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Re: The RDF Data Cube Vocabulary - W3C Working Draft 12 March 2013

From: Dave Reynolds <dave.e.reynolds@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 09 May 2013 14:38:04 +0100
Message-ID: <518BA6BC.7020500@gmail.com>
To: Ulrich <ulrich.atz@theodi.org>
CC: public-gld-comments@w3.org, Jeni Tennison <jeni@theodi.org>
Hi Ulrich,

Thank you again for your comments on the Data Cube Last Call draft.

I just wanted to follow up our discussion to let you know we have made 
the editorial changes we discussed. Details below. The current editor's 
draft is at [1].

Please can you let us know if you are satisfied with this response.

On 08/04/13 17:54, Ulrich wrote:
> Overall: yes the comments are editorial and aimed at helping newcomers
> such myself grasp the concept. All your comments I don't address
> specifically are fine and make sense.


> To ease understanding, the most effective change I suggest is moving the
> part of section 7 without sub-heading forward.

Good suggestion, done.

On 05/04/13 12:13, Ulrich wrote:
 >   * Link to the SDMX User Guide 2.1, especially /2.2 Background/ eases
 >     understanding for newcomers.

DONE Added reference within introductory section on SDMX.

 >   * Make examples earlier.

Added a complete RDF rendering of the running example as an Appendix
and linked that from section (now) 5.4.

 >   * I'd recommend avoiding the term "non-statistical data" as I have
 >     /only/ heard it in the context of official statistics. Or what
 >     exactly makes data statistical? (see e.g. section 5.1)

DONE (removed use of the term)

 >   * The slice example is good, but could do with a shorter sentence.


 >   * Example 5.3 -- /can we have some actual final code in there? /Even
 >     if it anticipates some sections.

Done via the new appendix with a forward reference.

 >   * Example 6.3 I find it hard to see where we define the nested
 >     structure of the data - include reference to example 4 or call it
 >     something more telling than "example".


Best wishes,

[1] https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/gld/raw-file/default/data-cube/index.html
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