I became frustated with the lack of a bibliographic report in Logos 4, so I created my own. It's web-based, and I'd like some volunteers to test it for me before I make it publically available. You'll need to register with my site, then upload a Logos file (the file is fairly large, probably around 20Mb). The screenshots below given an indication of some of the reports that are available. The reports aren't perfect, largely because Logos doesn't let me get at all the data I need, but it's certainly better than nothing.
If you're interested in trying it out, let me know through my site: http://www.4-14.org.uk/contact I'll then send you the link you need.
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Mark, any access to ISBNs?
Damian McGrath: Mark, any access to ISBNs?
Unfortunately not. I only have access to data you can see and search when you're in Library.
Shame - that's what I'd like access to...
Just to update that there's no need to contact me to request access. Just go here: http://www.4-14.org.uk/off-topic/logos4-bibliographic-report
(I can no longer edit my first post unfortunately.)
I deleted my report to update it to add more resources and now I can't get the location to show up when I copy %appdata%\..\local\Logos4\Data. Can you help me please?
You can try %localappdata%\Logos4\Data if you're running Vista or above.
I have tried it in Chrome and Firefox. It still isn't working. I want to kick myself for erasing my old bibliographic report. ACK!
I figured out a work-around. Thanks again Mark for such a wonderful program.
I really love this feature unfortunately this weekend my catalog.db file went over the size limit of 120K and now I can use the feature.
Just out of curiosity, have you tried using the export to biblography option in collections? It seems to me that shoudl be able to do all you are discussing.