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Re: BP Evidence example

From: Phil Archer <phila@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2016 13:55:48 +0000
To: Bernadette Farias Lóscio <bfl@cin.ufpe.br>
Cc: Public DWBP WG <public-dwbp-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <5496c9ee-274a-75da-a87c-87bdf24fa229@w3.org>
Hi Berna,

I've added a couple more reviews to the spreadsheet, from opposite ends 
of the spectrum. One is an effort by one or two activists in an 
off-shore island state (Guernsey) that is commendable in terms of what 
it achieves given its origin; however, it doesn't score well (not 
surprisingly). At the other end is datausa.io which is a highly 
professional aggregate and visualisation site with serious funding. I 
reviewed this one in particular as I thought it would be evidence for 
things that are likely to be missing from simple portals, like 
enrichment. Another one that comes to mind is http://opentrials.net/. 
I'll look at that when I get time (unless someone beats me to it of 
course).

The datausa.io site is not really a place where you'd go to get a 
dataset. It's an 'infomediary' site but it does link back to the 
original sources, most of which are US census datasets. So it scores 
badly on things like metadata (I can't find any) but really well on the 
API stuff.

HTH

Phil.

On 29/10/2016 18:08, Bernadette Farias Lóscio wrote:
> Hi Phil,
>
> Thanks a lot for your contribution!
>
> I created and shared a spreadsheet with you on drive [1]. You can use this
> to collect all your evidences and later on i'm gonna include them in the
> implementation report. I already included the evidence from CIARD Ring in
> your spreadsheet.
>
> Please, let me know if that is ok with you.
>
> Cheers,
> Berna
>
> [1]
> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wKfwLhT1DCyuDtf_oY6HwB3mzf_4P5LrxmasLWxIa-o/edit?usp=sharing
>
>
>
>
> 2016-10-28 12:45 GMT-03:00 Phil Archer <phila@w3.org>:
>
>> Dear all,
>>
>> Following today's call, I wanted to have another go at reviewing a dataset
>> for evidence gathering for the BPs. I looked at a dataset on the CIARD Ring
>> site which is run by a group allied to the FAO. Specifically, I looked at
>>
>> http://ring.ciard.net/chinese-crop-germplasm-information-system-cgris
>>
>> My results are below
>>
>> I need to write to the folks who run the portal (I know one of them at
>> least) and ask some questions related to some of the later BPs but there's
>> some usable data here I hope.
>>
>> I also wanted to know how long this would take me as I need to follow up
>> on my action-297 and write to folks to ask them to do the same. This took
>> me about half an hour. I imagine if I knew the dataset better I could have
>> done it more quickly, but then I know the BPs pretty well s I don't need to
>> consider that content in detail. My guess is that it would be hard for a
>> dataset owner/portal manager to do this is less than half an hour (and it
>> could easily take an hour).
>>
>> CIARD Ring is a *very* good data portal (the best I know of anywhere) with
>> tons of metadata but even on this portal there are gaps in the metadata.
>>
>> I'll provide some more examples in the coming week. I can't currently edit
>> the Google doc which is one reason for sending the info in this mail.
>>
>> HTH
>>
>> Phil
>>
>> 1.  Pass
>> 2.  Pass
>> 3.  Pass
>> 4.  Partial. No machine readable licence, user has to follow a link for
>> more info when you find actually it's all rights reserved.
>> 5.  Pass - publisher with good level of human readable info, although no
>> PROV data as such.
>> 6.  Fail
>> 7.  Partial
>> 8.  Fail
>> 9.  Pass
>> 10. Pass
>> 11. Fail
>> 12. Pass
>> 13. Data is behind firewall but seems very likely pass.
>> 14. Fail (only RDF is provided)
>> 15. Pass
>> 16. Pass - this is a reference dataset
>> 17. Partial - you could download with SELECT *
>> 18. Partial - you could download a subset with a query
>> 19. Pass (Web page has embedded RDFa)
>> 20. N/A
>> 21. Pass
>> 22. N/A
>> 23. Pass
>> 24. Pass
>> 25. Pass
>> 26. Pass
>> 27. N/A
>> 28. N/A
>> 29. Pass
>> 30. Fail
>> 31. N/A
>> 32. Fail
>> 33. Need to ask
>> 34. Need to ask
>> 35. Pass
>>
>>
>
>

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Phil Archer
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