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Publishing Clearinghouse resources to geodata.gov. Doug Nebert FGDC Secretariat Geospatial One-Stop Team September 17, 2004. NSDI: a Foundation for GOS. Geospatial One-Stop (GOS) implements the principles of the NSDI spelled out in Executive Order 12906 (recently revised)

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Publishing Clearinghouse resources to geodata.gov

Doug Nebert

FGDC Secretariat

Geospatial One-Stop Team

September 17, 2004


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NSDI: a Foundation for GOS

  • Geospatial One-Stop (GOS) implements the principles of the NSDI spelled out in Executive Order 12906 (recently revised)

  • GOS builds on the resources already available in the NSDI – FGDC and endorsed external Framework Standards, NSDI Clearinghouse Network

  • Operated as project coordinated through FGDC Secretariat with many agency partners


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Geodata.gov and the NSDI Clearinghouse

  • Over 150 collections of metadata exist within searchable NSDI Clearinghouse Nodes in the US

  • All FGDC metadata records are searchable by fields and full-text through six replicated search gateways

  • Additional non-Z39.50 metadata collections exist that should be part of the NSDI via geodata.gov


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Some operational features

  • geodata.gov will speed and simplify search and browse of metadata as a replacement for the domestic NSDI Gateways

  • Metadata are harvested from remote collections into a single metadata ‘cache’ to speed search and ranking

  • Browsing for geospatial data is made possible through common ISO Categories


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Portal at geodata.gov

  • OGC Web Map Services (WMS) and ArcIMS ‘image’ services supported in viewer where links provided in metadata (Online_Linkage)

  • Data, map services, static maps, and applications are among the resource types indexed

  • Channels (thematic communities) post selected browseable content


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How do I publish?

  • Before you can publish metadata in geodata.gov, you need to register as a publisher

  • After your registration is completed, you will have username and password to access the portal as a publisher


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1. Start registration: Login

2. Register online


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4. Receive e-mail and confirm registration

3. Complete user account information

5. Read and accept publisher agreement


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6. Complete publisher registration

Publisher main menu


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Current Publication Options

  • Users may contribute metadata one of three ways:

    • Enter FGDC metadata into a form at geodata.gov and they are stored and indexed there

    • Upload metadata as FGDC XML to the geodata.gov site

    • Register their existing metadata collection to be harvested into the GOS metadata repository


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metadata

metadata

metadata

metadata

form

entry

XML

upload

search

map services

data

data

metadata

cache

geodata.gov

map viewer

data

data


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Data Entry Form

If you do not have any FGDC metadata and anticipate only a few records to be published to geodata.gov you can use an online entry form to collect abbreviated FGDC metadata that will be hosted at geodata.gov


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Upload XML Metadata

If you have access to a metadata editor such as ArcCatalog but do not have a Z39.50 server or ArcIMS Metadata Server you can upload a small set of FGDC metadata to geodata.gov


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Register metadata site(s) to be harvested (must use Internet Explorer 6+)


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Help files


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Metadata Validation

Derived values,

for example resource type (Live Map, Downloadable Data…)

Valid values for minimum FGDC:

<onlink>http://mywebsite.org/index.html</onlink>

In your FGDC Online_Linkage field:

For a OGC Web Map Server, enter: http://myserver/ms?VERSION=1.1.0&REQUEST=getmap&LAYERS=roads

For an OGC Web Feature Service, enter:

http://myserver/fserv?VERSION=1.0.0&SERVICE=WFS&REQUEST=getCapabilities

For an ArcIMS image service, enter:

http://myserver/image/mymap

For an ArcIMS feature service, enter:

https://myserver/feature/myfeaturemap


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Harvesting Option

  • If you have or would like to maintain a collection of metadata at your site and can let geodata.gov know its location, geodata.gov can ‘harvest’ or fetch new and updated metadata to make it searchable

  • You can describe any type of resource (planned data activity, existing data, a map service, an application, etc.) using your published set of metadata


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Harvesting options

  • A provider wanting to have content harvested into in geodata.gov can register:

    • Z39.50 “GEO” Metadata server (NSDI Clearinghouse Node)

    • ArcIMS Metadata Server

    • OAI-PMH (Open Archives Initiative, Protocol for Metadata Harvest)

    • Web Accessible Folder


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Harvesting capabilities

  • Harvesting is a scheduled retrieval of metadata from a remote collection, such as an existing Clearinghouse Node

  • The harvester detects new content and brings it into a metadata ‘cache’ at geodata.gov for inclusion in search

  • Scheduling can be established in the registration profile of each provider


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If you have a Z39.50 Clearinghouse Node

  • If your metadata collection is served on Z39.50 (such as Isite), you need to implement the newest version of Isite (2.10)

  • Update version for Isite is available at:

    • ftp://ftp.awcubed.com/pub/Software/Isite2/

  • Other brands of Z39.50 software (Compusult, Intergraph, ESRI, Blue Angel) will be implementing the new features for harvest in coming months


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Web Accessible Folder

  • Simplest option for publishing moderate numbers of metadata records (<1000) from an organization

  • Create browse-enabled web directory (directory listing view, no default.htm or index.html file present) with FGDC XML and optionally HTML records present

  • Register organization and WAF location with geodata.gov

  • Initial harvest pulls all content, subsequent harvests pull only changed content based on file time-stamps


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Inclusion Strategy

  • FGDC Staff has been working on an outreach and ‘inclusion’ schedule to get all domestic Clearinghouses (Z39.50 and otherwise) from State/Local, Federal, and Commercial sources

  • Encourage partnerships and community networking to include as many resources as possible


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Summary Steps

  • If you have FGDC metadata, get it in XML form and register as a publisher

  • Evaluate a crosswalk of your theme keyword values with ISO Categories

  • Insert map service and/or download URLs in your Online_Linkage fields – you may have multiple onlinks!

  • Consider an upgrade of software or change of protocol to be more efficient in your services

  • Depending on your site: register to be harvested, use form to enter individual records, or upload multiple XML files

  • View and test your resources once the registration and publishing is processed using the geodata.gov viewer


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Metadata harvest counselors

  • Federal Providers

    • Sharon Shin, [email protected]

    • Sharon Maccini, [email protected]

  • Western States

    • Doug Nebert, [email protected]

  • Intermountain/Great Plains, Northeast States

    • Matt Orstad, [email protected]

  • Gulf/Southern States

    • Lynda Wayne, [email protected]

  • Midwest, Carolinas, Mid-Atlantic States

    • Melissa Wegner, [email protected]


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