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If you're dealing with large CSV files in the Power Query Online editor, you might receive an Internal Error. We suggest you work with a smaller sized CSV file first, apply the steps in the editor, and once you're done, change the path to the bigger CSV file. This method lets you work more efficiently and reduces your chances of encountering a timeout in the online editor. We don't expect you to encounter this error during refresh time, as we allow for a longer timeout duration.
When loading Text/CSV files from a web source and also promoting headers, you might sometimes encounter the following errors: "An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host" or "Received an unexpected EOF or 0 bytes from the transport stream." These errors might be caused by the host employing protective measures and closing a connection which might be temporarily paused, for example, when waiting on another data source connection for a join or append operation. To work around these errors, try adding a Binary.Buffer (recommended) or Table.Buffer call, which will download the file, load it into memory, and immediately close the connection. This should prevent any pause during download and keep the host from forcibly closing the connection before the content is retrieved.
The following are but a small sampling of the authors whose works are included: Erasmus, Shakespeare, King James I, Marlowe, Galileo, Caxton, Chaucer, Malory, Boyle, Newton, Locke, More, Milton, Spenser, Bacon, Donne, Hobbes, Purcell, Behn, and Defoe.
Begun in 2009, Phase II both shrank and expanded the scope of EEBO TCP. Selection became more discriminating and focused more on English-language (and Welsh- and Gaelic-language) texts to the exclusion of French and Latin titles, and also set aside the serials (periodicals) as a fit project for another time. But within the constraints of English-language monographic titles, it aspired to something approaching comprehensive treatment: EEBO Phase II planned to convert each and every unique work in Early English Books Online (usually the first edition), or an estimated total of around 45,000 books on top of the 25,000 completed in Phase I. This was an ambitious, and always risky, goal. As it happened, enough institutions joined Phase II to fund the completion of about 40,000 titles, of which about 35,000 have been released to date, the remainder slowly working their way through the production pipeline.
As of 2020, the total number of books available in Phase II came to 34,963, with a further release of several thousand additional titles tentatively scheduled for later in the year. Short of an infusion of new funding, or the adoption of a new production model, this should bring the active work of the TCP to at least an interim conclusion.
Selection of works to transcribe for EEBO Phase 1 was initially based on named authors mentioned in the New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. Though this tended to bias selection a bit toward canonical, or at least attributed, works, anonymous works may also have been selected at this stage if their titles appeared in the bibliography. The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature was chosen as a guideline because it included foundational works as well as less canonical titles related to a wide variety of fields, not just literary studies. In any case, this initial reliance on the New Cambridge soon gave way to a series of deliberate attempts to cast a wider net, for example by selecting works exemplifying a particular theme (food, drugs, piracy, witchcraft), or fitting a particular format (broadsides, pamphlets, etc.) The intention was to supplement methodical selection with more or less random selection based on arbitrary criteria in order to expand the generic diversity of the corpus. Requests for particular works by faculty at partner institutions were also taken into consideration and, if feasible, placed at the head of the queue. A user willing and able to make a case for a given work almost always prevailed over other considerations.
It is worth pointing out, since the question arose during our discussions of selection policy, that a given work was not passed over for encoding simply because it was available in another electronic collection.
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Response to the COVID-19 pandemic has upended all of our lives and changed the way we work and practice. APIC has worked to rapidly provide infection preventionists with resources to help navigate the many challenges brought by this time.
To provide additional support, the APIC Text has worked with Ericka Kalp and her author team from the Pennsylvania Department of Health and Thomas Jefferson University to develop a COVID-19 chapter to serve as a practice resource. You can read it now here: 74. Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). We have also briefly updated several chapters (see our Recently Updated page) to cover the impacts of COVID-19 in those specific areas.
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One printed edition of the text is The Federalist, edited by Jacob E. Cooke (Middletown, Conn., Wesleyan University Press, 1961). Cooke's introduction provides background information on the printing history of The Federalist; the information provided above comes in part from his work.
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