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MAPPING W3C 5 STARS AND MELODA

May 22, 2011 / maestro / 5 stars, bernerss-lee, MELODA, opendata, w3c

Find here a mapping table in order to understand how it is related a 5 stars qualifying of a data source and a MELODA assessment of a data source.

5 stars
MELODA
MELODA
Legal
Technical
Accessibility
make your stuff available on the web (whatever format) but with an open licence
> 17%
Minimum 25 %
It could be protected with an open licence but only private use
Minimum 0 %
It could be privative standards
Minimum 25 %
The access to information could require a manual selection of dataset althoguh being in an URL
★★ Available as machine-readable structured data (e.g. excel instead of image scan of a table)

> 17%
Minimum 25 %
It could be protected with an open licence but only private use
Minimum 0 %
It could be privative standards
Minimum 25 %
The access to information could require a manual selection of dataset althoguh being in an URL
★★★ as (2) plus non-proprietary format (e.g. CSV instead of excel)

>25%
Minimum 25 %
It could be protected with an open licence but only private use
Minimum 25 %
It could be an non-propietary format but without explanation about the content
Minimum 25 %
The access to information could require a manual selection of dataset althoguh being in an URL
★★★★ All the above plus, Use open standards from W3C (RDF and SPARQL) to identify things, so that people can point at your stuff

>67%
Minimum 25 %
It could be protected with an open licence but only private use
100 %
Using RDF and SPARQL
Minimum 75 %
It could no tinclude specific information about how to use data
★★★★★ All the above, plus: Link your data to other people’s data to provide context

>75%
Minimum 50 %
It could be protected with an open licence but only for non commercial uses
100 %
Using RDF and SPARQL
Minimum 75 %
It could no tinclude specific information about how to use data

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