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Hi! Thank you for the work you are doing merging duplicates on Open Library. I would like to leave you this list of possible duplicates (all the items having two or more Open Library ID (P648) - 2591 items at the moment). Bye, --Epìdosis 13:37, 26 June 2019 (UTC)
- Thanks for the query link! I'll keep working through them. I am using the duplicate listing to improve data on both Open Library and Wikidata and trying to keep them both in sync. The Wikidata links are a great way to identify duplicates and collect together the works of those authors in one list. Salpynx (talk) 08:35, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
Thank you very much! Now I have two better query links:
- Most urgent duplicates (= ) -> 4+ duplicates (84 at the moment)
- Simple duplicates (= ) -> 2+ duplicates (2913 at the moment)