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Rok publikování 2019
Druh Učebnice
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Přírodovědecká fakulta

Popis Improving discoverability of open geo-data and information is vital to increasing the use of these data in- and outside the geospatial expert community. In this document we start to compare existing metadata standards, e.g., Dublin Core, ISO 19115/57/19, and INSPIRE, in the geospatial- and open data context. We also describe related linked open data initiatives such as RDF, SPARQL, and metadata publication initiatives, e.g., and Atom feeds. GeoDCAT is an initiative with the potential to integrate DCAT metadata as they are used in the open data and e-government community with EN ISO 19115/57/19 standards and INSPIRE metadata as they are used in the Geospatial community. GeoDCAT has - because it is based on RDF- the ability to publish metadata directly on the web without open and geospatial data portals. To respond to the interest of different communities to preserve geospatial metadata resources and to support the uptake of GeoDCAT-AP implementations, best practices from different countries were identified and studied. The best practice cases focus on four domains (focus areas): metadata input (manually or automatically harvested), metadata publication into an integrated geo/open data portal, publication of metadata as Linked Open Data (LOD), and information mapping (ISO 19115, INSPIRE, DCAT, etc.). GeoDCAT-AP is a mature solution for mapping metadata from the open data and geospatial domain. GeoDCAT helps to integrate and to publish metadata in data portals and directly on the world wide web. To conclude a GeoDCAT alignment exercise has been done with ISO 19115/19 and INSPIRE to improve the open data and geospatial metadata alignment in the future.

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