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Open Provenance Model Tutorial Session 4: Use cases from data.gov.uk. Outline. Background about data.gov.uk The use cases XML serialization Data transformation on the fly Complex and nested processes. data.gov.uk. Linking UK government data Aims:

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Open provenance model tutorial session 4 use cases from data gov uk

Open Provenance Model TutorialSession 4: Use cases from data.gov.uk


Outline

Outline

  • Background about data.gov.uk

  • The use cases

    • XML serialization

    • Data transformation on the fly

    • Complex and nested processes


Data gov uk

data.gov.uk

  • Linking UK government data

  • Aims:

    • Provide a set of best practices for government agencies

    • Provide the minimum set of tooling and specification to facilitate the publication of data

    • Encourage “responsible” data publishing


Xml rdf

XML -> RDF

XSLT Parameter

Binding

RDF File

input

XSLT Processor

output

XSLT Stylesheet

XSLT Template

Who, when, which version, how


Open provenance model tutorial session 4 use cases from data uk

Downloaded from;

Unzipped from, etc

input

XSLT Processor

output

Made accessible

RDF File

XSLT Parameter

Binding

XSLT Stylesheet

Who, when, which version, how

XSLT Template


On the fly transformation

On-the-fly Transformation

Who, when, which version, how

http://mytransportatio.db/j10

Data transformation wrapper


Complex data creation pipeline

Complex Data Creation Pipeline

GATE Pipeline

GateXMLRegressionTransformation

GateXMLRdfaTransformation

RdfaRdfXmlTransformation

Courtesy of Paul Appleby from TSO (Data Enrichment Service)


Complex data creation pipeline1

Complex Data Creation Pipeline

Document Reset PR

GATE Pipeline

ANNIE English Tokeniser

ANNIE English Splitter

GateXMLRegressionTransformation

ANNIE POS Tagger

Data.gov.uk Morphological Analyzer

Data.gov.uk Flexible Roof Gazetteer

GateXMLRdfaTransformation

Data.gov.uk Generic Gazeteer

GATE Noun Phrase Chunker

RdfaRdfXmlTransformation

Data.gov.uk Generic Transducer

TSO Coreference

Courtesy of Paul Appleby from TSO (Data Enrichment Service)


Open provenance model tutorial session 4 use cases from data uk

Services used by

executions

accessedService

wasTriggeredBy

wasTriggeredBy

Level 1: Provenance

of execution

at higher level

iterationOfProcess

hasParentProcess

followed

Level 0: Provenance

of execution at detailed level

wasGeneratedBy

wasGeneratedBy

wasGeneratedBy

Artifacts

A data collection

wasDerivedFrom


Non digital data objects

Non-digital Data Objects

  • Organizations

    • Organizational structure changes over time

    • Origin organization, resulting Organization

  • Boundary

  • Legislation

An organization ontology: http://www.epimorphics.com/public/vocabulary/org.html


The challenges

The Challenges

  • Data of different representations, of physical forms, of granularity

  • Not tooling support

  • Provenance across different types of systems

    • Identification

    • Different terminologies


The gaps

The Gaps

  • A vocabulary being able to describe provenance of all types of data, from different systems

  • A vocabulary still providing enough terms to describe provenance accurately


Open provenance model tutorial session 4 use cases from data uk

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