Extending use of the Open-data CovJSON-LD Format for Improved Interpretation of Coverage Data at NASA JPL’s PO.DAAC
presentationposted on 28.07.2017 by Lewis John McGibbney
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CoverageJSON (or “CovJSON” for short) is a JSON-based format and specification for encoding coverage data. It is primarily intended to be used as a means to convey data from servers to web browsers, so that web developers can develop rich, highly interactive applications based on coverage data. This presentation will update and extend our previous work (presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2016) entitled "An Innovative Open Data-driven Approach for Improved Interpretation of Coverage Data at NASA JPL’s PO.DAAC" by displaying how we use URIs to encode semantic information and context through linked data mechanisms such as JSON-LD e.g. CovJSON-LD. This presentation will be of significant appeal to both semantic technologies and visualization enthusiasts.