Référencement des données structurées


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Craig Statchuk
Votes: 29

Parmi les questions qui reviennent souvent pendant les étapes d’analyse de données, citons celle-ci : quelle colonne possède une valeur particulière? Par exemple, quelles colonnes contiennent le nom « Smith »? Quelles colonnes contiennent la valeur « K0A 3T6 »?  En examinant ensuite les noms de colonnes correspondantes, nous avons un bon indice des concepts apparentés (sémantiques) et des lignées de données potentielles. Le référencement et la recherche à facettes (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recherche_%C3%A0_facettes) offrent encore plus d’avantages en permettant aux résultats de recherche d’être comparés en fonction des catégories de sujets.

On améliorera considérablement les résultats de recherche initiaux en référençant les renseignements structurés associés aux données ouvertes.

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Submitted by david g jones on May 30, 2014 - 8:48 PM

Why does this read like planted question? Why would Canadians in general be concerned with the rules of data definition? Why does this whole site have a technical smell to it? Answer: The Government of Canada has never considered Information management as anything but a mechanical discipline, and has never even considered the merits of Knowledge Management. So what we see here are the ozone scented words of the privy Council Office which can't see beyond bits and bytes.