So as not to create too many individual threads and to keep the noise down, let's use this thread for code and identifier requests.

Current outstanding requests:
ISSN
http://www.biblio.gs/forum/1991-New-Identifier-Field-ISSN
ALA Awards
http://www.biblio.gs/forum/1588-ALA-awards-field

I've added ISSN. I'm not sure I agree that ALA Awards belongs in the Identifying Codes field. I think right now any awards should be listed in Notes.

Thanks for your input.

In this book http://www.biblio.gs/book/4018-100-Obras-Maestras-del-Museo-del-Prado we can see two new identifiers:
NIPO 555-07-028-4 (Id number for offical publishings) http://www.bne.es/es/Inicio/Perfiles/Bibliotecarios/Docs/NIPO_BOE_A_2011_15214.pdf
DL: M-19673-2008 (This one is our famous "Depósito Legal" code, for records, books, etc)

I've added NIPO, DL, ISMN, Series Number, Volume Number and Issue Number to the Identifying Codes field.

Some books use a catalogue number, or reference number:
In this book: http://www.biblio.gs/book/4872-Princesita reference number is "2558-9" printed close to the barcode and also you can check web site:
http://www.editorialsusaeta.com/publishing/venta-libros.php?editorial=Susaeta&ref=S2558009&id=55372
to see "Reference: S2558009"

If these reference numbers don't have a specific name, I would put them under 'Other'. If later you find that they fit in another category, you could edit it.

In this book http://www.biblio.gs/book/11977-America-And-Americans you can see:
- [Bantam Logo] Q3811 $1.25 A Bantam Book, printed on front cover
- Q3811 | 1 | Non-Fiction | $1.25, printed on spine

I added "Q3811" as Other but perhaps it can be match with some of the multiple identifier. IMHO nothing more than a simple cat# but perhaps I'm wrong.

More info: https://openlibrary.org/works/OL15393888W/America_and_Americans

For collections, series, etc there is: ISBN [obra completa] / ISBN [Complete Works]

I don't think that this would be materially different from ISBN.

Printer's Key: http://www.biblio.gs/forum/57182-Degree-of-precision-on-Bibliogs-add-Printers-Key-field

Also I'm subbing a book that has the Finnish Public Libraries Classification System (aka PLC) (Yleisten kirjastojen luokitusjärjestelmä, YKL in Finnish) number. The system is based on Dewey, but it has less digits. Here's the classification: http://ykl.kirjastot.fi/en-GB/paaluokat/

Should this be added separately, or should I just use Dewey?

EAN 2: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EAN_2

USPS

"International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) or USPS number if ISSN not assigned"
Used in periodicals: http://about.usps.com/handbooks/dm204/appa.html

I have a Canadian book in front of me where the codes seem similar - but not quite the same - as the LoC CIP data. The numbers were probably issued by Library and Archives of Canada, so I'm not sure how to enter them.

They are similar to these:
http://thediscoverblog.com/2014/11/25/a-page-in-every-canadian-book-cataloguing-in-publication/

Are there any Canadians who could help with these - and whether any of the existing options in the dropdown could be used?

I seem to have overlooked this thread in my last sweep, so I really apologize for the delay in adding these. I've added Printer's Key, YKL (Finnish), EAN 2, USPS, Library of Congress Cataloguing in Production, and Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Production.

Thanks!

Library of Congress Cataloguing in Production, and Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Production

I'm not sure if these are exact, because that's just the heading for all the data. LoC CIP data usually includes ISBN, Dewey, their classification number and the catalog card/call number. The Canadian codes are similar but not the same.

Ah, okay. I'll remove these. If you can identify another term for the Canadian dewey system, just let me know.

Alright, thanks!

Catalog Number (used in audiobooks at least)

Product code

Age
Some books note the age at which you can read the book
In this case: https://www.biblio.gs/book/87417-Nada-de-Tucanes you can read: "Desde 8 años" (From age 8)

And, as this identifier: DL only appearing in Spain, I'd say better "DL (Spanish)"
DL stands for "Depósito Legal"

DOI: I just encountered one for a book, even though they are used primarily with electronic documents: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_object_identifier

I've added Catalog Number, Product Code, and DOI. For Age, I feel like that's better kept in the Notes section at this point.

Thank you!

BIC or BIC Code, standard classification scheme for the UK book trade and other English language markets
http://editeur.dyndns.org/bic_categories/2549
http://www.bic.org.uk/7/BIC-Standard-Subject-Categories

In this (Spanish language!?) book https://www.biblio.gs/book/96376-El-Principito BIC: YFB
YFB stands for General fiction (Children’s/Teenage)

I've added BIC.

Any chance of changing "EAN 5" and "EAN 2" to "EAN/UPC 5" and "EAN/UPC 2", or add "UPC 5" and "UPC 2" separately?

I haven't seen UPC 2 yet, but I have some books that have separate UPC and EAN codes (both barcode and the extension).

I've added just 'UPC' for now. If we need the another level of specificity in the future, I can edit it.

Well, here's a book that has both a UPC barcode and the extension:
https://www.biblio.gs/book/97033-The-Secret-Art-of-Dr-Seuss

I just updated it, hopefully it looks ok.

Edition Number
This book https://www.biblio.gs/book/3835-El-Camino is 18th Edition so:
Edition Number: 18
or
Edition Number: 18th

That and perhaps Impression number. This edition is the "Eighth Impression": https://www.biblio.gs/book/105730-The-Psycho-Analytic-Study-of-the-Family

If those are added, then should also add "State Number" (or just "State") and "Printing Number" (or just "Printing") as discussed here:
https://www.biblio.gs/forum/46414-Same-edition-different-printing

Could we have a DL for Portugal? Because in this small country we also have a Depósito Legal. Thanks.

I've added 'DL (Portuguese),' 'Edition No.,' and 'Impression No.' Sorry I've missed this thread in the last couple of months.

Impression No.

What is this exactly? I've seen it mostly on European books, and I thought it to be same as as a printing number? Aren't "eighth impression" and "eighth printing" the same thing - or is there some difference?

If we need the another level of specificity in the future, I can edit it.

I'd really like another level of specificity... :)

For example this looks a bit funny at the moment:
https://www.biblio.gs/book/130266-The-Dream-Quest-of-Unknown-Kadath

IMO it would be better if it could be entered something like:
Barcode (UPC): 070999005997
UPC 5: 33779
Barcode (EAN): 9780345337795
EAN 5: 50599

How about "Printing"? Like: Printing: Eighth Printing?

I just noticed it'd already been mentioned. Throwing my support behind it, then. :P

Nederlandstalige Uniforme Rubrieksindeling should be added. Printed in books as e.g. "NUR 301".

More info on previous post:
The number of the code identifies the subject/genre of the book.
There are different versions of the code:


  • UGI: Uniforme Genre Indeling 1970s - 1986 - e.g. UGI 301

  • NUGI: Nederlandse Uniforme Genre Indeling 1986 - 2002 - e.g. NUGI 301

  • NUR: Nederlandstalige Uniforme Rubrieksindeling 2002 - present - e.g. NUR 301

Damn, sorry, wish I could edit posts. Fixed:

  • UGI: Uniforme Genre Indeling 1970s - 1986 - e.g. UGI 301
  • NUGI: Nederlandse Uniforme Genre Indeling 1986 - 2002 - e.g. NUGI 301
  • NUR: Nederlandstalige Uniforme Rubrieksindeling 2002 - present - e.g. NUR 301

EAN-8
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EAN-8

Found in https://www.biblio.gs/book/133549-The-National-Geographic-Collection-The-Art-of-Exploration-Thursday-6-December-2012

Belgian "Wettelijk Depotnummer" (Legal depositnumber).
Legally required for Belgian publications, referring to the Legal Deposit of the Royal Library of Belgium which keeps a copy of every publication.

http://www.kbr.be/nl/wettelijk-depot
https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depotnummer

No links in English, sorry.

+1 Wettelijk Depotnummer (WD?)

Right Society

I've added all of the above. Please let me know if you see anything I missed or any issues.

Nice, thanks! I've gone back and updated to UGI/NUGI/NUR and WD.

One suggestion: I don't know if it's possible atm, but maybe it would be better to only show the abbreviation for UGI/NUGI/NUR on the submission page (not the list in the form), as the full name is rather long.

Thanks you!

Would it be possible to change "Impression No." to "Impression/Printing No."?

@mirva - Yes, I've made this change.

@EzraZebra - As far as I know, that's not technically possible at this point.

I'm finding a book with these "Library and Archives Canada" codes as well, Mirva. For now I'll use 'Other.'

My last contribution https://www.biblio.gs/book/200942-Noa-Max-Y-El-Misterio-De-Las-Zanahorias is branded with the FSC logo http://www.fsc.org/ and a "FSC License Code", in this case: "FSC C051148" this code is related with the printing company.
Could it be possible adding a new identifier:
FSC License Code

eISBN please

also found NLM code, which is National Library of Medicine

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Library_of_Medicine_classification

Price Code

I'm sure other countries probably have this too, but in Finland contemporary paperbacks have a price code (letters from A to J) instead of the actual price.

Part Number

This is at least included on some books that have been included in Blu-ray sets:
https://www.bookogs.com/book/283565-The-Jungle-Book-Storybook-and-CD
https://www.bookogs.com/book/109372-Sleeping-Beauty-Read-Along-Storybook-and-CD

Not a request, but.. lets note the slight bit of mess the current list of identifying codes is in.

Notably, there's "Barcode (EAN)", but then "EAN 2/5/8" are listed without Barcode. Same with "Barcode (UPC)", but also "UPC" listed separately, along with "UPC 5". Prefixing all of those codes with "Barcode" would make the list more structured.

Also suggest to rename the long versions of the NUGI and NUR codes to "NUGI (Dutch)" and "NUR (Dutch)" respectively. The meaning of the acronym can be on the wiki. (Speaking of wiki, I intend to work on the Identifying Codes page this week)

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