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Interoperable Open Data, which Recipes?
Transcript of Interoperable Open Data, which Recipes?
Sharing Open Data, e.g., allow 3rd parties
to build apps to search/browse/analyse/etc data about artworks
From the kitchen of:
Database or internal data --> Files (CSV, XML, SQL) --> CKAN, or even plain Web Server/CMS --> Count the downloads...
Consume Open Data, e.g., build/use apps to search/browse/analyse/etc data about artworks
From the kitchen of:
Google (+ *.data.gov.*) --> Files --> Have a look (+ cry/scream) --> Pick decent ones --> clean-up (+ cry/scream again) --> convert to your own model/format --> build your app
A different recipe:
Data Access Standards
(resolvable URIs, SPARQL)
Data Access/Analytics Apps
(e.g., mash-ups, charts, searching/browsing)
Data integration, cross ref, etc
(e.g., guidelines, examples, use cases, wikis)
Image sources: http://goo.gl/r23bX9, https://goo.gl/frCsAS, https://goo.gl/CQBAap
Free text, no identifiers
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torturing unsuitable syntax
Is it about persons?
Do you like FOAF?
So, do you confirm/change foaf:givenName, foaf:surname, foaf:birthday, etc?
Map to IDs/resources
Map to vocabulary/ontology
Data Set 1:
Simple CSV File
Data Set 2:
Semi-structured linked CSVs
Highly Structured XMLs
Interoperable Open Data:
(Find this presentation http://tinyurl.com/intod16)
Or maybe yet another approach?
on line (blogs, wikis, etc)
off line (OD/LOD dojos, hackathons, etc)
Pilot projects (ideally, through grants or alike, don't fit well with poor volunteerism)
Start from scratch, not from published data sets
eg, data entry tools
with pre-defined spreadsheets/forms
with stuff like auto-completion of vocabularies/codes/IDs (for instance, see OntoMaton, https://goo.gl/lkXC8L)
auto-derived from schemas/ontologies (eg, ShEx, https://goo.gl/Jlqnft)