Task #2373

Collect best practices and guidelines on PIDs

Added by Michael Lutz over 5 years ago. Updated over 4 years ago.

Status:NewStart date:16 Mar 2015
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Upload (with a short abstract or description) best practices and guidelines on persistent identifiers from the geospatial or other domains on the RDF/PIDs wiki.

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#1 Updated by Michael Lutz over 5 years ago

Thanks, Heidi, for uploading the UK's URI guidance on the wiki. I remember that the UK guidance was being updated in the past years based on experiences from implementation. But I could only find this document:

Revision of UK Public Sector URI Guidance. Summary of Survey Responses, Version 1. 12 Feb 2013

Is anyone aware of any updated guidance that takes this feedback into account?

#2 Updated by Christian Ansorge about 5 years ago

Dear colleagues,

We are still looking for existing guidelines related to PIDs on all levels (national, regional, etc). As they are often in national languages it is rather difficult for us to discover them without your support. There we would be really grateful for your support and help.

I would suggest to use the following simple form to get some basic information about those guidelines, especially as some of them are in national languages. For the general visibility I would like to keep the collection of PID guidelines on the MIG-T level.

Thank you very much!

Best regards

Chris

 

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#3 Updated by Christian Ansorge about 5 years ago

Title A Beginner’s Guide to Persistent Identifiers
URL http://www.gbif.org/resource/80575
Publisher GBIF
Language English
Coverage Global
Abstract This guide is intended to cover the essential principles of Persistent Identifiers and demonstrate the requirements to start issuing and delivering Persistent Identifiers for biodiversity informatics datasets. The guide is aimed at the Persistent Identifier novice, highlighting pitfalls and suggesting useful tips to get up and running with identifiers. There is an assumption that standard best-practice data management principles have been followed regarding any applicable dataset.
Date November 2011

#4 Updated by Christian Ansorge about 5 years ago

Title Revision of UK Public SectorURI Guidance
URL http://data.gov.uk/sites/default/files/DGU%20URI%20Pattern%20Revision%20-%20Survey%20Summary_0_10.pdf
Publisher UK Government Linked Data Working Group
Language English
Coverage National (UK)
Abstract This document presents a summary of responses and recommendations for work arising from a survey devised to inform the process of revising the data.gov.uk URI Sets document "Designing URI sets for the UK public sector" first published by the CTO Council of the UK Cabinet Office in 2009.
Date February 2013

#5 Updated by Christina Wasström almost 5 years ago

Title

Geografisk information - Vattensystem - Regler för nationella tillämpningar och för Inspires hydrografitema (eng Geographic information - Water Systems - Rules for national applications and for the Inspire hydrography theme)

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http://www.sis.se/informationsteknik-kontorsutrustning/allmänt/ss-6370082015

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Swedish Standards Institute

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Swedish

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Sweden

Abstract

The purpose of this standard is partly to enable the exchange of geodata about lakes, rivers, groundwater and related phenomena and systems of these, and to be a part of national and international initiatives for the harmonization of spatial data, such as the EU Water Framework Directive and INSPIRE Directive data specification for hydrography

Date

2015-03-17

#6 Updated by Christina Wasström almost 5 years ago

Title

NVDB Teknisk lösning - ID-hantering och transaktioner

URL

http://www.nvdb.se/globalassets/upload/styrande-och-vagledande-dokument/nvdb-teknisk-losning---id-hantering-och-transaktioner-ver1.0-edit.pdf

Publisher

Swedish Transport Administration

Language

Swedish

Coverage

Road transport network

Abstract

The document aims to specify the basic principles for transactions and management of identities and versions for different types of objects in the national road database (NVDB) solution. An understanding of these principles and concepts are very important for different types of NVDB actors in that the solutions external interface depends on these.

Date

2006-05-15

#7 Updated by Heidi Vanparys over 4 years ago

Title Towards a national URI-Strategy for Linked Data of the Dutch public sector
URL http://www.pilod.nl/wiki/Towards_a_national_URI-Strategy_for_Linked_Data_of_the_Dutch_public_sector
Publisher Geonovum
Language English
Coverage Dutch public sector
Abstract This article was written further to the Pilot Linked Open Data (PiLOD) on the part of Geonovum in 2012 and 2013 [3]. It describes the insights as acquired by the ‘Working group URI-strategy' within the action line ‘Technology’. The working group was established for the purpose of examining whether a national URI-strategy for Linked Data of the Dutch public sector is useful and, if so, which ingredients should make up part of such a strategy. The members of the working group conclude that there is a need at numerous implementing authorities for guidelines for formulating URIs. Linked Data is a new field; it involves quite some complexity and includes cross-domain problems. Both technical as well as organizational. This document is not a URI-Strategy as yet, but it does provide an inventory of the issues and a few recommendations.
Date 2013-09-19

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