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Re: Seeking someone to who is using W3C CSVW

From: Jakub Klímek <jakub@jakubklimek.com>
Date: Tue, 25 May 2021 10:22:13 +0200
Message-ID: <CAEOz=_s4Mur0a6N8agsskMquiR6yBSaqK8XZp+qGDUYZJ6QWXA@mail.gmail.com>
To: Jeff de La Beaujardiere <jeffdlb@ucar.edu>
Cc: public-csvw@w3.org

We are using CSVW in the following contexts:

   1. Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic recommends CSVW as a
   way of adding a schema and RDF mappings to CSV files published as open data
   in the Czech Republic. It publishes code lists in this way (
   2. at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic bachelor students are
   taught to use CSVW for schemas and RDF mappings in the Data Formats course (
   3. CSVW default mapping is used in the LinkedPipes ETL tabular component
   (https://etl.linkedpipes.com/components/t-tabular) and uses in many CSV
   to RDF data transformation pipelines

It is true, however, that proper implementations are missing, with
https://github.com/ruby-rdf/rdf-tabular being the only usable tool for me
at the moment.

Best regards,

Jakub Klímek

On Tue, May 25, 2021 at 10:01 AM Jeff de La Beaujardiere <jeffdlb@ucar.edu>

> Hello-
> My group at the US National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is
> considering using W3C's CSV on the Web recommendation as a means of
> documenting the internal structure of  observational data files
> provided to us in ASCII CSV format. CSVW seems like a good choice, but
> I am concerned that the mailing list seems very quiet and that perhaps
> nobody is using this approach. Do any of you work with, or know of,
> any groups or data centers using CSVW routinely?
> Many thanks,
> Jeff DLB
> J-F de La Beaujardiere, PhD
> Director, NCAR/CISL Information Systems Division
> https://staff.ucar.edu/users/jeffdlb
> https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1001-9210
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