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Statistical Data and Metadata eXchange (SDMX)MetadataOntology
SDMX
| Version: 2.1
SDMX is an ISO standard designed to describe statistical data and metadata, normalise their exchange, and improve their efficient sharing across statistical and similar organisations. It provides an integrated approach to facilitating statistical data and metadata exchange, enabling interoperable implementations within and between systems concerned with the exchange, reporting and dissemination of statistical data and their related meta-information. SDMX documentation consists of technical standards (including the Information Model), statistical guidelines, and an IT architecture
Details
  • License: Free License
  • About the Publisher: SDMX is sponsored by seven international organisations including the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the European Central Bank (ECB), Eurostat (Statistical Office of the European Union), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the United Nations Statistical Division (UNSD), and the World Bank. These organisations are the main players at world and regional levels in the collection of official statistics in a large variety of domains (agriculture statistics, economic and financial statistics, social statistics, environment statistics etc.).
  • Updated by Publisher: 4/1/2011
  • Level of Use: Many implementations of SDMX worldwide by national and international statistical organizations
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This standard can be used to share metadata universally.
  • Stakeholder Participation: SDMX is a collaboration of seven international organizations
  • Consensus-based Governance: No information
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: SDMX message formats have two basic expressions, SDMX-ML (using XML syntax) and SDMX-EDI (using EDIFACT syntax and based on the GESMES/TS statistical message).
  • Human Readable: No information
  • Requires Real-Time Data: Some datasets require up-to-date data to increase the timeliness of statistics collection, exchange, and dissemination
  • Metadata: All metadata is fully described in the SDMX information model to make the data meaningul and process them. Metadata is a priority of SDMX
Added to directory: 7/21/2017
Spanish Postal AddressesGeospatialOntologyAddress Points
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.2
Vocabulario para la representación de direcciones postales en España is an ontology for describing address locations in Spain.
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 4/28/2014
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names that are not inherited are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: Contributors are not specified
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Extends schema.org vcard ontology
Added to directory: 8/29/2017
Public TransportTransportationOntology
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de medios de transporte públicos is an ontology for describing transportation infrastructure such as bus stops, metro lines, and ferry terminals
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 6/25/2014
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names that are not inherited from NAPTAN (English) are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: The contributors to this vocabulary includes members of Spanish city councils and the Madrid transportation authority
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation. This vocabulary extends NAPTAN's ontology
Added to directory: 8/29/2017
General TransportationTransportationOntology
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de medios de transporte is an ontology for describing transportation infrastructure as well as political entities such as villages and other administrative areas
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 5/8/2014
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names that are not inherited from NAPTAN (English) are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: The contributors to this vocabulary includes Madrid transportation authority officials
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation. This vocabulary makes extensive use of NAPTAN's transportation vocabulary
Added to directory: 8/29/2017
Traffic DataTransportationOntologyTraffic
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de datos sobre tráfico is an ontology for describing traffic data and traffic measurement infrastructure. Should be used in conjunction with VPDA - Streets
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 6/21/2015
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: Contributors are not specified
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation. This vocabulary should be used in conjunction with VPDA - Streets
Added to directory: 8/29/2017
StreetsGeospatialOntology
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.3
Vocabulario para la representación de un callejero is an ontology for describing municipal streets in Spain. It is being developed in conjunction with VPDA - Spanish Postal Addresses and VPDA - Spanish Administrative Land Units
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 4/28/2014
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names that are not inherited are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: The contributors to this vocabulary includes members of Spanish city councils
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Extends geoSPARQL, DCMI, GeoNames, and schema.org ontologies
Added to directory: 8/29/2017
AccommodationsServicesOntologyCommercial
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de alojamientos is an ontology for representing lodging information in Spain (hotels, hostels, etc). This vocabulary should be used in conjunction with VPDA - Spanish Postal Addresses and VPDA - Spanish Administrative Land Units
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 3/6/2015
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: The contributors to this vocabulary includes a member of Zaragoza city council as well as a member of Localidata, a Spanish start-up specializing in open data
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation. This vocabulary extends schema.org, GeoNames, FuncacionCTIC, and VPDA - Tourist Sites ontologies
Added to directory: 8/30/2017
Tourist SitesServicesOntology
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de lugares, zonas e itinerarios de interés turístico is an ontology for representing tourist attractions and accessibility. This includes classes such as access mode, type of institution, and maintenance cost
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 3/13/2015
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: The contributors to this vocabulary include members of both state and city governments, and officials from the Ministry of Industry, Energy, and Tourism
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation. This vocabulary extends schema.org, GeoNames and FuncacionCTIC ontologies
Added to directory: 8/30/2017
Commerical ZonesServicesOntologyCommercial
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de locales y zonas comerciales is an ontology for describing local businesses, shopping areas, and their accessibility
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 6/25/2014
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: The contributors to this vocabulary include members of both state and city governments, officials from the Ministry of Industry, Energy, and Tourism, and a member of Localidata, a Spanish start-up specializing in open data
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Extends schema.org and GeoNames ontologies.
Added to directory: 8/30/2017
Spanish Administrative Land UnitsGeospatialOntology
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.5
Vocabulario para la representación de unidades territoriales en España is an ontology for describing the types of territories that are found in Spain. This includes counties, municipal districts, and census tracts. All classes are related to pre-defined classes from extended vocabularies
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 5/3/2014
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names that are not inherited are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: The contributors to this vocabulary includes members of Spanish city councils
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Extends geoSPARQL, GeoNames, and schema.org ontologies. Also extends the Modelo de direcciones de la Administración General del Estado v.2
Added to directory: 8/29/2017
Cultural EventsServicesOntologyCommercial
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de eventos de una agenda cultural is an ontology for describing local touristic or commercial events. It is cross-referenced with standard Event vocabulary
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 3/6/2015
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: The contributors to this vocabulary include members of both state and city governments, and officials from the Ministry of Industry, Energy, and Tourism
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation. Extends VPDA - Urban Structures ontology. A flowchart in the documentation shows the relationships with schema.org classes
Added to directory: 8/30/2017
Air QualityEnvironmentOntologyAir
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Calidad del aire is an ontology for describing air quality in a city. Classes include carbon monoxide, wind direction, ozone, and temperature
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 2/25/2016
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain in accordance with the Spanish Law of Noise. Classes are cross-referenced bilingually
  • Stakeholder Participation: Contributors besides Oscar Corcho (OEG) are not specified
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: Although no OWL schema is provided, this vocabulary is cross-referenced with existing ontologies according to its documentation
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation
Added to directory: 8/30/2017
Noise PollutionEnvironmentOntologyAir
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: No information
Contaminacion acustica is an ontology for describing the data obtained by acoustic sensors in cities in Spain. Classes also include derivative values of measurements such as average noise level
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 7/6/2017
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: Contributors are all from the OEG
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: There are three formats for downloading serialized schema: N Triples, RDF/XML, and TTL
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation. A detailed flowchart describes relationships between local and inherited classes
Added to directory: 8/30/2017
Local BudgetFinanceOntologyAnnual Budget
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de datos sobre presupuestos de entidades locales specifies vocabulary for local budget data in Spain. Content of the standard includes both government income and expenses
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 1/31/2015
  • Level of Use: Vocabulary is limited to budget data for localities in Spain
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: The contributors to this vocabulary include members of Spanish city councils
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of the budget vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: Includes a date input named quarter, but up to date publication is not required
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation
Added to directory: 8/29/2017
SubsidiesFinanceOntologyPhilanthropy
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de subvenciones is an ontology for describing subsidies granted by municipalities. It extends VPDA - Local Budget and uses common ontologies such as Event and Place
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 3/20/2015
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: Contributors besides Oscar Corcho (OEG) are not specified
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of the budget vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: An OWL schema is provided
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation. A detailed flowchart describes relationships between local classes and xsd, skos, and VPDA - Local Budget classes
Added to directory: 8/30/2017
Local Legislative ProceduresLegislatureOntology
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de procedimientos administrativos ofrecidos por un ayuntamiento is an ontology for describing procedures, documents, and regulations published by local Spanish governments
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 10/7/2016
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain. Data class and property names are in Spanish, and likely use terminology specific to Spanish government
  • Stakeholder Participation: Authors include a member of the Zaragoza City Council and two members of OEG
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: There are three formats for downloading serialized schema: N Triples, RDF/XML, and TTL
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation. This vocabulary extends GeoNames, schema.org, and other OEG public sector ontologies
Added to directory: 8/30/2017
Urban StructuresPublic FacilitiesOntology
The Ontology Engineering Group
| Version: 0.1
Vocabulario para la representación de equipamientos is an ontology for describing public infrastructure such as parking facilities and their accessibility
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: The Ontology Engineering Group is based at the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. It is widely recognised in Europe in the areas of Ontology Engineering, Semantic Infrastructure, Linked Data, and Data Integration. Oscar Corcho has collaborated with members of Spanish city councils and other Spanish organizations to draft vocabularies for linked open data
  • Updated by Publisher: 6/25/2015
  • Level of Use: No information
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: This vocabulary is intended to be used by municipalities across Spain, but could be transferable. Data class and property names that are not inherited are in Spanish
  • Stakeholder Participation: The contributors to this vocabulary includes members of Spanish city councils as well as a member of Localidata, a Spanish start-up specializing in open data
  • Consensus-based Governance: No way for the public and interested parties to contribute to the development of vocabularies
  • Extensions: No information
  • Machine Readable: Although no OWL schema is provided, this vocabulary is cross-referenced with existing ontologies according to its documentation
  • Human Readable: An HTML documentation page makes the ontology schema human-readable
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Namespaces used are declared in section 1.1 of the documentation. This vocabulary extends schema.org, GeoNames, and other OEG Ontologies
Added to directory: 8/30/2017
PopoloLegislatureOntology
James McKinney
| Version: No information
Ontology for government votes, actions, and structures. The scope of this standard includes persons, organizations, membership (to a party), government posts, legislative motions, speeches and more. The standard was designed as a simple and transferable vocabulary for sharing international government open data
Details
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
  • About the Publisher: James McKinney has contributed to and authored many open data standards. He is prominent in the field of open government data
  • Updated by Publisher: 5/27/2017
  • Level of Use: Users include Granicus, mySociety, OpenNorth, Poplus.org, Open Civic Data, and Sunlight Foundation
  • Open License: Yes
  • Transferable to other Jurisdictions: Popolo supports the development of reusable open source components that implement the specifications, making it easier for civic developers to create civic software. Popolo also supports multilingual response with a header specifying languages
  • Stakeholder Participation: James McKinney is the only named author of Popolo
  • Consensus-based Governance: The standard's specification is improved through a consensus process in line with IETF definition
  • Extensions: Allows for use of terms outside the specification only where the specification's terms are insufficient
  • Machine Readable: JSON output documents must validate against provided JSON or JSON-LD schema
  • Human Readable: Different options for serialization, including JSON and XML, have readable attribute names
  • Requires Real-Time Data: No information
  • Metadata: Metadata headers required in RDF or JSON-LD document. Reuses DCMI metadata terms, as well as ontologies from W3C, IETF, ISA, GeoNames, OSCA, Bibliographic Framerwork Initiative, and Open Data Institute
Added to directory: 11/22/2017