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Geospatial One Stop . Modules Two and Three. Module 2 Inventory/Document existing Federal agency framework datasets and publish metadata to clearinghouse Module 3 Inventory/Document planned acquisition data and publish metadata to clearinghouse. Populating Geospatial One-Stop.

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geospatial one stop

Geospatial One Stop

Modules Two and Three

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Module 2

Inventory/Document existing Federal agency framework datasets and publish metadata to clearinghouse

Module 3

Inventory/Document planned acquisition data and publish metadata to clearinghouse

populating geospatial one stop
Populating Geospatial One-Stop
  • Posting metadata to designated Geospatial One-Stop server
  • Use FGDC “smart select” option to select those FGDC registered US clearinghouses that contain Framework metadata
simplifying data discovery through geospatial one stop
Simplifying Data Discovery through Geospatial One-Stop
  • Metadata view options
    • Standard metadata view for metadata savvy
    • Abbreviated metadata gleaned from full metadata in abbreviated or question and answer format.
      • Linked to the full metadata and to the data.
      • XML tagged and formated by style sheet
    • Quick View- “geolibrary” card format
      • Linked to the full metadata and to the data.
      • XML tagged and formated by style sheet
module 2 metadata content
Module 2 Metadata Content
  • Contact Organization
    • Address, City, etc.
    • Telephone, Facsimile
    • E-mail/agency website
  • Data Information
    • Data contact (Citation)
    • Title
    • Abstract & Purpose
    • Publication Date
    • Time Period
    • Progress & Maintenance
    • Bounding coordinates
    • Theme Keywords
    • Place Keywords
    • Access Constraints
    • Use Constraints
    • Scale/Resolution
    • Scope, Scale, Resolution
    • Format
    • On-line linkage (data & metadata)
  • Data Access
    • Fees
    • Contact Information
    • URL
module 2 existing data inventory documentation
Module 2- Existing DataInventory/Documentation
  • Part 1 All existing federal national coverage framework datasets
  • Part 2 All existing federal regional/ local framework datasets
  • Part 3 State and local framework datasets
module 2 existing federal data part 1
Module 2 Existing Federal DataPart 1
  • Inventory existing metadata and post to clearinghouse includes:
    • Keywords: framework, theme name, place names
    • URL (on-line linkage)
    • Full metadata linked from abbreviated record
module 2 existing federal data part 2
Module 2 Existing Federal DataPart 2
  • Create/ Submit metadata for Federal framework datasets with regional coverage
  • Undocumented data may be documented through web interface template
    • All non-compliance FGDC metadata will be stamped with a non-compliance flag.
module 2 inventory document state and local framework data sets part 3
Module 2- Inventory/documentState and local framework data setsPart 3
  • State and local framework metadata posted to a GOS registered clearinghouse, minimal metadata harvested as an index.
  • Harvest state and local metadata from PTI survey or other existing data dictionaries.
module 3 metadata content
Module 3 Metadata Content
  • Contact Organization
    • Address, City, etc.
    • Telephone, Facsimile
    • E-mail/agency website
  • Project Information
    • Project Lead
    • Title
    • Project type
    • Time Period: start/end date
    • Status
      • Proposed, Planned, in-work
    • Bounding coordinates
    • Theme Keywords
    • Place Keywords
    • Scope, Scale, Resolution
    • Format
  • Investment
    • Total projected investment
    • % or $ needed
    • Agency partner
  • Timing
    • Estimated start date
    • Estimated completion date
module 3 planned acquisition data
Module 3- Planned Acquisition Data
  • Federal agencies post planned acquisition data information for capital asset projects
  • On-line “clearinghouse” to manage cross-agency information.
metadata interface module 3 capabilities
Metadata InterfaceModule 3 Capabilities
  • On-line translator
    • Agency interacts with on-line metadata table, creating cross-walk between agency’s project tracking application and Module 3 metadata.
  • Creates metatags/ Creates style sheet
  • Creates searchable database
    • Access records by theme and geography
additional capabilities
Additional Capabilities
  • Metadata “stop and go” capability
  • Subscription service /e-mail notification
    • Metadata updates/changes
  • Customer survey: evaluating benefits derived from GOS Participation
    • Were partners located through GOS
    • Were partners successful leveraging funds
metadata interface non existing metadata and data acquisition

Agency Contact Information

Enter Once

Metadata Interface non-existing metadata and data acquisition

Project Information

Project Lead

Enter X

Enter X

module 2 and 3 host
Module 2 and 3 Host
  • Initially hosted at donated site
    • Host site develops applications
    • Host site provides administration
      • Records administration
      • Data backup
      • Web statistics
      • Transfer to portal
  • Ultimately hosted on portal
metadata access distributed
Metadata AccessDistributed
  • Pro:
    • No administrative responsibilities
      • Staffing
  • Con:
    • Loss of clearinghouse services (down)
    • Access speed
metadata access pre portal
Metadata Access Pre- Portal
  • Pro
    • One metadata server for all framework themes-One-Stop
    • No need for gateway to search multiple clearinghouses for framework datasets
    • Search intervals could be shorter
  • Con
    • Multiple metadata files to update
metadata access portal
Metadata Access Portal
  • Pro
    • Contributor posts metadata only to agency’s clearinghouse – one metadata to update
    • Periodic portal “crawling” / up-to-date metadata
  • Con
    • Metadata for metadata
      • <<metatagged>>
      • Metadata must be tagged to indicate GOS
      • Metadata in html format
scope of agency steward roles metadata contact
Scope of Agency steward rolesMetadata Contact:
  • Inventory framework datasets
  • Document framework data sets
    • Review metadata content
    • Create metadata for undocumented data
      • National coverage
      • Regional coverage
  • Register agency clearinghouse as FGDC clearinghouse node
  • Report completion to module lead
scope of agency steward roles gos theme leads
Scope of agency steward roles:GOS Theme Leads
  • Communicate with agency Planned Acquisition Data reporting requirements
  • Review GOS metadata assets to assure agency’s cooperation.
  • Outreach- communicate agencies benefit in GOS participation.
project needs
Project Needs
  • Framework agency metadata contacts
    • BLM: Bob Ader and Nancy von Meyer
  • Interim Metadata clearinghouse/host
    • Preferably on application developer’s server
    • Provides clearinghouse/data administration services
project needs22
Project Needs
  • On-line application (one interface for 2/3)
    • Importing existing metadata/reports/survey
    • Harvesting metadata for GOS template
    • Parse files
    • Translator/Crosswalk application
    • GOS metadata website
      • Access- small databases
      • SQL/Oracle- large complex databases
      • Stop and Go capability
    • Searchable database
    • Subscription service