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Old 10-06-2010, 08:37 PM   #4
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This is probably more long-winded than you had in mind, but if you use the Catalog feature to create your library in CSV format then you could import it into Excel (or similar) and get to those figures with a bit (a lot) of sorting and subtotalling.
Yeah, that's a little bit complex. It would be great if Calibre could do that. It already does, we just need to be able to export that information (directly).
That is calibre exporting that information directly.

Are you looking for some sort of stat sheet or app you can place on a blog?
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