Layered Data: An Example

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Some slides to illustrate the concept of layering together data sources to compose a graph. For background and discussion see:

http://www.ldodds.com/blog/2012/05/layered-data-a-paper-some-commentary/

and

http://ldodds.com/papers/layered-data.html

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Layered Data: An Example

  1. 1. Layered DataComposing datasets fromdifferent types of informationLeigh DoddsMay 2010
  2. 2. Profile ViewHow is the dataset constructed?
  3. 3. INITIAL DATA LAYERS FactualInitial factual sources.E.g. books & authors Factual
  4. 4. NETWORK CONNECTIONSKey relationships between NetworkresourcesE.g. books & their authors Factual Factual
  5. 5. THIRD-PARTYCOMMENTARYUseful context CommentaryE.g. reviews & discussion Network Factual Factual
  6. 6. CONTENT ORGANISATIONClassification of content OrganisationE.g. subject categories Commentary Network Factual Factual
  7. 7. OrganisationFINAL COMPOSITEDATA LAYER CommentaryCreated from 5 different Networkcomponent layers. FactualEach layer is distinct &identifiable. Factual
  8. 8. Top-Down ViewHow does the data mesh together?
  9. 9. Initial Factual Data BookFactual
  10. 10. Initial Factual Data Book AuthorFactualFactual
  11. 11. Network Connections Book AuthorNetworkFactualFactual
  12. 12. Third-Party Commentary Book AuthorCommentary ReviewNetworkFactualFactual
  13. 13. Content Organisation Book AuthorOrganisationCommentary Review CategoryNetwork CategoryFactualFactual Category
  14. 14. Final Composite View Book AuthorOrganisationCommentary Review CategoryNetwork CategoryFactualFactual Category
  15. 15. Book AuthorOrganisationCommentary Review CategoryNetwork CategoryFactualFactual Category

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