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KADME was chosen to present ArcticWeb to a select group of politicians, EU-decision-makers, web standards gurus and open data advocates. ArcticWeb aims to simplify access to public data by making ...

KADME was chosen to present ArcticWeb to a select group of politicians, EU-decision-makers, web standards gurus and open data advocates. ArcticWeb aims to simplify access to public data by making terms searchable from multiple sources at once. It is also an example of creating artificial interoperability between government resources. Please view the slides for more information on the project and using psi data in Norway.

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    KADME Presents ArcticWeb at Share-PSI.EU Workshop KADME Presents ArcticWeb at Share-PSI.EU Workshop Presentation Transcript

    • ArcticWeb Erin Lynch KADME Knowledge and Data Management ExpertiseThursday, June 9, 2011
    • ArcticWeb: Geoportal to public information • ArcticWeb aims to simplify access to public data by making terms searchable from multiple sources at once. • Multi-field data exchange: Integrate multiple public data sources published without standards, in multiple languages, on a map and in a table. Our Whereoil technology extracts and makes sense of information published by energy websites, in shared repositories, internal file systems and project databases.Thursday, June 9, 2011
    • PSI in Norway • Resources are not exposed • Data found in various formats, inconsistently, among various data owners • Access to all levels of public data is political, not technical.Thursday, June 9, 2011
    • Approach • Crawlers (scrapers) continuously harvest predefined information • Data scraped from Excel, CSV, HTML, RSS, PDF and other web services • Stored data in metastore and geostore ArcticWeb Search Engine GeodataThursday, June 9, 2011
    • ArcticWeb Search Engine RSS Feeds Web Services PDF Databases Web Non-Standard Protocols HTML PagesThursday, June 9, 2011
    • Interoperability • Data aggregation: There is no interoperability across the key data owners. • Interoperability created by caching data in a common frameworkThursday, June 9, 2011
    • Public Data via Search or by Geographical Location Data is correlated and overlapping. Selected areas highlighted on left, viewable on map. This is an example of a search-based integration of a wide-range of data sources in different standards, correlated via search terms and geographical locations. We used Whereoil to remove the need for data providers to accept standard data formats and publish standard web services. This system is applicable to other industries and datasets.Thursday, June 9, 2011
    • Findings • Populate the metadata! • Standards • Give Data Owners clear mandate to make data more easily availableThursday, June 9, 2011
    • Thanks! www.kadme.com Contact: erin@kadme.com @KadmeAS @ArcticWebdotcomThursday, June 9, 2011