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North American Profile: Partnership across borders. Sharon Shin, Metadata Coordinator, Federal Geographic Data Committee Raphael Sussman; Manager, Lands Information Ontario. What is the NAP. Community profile of ISO 19115 Geospatial Information – Metadata

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north american profile partnership across borders

North American Profile: Partnership across borders.

Sharon Shin, Metadata Coordinator,

Federal Geographic Data Committee

Raphael Sussman; Manager,

Lands Information Ontario

what is the nap
What is the NAP
  • Community profile of ISO 19115 Geospatial Information – Metadata
  • Addresses metadata for geographic products.
  • Negotiated content between the ANSI and CGSB representatives.
  • Format: Profile with “best practices” and simplified diagrams for training, UML in annex
net benefits of metadata
Net Benefits of Metadata
  • For data distributors: Metadata makes data sharing:
    • easier,
    • less risky, and
    • cheaper
  • For all enterprises: Metadata reduces the cost of losing information about spatial data assets, thereby
    • increasing the usability of those assets over time.
    • Sustaining and value of the assets
interoperability issues service metadata
Interoperability Issues(Service Metadata)
  • Portals, using Internet, Intranet, and Extranet
    • displays and/or integrates data normally intended for use with specific, disparate applications without those applications
    • uses data from multiple sources without clearly defining quality or source of individual features
interoperability issues
Interoperability Issues
  • Web Services
    • Discovery of Services (including data services) by computers rather than by people
    • Simultaneous incorporation of live data from many sources (eg Web Map Services) originally created or stored in different formats, models, or quality
slide6

What’s similar/new with NAP Metadata

  • Content
    • CSDGM similar and new elements
    • Domains and conditionality
    • Essential, as opposed to core, metadata
  • Format
    • UML / XML
    • Multi-level metadata-
      • Feature to Dataset Series or Service
major classes
Metadata Entity Set Information

Identification Information

Constraints

Data Quality Information

Maintenance Information

Spatial Representation Information

Reference System Information

Content Information

Portrayal Catalogue Information- new

Distribution Information

Application Schema Information - new

Major Classes
iso metadata csdgm similar content
ISO Metadata / CSDGM Similar Content
  • Conditionality
  • Same

Abstract

Metadata Standard Name

  • New terminology and definitions

CSDGM = Originator

ISO = Responsible Party - Role

nap essential metadata
NAP: Essential Metadata
  • Requires reviewing the entire standard to determine what is minimal metadata for each user.
  • Metadata Record Information – 7 mandatory
  • Identification Information- 3 mandatory

All optional shown with the number of mandatory attributes/subclasses:

    • Data Quality 1
    • Maintenance Info 1
    • Descriptive Keywords 1
    • Resource Constraints 0 +1
    • Aggregate Info 1
  • Spatial Representation Info

4 + 7

  • Reference System Info 1
  • Content Info 2 or 3 + 2
  • Distribution Info 2 +1
formats
Formats

Attribute Instance

actual % water salinity

Attribute Type

salinity

Feature Type

marsh

Dataset

Paducah wetlands

Data Series wetlands

lands information ontario agreement
Lands Information Ontario Agreement
  • FGDC, FGDC Metadata Working Group, Land Information Ontario FGDC
  • Update materials, beginning May 1, 2008 and continuing to November 2009
slide13
LIO
  • March 12, 2009 –
    • 3 hr Webinar
    • ~ 500 registants
  • 3 – 5 yr Marketing plan to implement NAP
nap training modules http www fgdc gov training training materials
NAP Training Moduleshttp://www.fgdc.gov/training/training-materials
tools
Tools
  • FGDC sponsored ISO metadata editor review.
    • URL:http://www.fgdc.gov/participation/working-groups-subcommittees/mwg/
  • ISO/NAP Validation tool
  • CSDGM to ISO 19115 Conversion tool
contacts
Contacts
the foundation regional national organizational profiles

ISO19115:2003

Geographic Information - Metadata

State Profile

Navigation Profile

ANZLIC Profile

European Profile

NATO Profile

North American Profile

EO Profile

Perfil Latinoamericano de Metadata

The FoundationRegional, national, & organizational profiles
what is iso 19115 geospatial information metadata
What is ISO 19115 Geospatial Information - Metadata
  • Provides a schema for describing geographic data and services.
  • Applies to multiple levels of geographic information.
  • Defines a core set of metadata required to serve the full range of applications.
  • Allows for multilingual metadata
  • Establishes:
    • terminology
    • definitions
    • conditionality
slide23

North

American

Profile of

ISO 19115

Metadata

North

American

Profile of

ISO 19115

Metadata

Co-located Meetings

Parallel Development

MOU between Canada and the USA

nap essential metadata1
NAP: Essential Metadata
  • Requires reviewing the entire standard to determine what is minimal metadata for each user.
  • Metadata Record Information – 7 mandatory
  • Identification Information- 3 mandatory

All optional with the number of mandatory attributes/subclasses:

    • Data Quality 1
    • Maintenance Info 1
    • Descriptive Keywords 1
    • Resource Constraints 0 +1
    • Aggregate Info 1
  • Spatial Representation Info
  • 4 + 7
  • Reference System Info 1
  • Content Info 2 or 3 + 2
  • Distribution Info 2 +1
iso metadata content domains and conditionality
ISO Metadata: Content- Domains and Conditionality
  • Fewer mandatory elements
  • Fixed domains and code lists in place of free text to control vocabulary and improve discovery
  • More optional elements
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