agINFRA A data infrastructure for agriculture Open Stakeholder Day - Budapest FAO / GFAR services. 4th agINFRA Project Meeting 27th - 29th of October, 2013 Budapest, Hungary. <Name of the presenter> <Affiliation>. AGROVOC thesaurus.
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agINFRAA data infrastructure for agricultureOpen Stakeholder Day - BudapestFAO / GFAR services
4th agINFRA Project Meeting
27th - 29th of October, 2013
<Name of the presenter>
AGROVOC has been published as Linked Dataand mapped to other vocabulariesand it is also available for download in various formats and through web services.
Queries and aggregates in real time
aggregates information from different web sources to expand the AGRIS knowledge base bringing in as much data as possible around a bibliographical record
Bibiliographic record metadata
OpenAgris is a web application that aggregates information from different web sources to expand the AGRIS knowledge base bringing in as much data as possible around a bibliographical record.
AGRIS bibliographic record
Standard bibliographic metadata > RDF classes and properties
Queries on databases and RDF stores using AGRIS metadata
Additional information aggregated around the record
AGRIS bibliographic metadata
AGRIS Journals RDF store
FAO Country Profiles
WorldBank indicators by country
Info on topic
Info on species
Info on author
Info on journal
Specific indicators on country
Info on country
The CIARD RING is a global registry of information sources and services in agriculture (search engines, databases, repositories, Open Archives, feeds…)described in details and categorized according to - content criteria (subject area, quantity, type of resources...) - technical criteria that are relevant to their interoperability (metadata standards adopted, vocabularies used, protocols implemented)
>> Now: a web-based tool for service managers <<
RING data exposed as RDF and/or web services and made remotely queryable (done)
Information collected in the RING readable and processable by machines
Advanced services (harvesters, aggregators) can query the RING and automatically connect to the endpoints of sources that have the required thematic coverage and use the required standards, protocols, vocabularies etc.
The RING can become a registry of “service endpoints”to be queried by other systems
As of May 2013
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