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I would strongly urge Brandon to provide an example of how this
information could be (better) provided in an RDF format
Thanks for considering.
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Thanks a lot guys for your contribution so far! This is great!
A few comments and answers to the questions above:
- Please remember to update the file
_Overview_of_available_correspondence_files.csv with all the
required metadata when uploading and / or modifying the
correspondence tables (as explained in the readme file).
- I have added a field ("Author") to this file. I can see that
there are already a few new correspondence files that have not
in _Overview_of_available_correspondence_files.csv . This is
required to track what correspondence tables we have and their
status (and maybe also to collect the metadata for conversion
in frictionless data format?).
- If you modify the location or replace the file
_Overview_of_available_correspondence_files.csv remember to
update the link to it in the readme file. I found that the
link was already broken.
- I added the (before missing) file name to the respective
rows in _Overview_of_available_correspondence_files.csv
(thanks Miguel A. for letting me know)
@Stefano: The status of the correspondence
table is incomplete. Remember to check the
@Arthur: please send me your GitHub name. All
contributors shall have access to the GitHub
@Mighuel A.: you have created a new folder
distinguishing raw and final (correspondence) tables. That's
fine but could you add in the readme a description of what these
file contains, their difference and how to use them? Also,
should the file _Overview_of_available_correspondence_files.csv
now include both files in the raw and in the final tables
folder? (I'd say so maybe specifying in the status why we have
two if it is necessary to keep both?)