NYPL Digital Collections API provides access to portions of the New York Public Library's digitized collections. They are available as machine-readable data records that users can search, crawl, and compute.
The metadata is in a bibliographic schema format developed by the Library of Congress called MODS (Metadata Object Description Schema).
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The New York Public Library Digital Collections Ruby SDK by Tim Waters interacts with the API to access items, uuid, capture, and images methods. Examples demonstrate how to authenticate with API token.
The The New York Public Library Digital Collections Python SDK by Nick Mohoric can access the API with its respective search, capture, mod, and uuid methods. Tests available at https://github.com/nmohoric/nypl-digital-collections/blob/master/tests/tests.py