URL links to items would be helpful for utilising those searches at a later date).
Mmmmm. Would love to be able to get full-record RS data into CSV - but sadly I can’t make sense of the tools so generously offered here by @wragge. Binder, Jupyter notebooks etc are all grikk to me, alas. Anyone here got any tips for this-here ingenue? A screen recording perhaps? OR do they require a reasonable degree of familiarity with the environment in which they are constructed.