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A sustainable process and toolbox for geographical linked data generation and publication: a case study with BTN100

, , , , and . Open Geospatial Data, Software and Standards 4 (1): 2 (Mar 13, 2019)

Abstract

We describe the process and tools that we have used to generate and publish the BTN100 Linked Dataset, based on the original data from the Spanish Topographic Base (1:100.000 scale) from the Spanish Instituto Geográfico Nacional. We have taken into account the limitations and lessons learned from our initial experience on the generation and publication of Linked Data from a range of geographical sources in Spain, in 2010, and we have now refined the process in order to facilitate: declarative mappings for the transformations from existing open data (shapefiles), automation of transformations whenever there are changes in the original data sources, version control, and alignment with INSPIRE URIs. As a result of this transformation and publication process we have also updated the reference ontology for geographical features and aligned with general ontologies such as GeoSPARQL.

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10.1186/s40965-019-0060-4
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Espinoza-Arias2019
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