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Spatial Identifier Reference Framework - spatial linked data description, configurations and XSL rendering
A collection of text files containing configurations, and XSL rendering defaults for spatial data set, spatial feature types, spatial features, and feature cross-walks as part of the Spatial Identifier Reference Framework (SIRF) linked data platform
Earth Sciences not elsewhere classified
Global Information Systems
Information Engineering and Theory
Interorganisational Information Systems and Web Services
01 Jul 2011
30 Jun 2014
The configuration files and rendering defaults were created by the SIRF project team and describe a variety of spatial data sources that were collated for the SIRF project including the UN gazetteer, Indonesian place name list. Feature type lists from Geoscence Australia, Badan Informasi Geospasial (BIG), UN FAO are also contained in the collection
SIRF Project Lead - Paul Box
SIRF Principle Investigator - Rob Atkinson
Funders: AusAID & CSIRO
Collaborators: Badan Informais Geospatial, UNSDI
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence
Atkinson, Rob; Box, Paul (2016): Spatial Identifier Reference Framework - spatial linked data description, configurations and XSL rendering. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection.
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2016.
The metadata and files (if any) are available to the public.
CLOSED - SIRF Indonesia
The Spatial Identifier Reference Framework (SIRF) is a scalable linked data infrastructure that aims to improve the supply of open, spatially enabled and linked information.
SIRF indexes and integrates spatial identifiers (codes and names used to reference real world locations) from multiple spatial data sets and publishes these as linked data. SI... moreRF provides a means to reliably cross reference identifiers for the same real world location and encodes spatial relationships between features (such as containment and adjacency). This framework of spatial identifiers is used to link information (such as socio-economic statistics) about locations, stored in multiple distributed systems. less