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targeted examples of semantic annotation #314

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mobb opened this issue Oct 8, 2018 · 9 comments
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targeted examples of semantic annotation #314

mobb opened this issue Oct 8, 2018 · 9 comments
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@mobb mobb commented Oct 8, 2018

LTER IMC asked for 2 kinds of examples that include annotations to recommended vocabularies.

  • complete (EML record, as completely annotated as possible)
  • XML fragments (easy to include in docs and BPs)
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@amoeba amoeba commented Oct 8, 2018

Hey @mobb I saw the needs-review label on this so I thought I'd hop in.

By annotations, I assume you mean semantic annotation ala EML 2.2? What would a complete / completely annotated record look like? Or do you just mean a complete/valid EML doc? Either way, I think having a full EML 2.2 record as well as fragments is a great idea.

Folks have been working hard on carbon cycling / ECSO annotations so those'd be easy to get examples from. Though we generally stick to ecological examples with EML, I wonder if this wouldn't be a bad place to push EML a bit beyond ecology and have some geographic annotation examples (e.g. GAZ), or maybe look at how we'd annotate something from BCO-DMO (cruises, instruments, etc.).

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@mobb mobb commented Oct 9, 2018

thanks @amoeba. this was a hot topic at the LTER meeting last week; the sites are gung-ho. but need some recommendations and examples.
Probably ECSO (complete measurements) are a good start at the attrib level, but the other locations need to be shown pretty quickly too (dataset-level, entity-level), which would most likely ref different vocabs. There was a lot of talk about keywords (and that dataset-level annotations could supplant keywords) -- eg, do we need both? Probably we will want to phase this in, and outline a bunch of sub-tasks.

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@amoeba amoeba commented Oct 9, 2018

Dataset-level annotations do kind of amount to dataset-level keywords, huh? Except more formal which is cool. We probably want to make it really clear for people when to do one or the other, or when to mix-and-match.

Are you planning on taking a first attempt at this?

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@mobb mobb commented Oct 9, 2018

I think task 1 is to figure out the characteristics of a "reliable vocabulary". then use those to come up with a list of candidate vocabs. EML-based repos will have to figure out how to deal with each one of these.

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@mbjones mbjones commented Nov 21, 2018

TODO:

  • clean up examples, and add a MeasurementType example in eml-sample.xml
  • decide whether to eliminate eml-semantics.xml, or expand it
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@stevenchong stevenchong commented Nov 28, 2018

I can add in a MeasurementType example to the eml-sample.xml doc

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@mbjones mbjones commented Aug 18, 2019

@stevenchong @mobb Are these examples now complete in the primer document?

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@stevenchong stevenchong commented Aug 18, 2019

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@mbjones mbjones commented Aug 18, 2019

Great, thanks. Then I am closing this issue. But I'm leaving #320 open for final review (I think I saw a few notes to self in there still).

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