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  • 1. Enabling Use of Government Tabular Data in a Geographic Context
    U.S. Federal Geographic Data Committee
    2009 CAP Grant, Category 4
  • 2. FGDC Cap Grant, Category 4
    Easy and productive access to geographic, tabular government data
    Reference location by Address, Code, or Coordinates
    Shared Public Web Service
    Discoverable, Accessible, and Applicable to geographic contexts
  • 3. Project Goals
    Enable more data to be consumable in a geographic context
    Increases in geo-enabled data will cause an increase in demand for geographic applications and education
    Geo-enabled data creates a positive externality for the entire ecosystem of agencies and companies that leverage or provide geospatial technologies
    Mapping should be an option for every data work flow when there is a geographic component available (80-90% of the time)
    Make data available to a variety of workflows (spreadsheet data to GIS and GeoWeb) and provide dynamic loops (GIS data back to spreadsheets and GeoWeb) allow for collaboration and data sharing
  • 4. Proposed Solution
    Deliver a platform to provide easy georeferencing of non-spatial data
    Quality Assurance and Error identification and remediation of contributed datasets
    Catalog and store taxonomy of existing boundary data sources
    Add OGC Catalog Services for the Web (CSW) support
  • 5.
  • 6. CAP Added Capabilities
    GeoCoding Engine for Street Address georeferencing
    GeoJoin Engine for polygonal region georeferencing
    Spatial, hierarchical aggregation
    Federated search and discovery
    OpenSearch and GeoRSS
    OGC Catalog Services for the Web (CSW)
  • 7. GeoCommons Architecture
    Web Services API
    Finder!
    Maker!
    Search
    Core
    Analysis
    Engine
    GeoJoin
    Engine
    File
    Parsers
    GeoCoding Engine
    Data Store
  • 8. GeoCoding Engine
    Modularized Architecture
    US Address Parsing module
    US TIGER/Line Database and importer
    Replaceable components
    Open-Source
    GeoCoding Engine
    Web Service API
    Address String Parser
    Ruby
    Street Database
    SQLite
  • 9. GeoReferencing Engine
    Stored GeoCommons boundary definitions
    Integration with existing georeferencing services
    Join imported data with any GeoCommons dataset
  • 10. GeoReferencing Process
  • 11. Data Sharing
  • 12. Data Attributes
  • 13. Data Description with Metadata Standards
  • Data Sharing with Common, Open Standards
  • Export data for GIS workflows (shapefile)
  • 24. Export data for non-geographic workflows (.csv)
  • 25. Export data to 3D Globes (.kml)
  • 26. Data Findability
  • 27. Geospatial Federated Search Search
  • 28. Geospatial Federated Search Search
  • 29. Candidate Datasets
    FedStats
    Recovery.gov
    Grants.gov
  • 30. Thank you

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