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Re: [Agldwg-all] Comments sought on The Profiles Vocabulary, W3C WG Note

From: Armin Haller <armin.haller@anu.edu.au>
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2020 02:14:12 +0000
To: Bernadette Hyland-Wood <b.hylandwood@uq.net.au>, "Thomson, Joshua" <Joshua.Thomson@act.gov.au>, Nicholas Car <nicholas.car@surroundaustralia.com>, "Agldwg-all@lists.csiro.au" <Agldwg-all@lists.csiro.au>
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Hi,

The University of California at Santa Barbara is building a COVID-19 Knowledge Graph. It is beta, and adhoc, but it shows somehow what is possible with Linked Data. Maybe we should consider building something similar for the Australian Government. We do have resources at ANU to do so, if there is interest.

This KG can be visualized at:
http://covid.geog.ucsb.edu:7200/graphs-visualizations?config=48691118befc47e4a6a6aabde78cd73d


Example query:
http://covid.geog.ucsb.edu:7200/sparql?savedQueryName=Max%20Confirmed%20Cases&owner=admin&execute


Query endpoint: http://covid.geog.ucsb.edu:7200/sparql and
http://covid.geog.ucsb.edu:7200/repositories/COVID-19


Cheers,
Armin

From: Agldwg-all <agldwg-all-bounces@lists.csiro.au> on behalf of Bernadette Hyland-Wood <b.hylandwood@uq.net.au>
Date: Wednesday, 1 April 2020 at 6:14 pm
To: "Thomson, Joshua" <Joshua.Thomson@act.gov.au>, Nicholas Car <nicholas.car@surroundaustralia.com>, "Agldwg-all@lists.csiro.au" <Agldwg-all@lists.csiro.au>
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Subject: Re: [Agldwg-all] Comments sought on The Profiles Vocabulary, W3C WG Note

Hi Josh,
Looking at Singapore's COVID19 stats dashboard that you referenced, it looks like standard HTML, JavaScript & a pretty CSS front end to a SQL database.

Meaning, there is nothing in what I can see that suggests that it is using linked (open) data. It appears to be event reporting data from a government public health reporting database.

The author of the site is UpCode Academy who offers SQL / Python / Ruby on Rails training. See https://www.upcodeacademy.com


Hope that helps.

Cheers,


Bernadette Hyland-Wood

UQ Global Change Scholar & PhD Candidate

School of Political Science and International Studies

The University of Queensland

Brisbane Qld 4072 Australia



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Subject: Re: [Agldwg-all] Comments sought on The Profiles Vocabulary, W3C WG Note


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Hi all,



This is Josh Thomson from ACT Government.

With Coronavirus data visualisations growing across all government, the below link came to my inbox.



Does anybody know if the Australian Government is using anything like this? To my untrained eye, it looks like a linked data graph

https://www.againstcovid19.com/singapore/cases




I hope everyone is doing ok.

Cheers,

Josh



ACTmapi Data Manager | Office of the Surveyor-General and Land Information
Ph: 02  6207 6889| Email: joshua.thomson@act.gov.au<mailto:joshua.thomson@act.gov.au>
Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate | ACT Government

Dame Pattie Menzies House, Challis Street, Dickson | GPO Box 158 Canberra ACT 2601







From: Agldwg-all <agldwg-all-bounces@lists.csiro.au> On Behalf Of Nicholas Car
Sent: Wednesday, 5 February 2020 11:00 AM
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Subject: Re: [Agldwg-all] Comments sought on The Profiles Vocabulary, W3C WG Note



Dear Australian Government Linked Data Working Group members,



Just a reminder that we are still interested in your comments on PROF.



It is likely that we - PROF editors - will be considering some extensions to the PROF NOTE in 2020 along the lines of:



* more, refined, Profile relations

  * more than just isProfileOf, perhaps extensions of owl:imports, some notion of used etc.

* subclasses of Profile

  * perhaps DataProfile, FunctionalProfile etc.



These considerations are motivated by unaddressed issues from before the NOTE’s publication. We can also address other points you might raise.





Thanks,



Nick & Rob





On 6 Jan 2020, at 10:28 pm, Nicholas Car <nicholas.car@surroundaustralia.com<mailto:nicholas.car@surroundaustralia.com>> wrote:



Dear AGLDWG Members,

The W3C’s Dataset Exchange Working Group has just released The Profiles Vocabulary, created “to allow the machine-readable description of profiles of specifications for information resources” as a W3C Working Group Note [1] and we are inviting you to comment on it.

The Working Group is very interested in collecting feedback on this vocabulary from a wide range of standards organisations and practitioners since ‘profiles’ are a general and widely-used concept and many communities do profiling. The Note is not final yet, so it is certainly possible to influence its ultimate form.

If you would like to comment on the Note, please do so by emailing the WG’s public comments mailing list [2] (Reply All to this) or by creating an Issue in the WG’s Issue Tracker [3] by Friday, 7th of February 2020. If you do create GitHub Issues directly, please label them “profiles-vocabulary” and “feedback”.

We will attempt to respond to your comments either in the mailing list, GitHub Issues or both by Friday, 6th of March, 2020 and may then release an updated Note based on Feedback.

Regards,


Nicholas Car & Rob Atkinson

Editors, The Profiles Vocabulary

W3C’s Dataset Exchange Working Group

https://www.w3.org/2017/dxwg/wiki/Main_Page<https://aus01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.w3.org%2F2017%2Fdxwg%2Fwiki%2FMain_Page&data=02%7C01%7C%7C5f6cd11a42f94e97d5b908d7a9cead8a%7Cb46c190803344236b978585ee88e4199%7C0%7C0%7C637164577451547359&sdata=I2%2B5f%2FVLnOl6ZGjoFLUtwX09nLhNyoAnjQ%2FTUB9tSvw%3D&reserved=0>



[1] https://www.w3.org/TR/dx-prof/


[2] public-dxwg-comments@w3.org<mailto:public-dxwg-comments@w3.org>

[3] https://github.com/w3c/dxwg/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+label%3Aprofiles-vocabulary




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