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  • Misalignments between coverages produced by different data providers (e.g. orthoimages)

    When combining raster georeferenced data (grid coverages) from different sources - e.g. two different data providers - using the same coordinate reference system, limits of corresponding pixels (coverage grid cells) may not match in x, y coordinates, i.e. maybe they are not properly ali...

    tag_names:universal_categories: Data quality, Member State issues, Interoperability, Data provision

  • Population classifications / indicators

    What population classifications does your institution currently publish or plans to publish in the scope of INSPIRE? Examples: - total population, - population by sex, - population by age groups (e.g. 5-year age groups, economic age groups) Do you think statistical indicators describing ...

    tag_names:universal_categories: Codelists, Data provision

  • Natura2000_example

    tag_names:universal_categories: S/W tools, Best Practice, Data provision

  • EuroGeographics INSPIRE KEN

    EuroGeographics INSPIRE KEN is a knowledge exchange network providing a forum for experts from National Mapping and Cadastral Authorities (NMCAs) to share experience in INSPIRE implementation. INSPIRE KEN organises workshops and webinars to discuss topics of common interest, e.g. NMCAs strateg...

    tag_names:universal_categories: Member State issues, Best Practice, Data provision

  • Management of persistent identifiers and temporal aspects

    INSPIRE requires unique and persistent identifiers and recommends to use http URI. In addition, INSPIRE models  deal with temporal aspects in order to enable incremental updates. Data providers meet many difficulties to meet these obligations and recommendations. Feel free to share i...

    tag_names:universal_categories: Data model/scope, Data provision

  • Discussion: Code lists for Data Specifications

    The code lists are linked directly to the Data Specifications -http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/codelist/ How have users found these codes lists in terms of ease of use? applicability?  

    tag_names:universal_categories: Codelists, Data provision

  • Discussion: Are you using the Protected Sites profile for delivery of CDDA?

    For those users responsible for the delivery of nationally protected areas to the EEA fro the CDDA (Common Database on Protected Areas) data flow are you using the PS schema? If so what have your experiences been?

    tag_names:universal_categories: Codelists, Interoperability, Data provision, Data used for e-reporting

  • Who has implemented the Protected Sites Schema? and who has struggled?

    Who has implemented the Protected sites schema and who has struggled implementing it? If you have succeeded what feedback would you give? If you struggled what areas caused you problems?    

    tag_names:universal_categories: Thematic use case, Data model/scope, Codelists, Best Practice, Data provision

  • Who has implmented the Bio-geographical regions schema

    Who has implemented the Bio-geographical schema and who has struggled implementing it? If you have succeeded what feedback would you give? If you struggled what areas caused you problems?

    tag_names:universal_categories: Codelists, Data provision, Data used for e-reporting

  • Who has implemented the Habitat and Biotopes Schema? and who has struggled?

    Who has implemented the "Habitats and Biotopes" schema and who has struggled implementing it? If you have succeeded what feedback would you give? If you struggled what areas caused you problems?   While the next Article 17 reporting phase is a few tears away data providers...

    tag_names:universal_categories: Codelists, Data provision, Data used for e-reporting