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About the Insights Builder

Allows users to perform detailed collection comparisons at the individual and group level in Choreo Insights.

Overview

Using the Insights Builder, you can make collection comparisons between two groups: The My Libraries (A) group, which consists of one or more holding symbols from your institution, and the Comparator (B) group, which consists of holding symbols from libraries or lists that you choose to compare to.

To learn how to run a report of your query, see Run a query.

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1. Analysis Type

Compare your collection (Group A) to the collections of other libraries (Group B) using one of four different analysis queries.

All Show titles held by either Group A OR Group B
Overlap Show Titles held by Group A AND Group B
Distinct Show Titles held only by your library or group (Group A)
Gap Show titles held only by your comparator libraries (Group B)

2. Groups

My Libraries (A)

Your My Library group will be automatically configured when your Choreo Insights account is initially set-up. This group is configured based on your institution's WorldCat holdings symbol(s).

Comparator Groups (B)

Comparator groups are created by selecting other libraries' collections from a list on the Comparator Group page.

3. Lists

Upload custom-created title lists and compare them against your institution's collection. These title lists can be uploaded from anyone from your library as long as they have a Choreo Insights account. For more information, see Create a title list and Upload a title list.

4. Query Filters

Filter name Details
Subject Classifications
  • All Subjects
  • Specific LCC Classes
FAST Heading

Use FAST subject headings to look at specific topics. To use FAST subject headings:

  1. Choose to limit the search by selecting from the following Facets:
    • All
    • Personal Name
    • Corporate Name
    • Meeting
    • Uniform Title
    • Event
    • Chronological
    • Topical (default)
    • Geographic
    • Form / Genre
  2. Search for the appropriate headings using the search box:
    Search type Details
    Phrase Search Provides a broader search across FAST facets. Click ADD after typing in a phrase search to add it to the Active Filters and continue adding phrases.
    Heading Selector Provides the ability to be more granular in applying FAST headings to the search.
  3. Select those you wish to add to your search.

If necessary, adjust the rows per page to show longer lists of matching terms.

FAST (Faceted Application of Subject Terminology) is derived from the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), and is one of the library domains most widely used subject terminology schemas. The development of FAST has been a collaboration of OCLC Research and the Library of Congress. Work on FAST began in late 1998.

Visit, FAST Subject Headings for more information.

Group Holdings

Allows you to search by holding levels in the group of libraries you have included in your search (My Library + Comparators).

  • Same Edition (OCNs): Group count measures the number of libraries holding the same edition, as defined by a specific OCLC number.
  • Any Edition (WorkIDs): Group count consists of the number of libraries holding the same work as defined by the OCLC Work ID.
WorldCat Holdings

Filters your query by WorldCat holdings count, which will let you identify scarcely or widely held titles.

  • Same Edition (OCNs): WorldCat holdings count measures the number of libraries in WorldCat holding the same edition, as defined by a specific OCLC number.
  • Any Edition (WorkIDs): WorldCat holdings count consists of the number of libraries in WorldCat holding the same work as defined by the OCLC Work ID.
Formats

Filter by format type:

  • All Formats (Default)
  • Specific Formats:
    • Audiobook
      • Audiobook
      • Audiobook, CD
      • Audiobook, Cassette
      • Audiobook, LP
      • eAudioBook
    • Books
      • Book, Large Print
      • Book, Manuscript
      • Book, Microform
      • Book, Print
      • Book, Thesis/dissertation
      • Book, eBook
      • Braille
      • Continually Updated Resource
    • Journal/Magazine
      • Journal/Magazine
      • eJournal/Magazine
    • Map
      • Manuscript Map
      • Maps, Non Digital
      • eMap
    • Music
      • Downloadable Musical Score
      • Manuscript Musical Score
      • Music
      • Music, CD
      • Music, Cassette
      • Music, LP
      • Musical Score
      • eMusic
    • Newspaper
      • Newspaper
      • eNewspaper
    • Videos/Images
      • Image
      • Video, Blu-ray
      • Video, DVD
      • Video, Film
      • Video, VHS
      • eVideo
Government Documents

Choose from the following: 

  • No Restrictions (Default) - Will not restrict your query by any government document flag
  • Government Documents - Will restrict your query to those records with the government document flag set to yes
  • Not Government Documents - Will restrict your query to those records with the government document flag set to no

Records are flagged as a government document if any of the following conditions are met:

  • The presence of a GPO government document number (located in the MARC 074 field)
  • The presence of a government document classification number (located in the MARC 086 field)
  • The government document indicator (located in the MARC 008 field, subfield 28) contains one of the following values:
    • a - autonomous or semi-autonomous component
    • c - multilocal
    • f - federal/national
    • i - international/intergovernmental
    • l - local
    • m - multistate
    • o - government publication-level undetermined
    • s - state, provincial, territorial, dependent, etc.
Publications
  • Publication Year
  • Place of Publication
    • Select In or Not In
Usage Circulation usage data is included for WMS libraries only.
Language Language of titles.
Academic Programs (CIP) 2, 4 and 6 digit CIP (Classification of Instructional Programs) codes are mapped to LC Class ranges. Use this option to look at titles that support specific curriculum offerings at your institution.