Linked open data example uk spending

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Linked open data example uk spending

  1. 1. One example Spending Data in UK From the Linking Open Data cloud A Payment from Lichfield District Council, one local authority in the UK. Globally identified by a URI http://spending.lichfielddc.gov.uk/spend/8605670 Linked Data Introduction (Extras) Linked Spending Data –1 How and Why Bother Kerstin Forsberg CDISC Interchange Europe 2011 eHR and the World Beyond
  2. 2. Two things to rememberRDF Triples Resource Description subject predicat object Framework Example from a text book The sky has the color blue Example from the Spending data example in UK Payment number 8605670 Net Amount 120.00 Payment number 8605670 Type Expenditure Line Payment number 8605670 Payer Lichfield District Council Lichfield District Council Type Local Authority Triples for the standards that provides the semantics The property Net Amount comment “The net amount of the payment. This is the effective cost to the payer after any reclaimable tax has been deducted.” The class Expenditure Line subclass of Observation in a multi-dimensional Linked Data Introduction (Extras) data cube for statistics2
  3. 3. Two things to rememberGlobal Identifiers Uniform Resource Identifier URI Examples of Identifiers for “things” in Spending data example http://spending.lichfielddc.gov.uk/spend/8605670 http://statistics.data.gov.uk/id/local-authority/41UD Examples of Identifiers for “types of things” / “standards for things” http://statistics.data.gov.uk/def/administrative-geography/LocalAuthority http://reference.data.gov.uk/def/payment#ExpenditureLine http://reference.data.gov.uk/def/payment#netAmount http://purl.org/linked-data/cube#Observation Linked Data Introduction (Extras)3
  4. 4. One example – “under the hood” Live view using the Web Data Inspector 2 of 10 RDF Triples Linked Data Introduction (Extras)4 Kerstin Forsberg CDISC Interchange Europe 2011 eHR and the World Beyond
  5. 5. One example – with a top-down approach to standardization of the semantics The Payment Ontology Live view using the Web Data Inspector Linked Data Introduction (Extras)5 Kerstin Forsberg CDISC Interchange Europe 2011 eHR and the World Beyond
  6. 6. UK government: Top-down approach to standardization for Spending Data Statistical Data perspective Linked Data Cube Vocabulary Presentation: Statistical Data in RDF The RDF Data Cube vocabulary Payment Ontology Guide to the Payments Ontology Linked Data Introduction (Extras)6 Kerstin Forsberg CDISC Interchange Europe 2011 eHR and the World Beyond

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