[Koha] Koha Digest, Vol 159, Issue 11

Mery MENDOZA RODAS mrmery18 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 15 03:03:43 NZDT 2019

I have installed Koha 16.05 and an error is occurring when I send the
request to update personal data through the OPAC intranet. The error is as

Wrong CSRF token at
/usr/share/koha/opac/cgi-bin/opac/opac-memberentry.pl line 185.

I hope you can help me.

El dom., 13 ene. 2019 a las 18:01, <koha-request at lists.katipo.co.nz>

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> From: BWS Johnson <abesottedphoenix at yahoo.com>
> To: koha at lists.katipo.co.nz, Chad Roseburg <croseburg at ncrl.org>
> Subject: Re: [Koha] Tools for collection management
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> Salvete!
>       Here's my soapbox answer for that.
> https://flowingdata.com/
> Old but good:
> https://flowingdata.com/2010/01/21/how-to-make-a-heatmap-a-quick-and-easy-solution/
> https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/bitstream/handle/2142/47285/274_ready.pdf?sequence=2
> Watcher's / listener's advisory:
> http://liveplasma.com/artist-The%20Beatles.html
>   - How do I know when to purchase more in particular collection?
>      (When demand for materials in a given range has fallen flat or
> spiked. The former is particularly important since you'll encourage a self
> perpetuating problem if it's not addressed yet is in the scope of your
> collection. Figuring out why demand has fallen flat or spiked is key to
> solving this issue. Is it due to an already strong showing in a certain
> range that attracts Patrons with an interest in that subject matter? This
> might also manifest in your budget. When is the last time you allocated a
> substantial amount of money to a given range? Is it due to the age of that
> range? In that case a diagnostic could be Nicole's SQL query:
> SELECT itype,
> avg(mid(ExtractValue(marcxml,'//controlfield[@tag="008"]'),8,4))
> FROM biblioitems
> LEFT JOIN items USING (biblioitemnumber)
> SUBSTR(ExtractValue(biblioitems.marcxml,'//controlfield[@tag="008"]'),8,4)
> REGEXP '[0-9]{4}'
> GROUP BY itype
>   - How do I judge demand ...for a particular collection?
>       (Talk to real live breathing Patrons both inside and outside your
> Library. Their feedback is essential since you might hear good things like
> "Actually you have just what I need all of the time." or terrible things
> like "I never use this collection for that since it's so old." Circulation
> data are the traditional go to for this [number of circs across X shelving
> location, author, et cetera.])
>   - How do I decide which items will perform in this branch
>      (Branches tend to come in local flavors, so again, this is drawn more
> from interaction than data. Another angle of this that is important are the
> demographics for the branch. It's always about matching the user to the
> book and vice versa. That said, you might decide that you want to nudge a
> collection into new waters to force Patrons to explore, or have space that
> is terrific for a certain type of material, et cetera. [This will tend to
> be item type data that might address questions like - Is this a DVD heavy
> location or do folks prefer hard copy books? ]
>      Price to earnings for a library is cost of a given material / number
> of circs.  (Not exactly, but don't at me.) Bring your director on board to
> run an experiment that can be treated like the fantasy portfolios you'd
> assign to kids to teach them how stocks work.  Give each bibliographer a
> budget and ensure that they track their purchases. Monitor circs per item
> over a certain period of time. How do those circs change quarter to
> quarter? Are your bibliographers getting better or worse over time? It's
> not only about cost to circ - if you only develop this way, you'll regret
> it since the overall impact of your collection will fall flat and be less
> rich. There are larger ticket items that will not circ too much yet be
> prized in your collection for a very long time. Just as there are circ
> horses that pack a big punch for their buck, yet don't really lend much to
> enrichment or education.
>      Seriously, use the conspectus method.
> http://www.varastokirjasto.fi/kokoelmakartta/julkaisut/esitelmat/Mary_Bushing_Conspectus.pdf
>      Compare how you fare with your neighbors and observe consortial
> duties. Are you deciding to deliberately be different from your neighbors
> or are you collecting to replicate their success?  Are you charged with
> collecting a certain subject matter in depth in your consortium?
> Cheers,Brooke
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