See also related presentation from Inspire 2016
I have looked at the various discussion topics posted since facilitating this cluster to see what are the key barriers to in the marine and atmosphere community to really making Inspire happen. I have grouped them under the three...
Thank you for all your examples and tools!
We at LBEG (State Authority for Mining, Energy and Geology, Lower Saxony, Germany) have compiled numerous change requests to codelists (mostly hierarchy) and will present them... view reply
Thanks a lot for the files and instructions. Me and my colleague Pedro Patinha have just tried and it's working. It's very nice to view the hierarchy between the terms. I also agree with you that it's... view reply
just a comment to Marianne's issue. A 1:1 mapping from a national/regional classification to this agreed European vocabulary for INSPIRE brings some uncertainties. At least you are able to catch the semantic and make it... view reply
Thank you for your reply. I totally understand what you mean. Just thought the link could help Lola for getting another information how to match a lithology vocabulary with an agreeable INSPIRE code.
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Thank you for the link!
I think it would be difficult to make a 1:1 mapping for every lithology used on our danish and greenlandic maps. In some cases the same danish word may have a little more specialized meaning in certain... view reply
I am not a geologist myself, I sat down with the geologist responsible for a specific map and went through the legend item by item, to find the best match. We had no marlstone in our map, so did not need to find out.
Also we simply... view reply
Yes, visualization makes a difference ;)
I built upon the tree view in D3, which is free to use.
I have attached my little war file to the presentation You can put it on a webserver to see it work and unzip it to see the... view reply
Thank you so much for the ppt and thanks for your questions showing we are not alone :-). I don’t know if it will help you but what we tried on our Geological Survey is to link the lithologies we use (maintained in our Thesaurus)... view reply
you could also consider the option to encode the raster dataset using a reference to an external file.
The option to encode the "rangeSet" attribute as external file foresee the use of an http URI (e.g. a link to a... view reply
Congrats for the work Marianne! I feel very identify with the problems you faced.
I'd like asking you two questions: What equivalency within the codeList LithologyValue did you use for the lithology marl or marlstone? And... view reply
The Building2D extended GML application schema is not usable at the moment due to the missing encoding of the double inheritance of the Building and BuildingPart feature types.
In the frame of the GeoSmartCity EU funded project an extended... view reply
Thank you very much for the PPT. I totally agree with you that it's easier to get an overview of geology INSPIRE codelist with the three-structure visualization. Is it possible for you to share with me how did you get the... view reply
The Network class defined in the INSPIRE Generic Network Model (GNM), and used in Hydrography - Network Application Schema for describing a network of hydrographic elements, refers to it's contained elements using...
The problem is well known: the GML schema for Building2D extended was derived from an old version of the UML schema.
JRC has not done yet the derivation of last version of the UML schema on Building2D extended, though it created a lot of issues... view reply