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Wednesday, March 9 • 8:30am - 12:30pm
Getting in the Game: Three Free Tools that Take You From Flat Data to RDF

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Organizer:
Susan Jane Williams, Independent Cataloging and Consulting Services

Speakers:
Greg Reser, Metadata Librarian, UC San Diego (Embedded Metadata and the Info Panel tool)
Matthias Arnold, Heidelberg Research Architecture - Visual Resources, University of Heidelberg (CSV to Core 4 XML Transform tool)
Jeff Mixter, Software Engineer, OCLC Research (Core 4 XML to RDF Transform tool)  


Three free desktop tools (or transforms) have been developed recently. They provide means to embed metadata into images and export them to CSV, transform flat CSV data into VRA Core 4 XML, and transform VRA Core 4 XML into RDF. The three developers will demonstrate each tool, and guide the participants through the use of the tools. A step-by-step sequence will take the users from embedding metadata in images and then CSV (comma separated values) export (alternatively participants can start with their own metadata CSV or Excel file) to VRA Core 4 XML and then to RDF. At each stage there will be discussion of workflows and what data is needed to form validating XML and useful RDF. Users may bring their own local data samples (say 50-500 records) saved in CSV (or Excel) for discussion.

Maximum Participants: 20

 
Fee: $35

Moderators
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Susan Jane Williams

Independent Cataloging and Consulting

Speakers
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Matthias Arnold

Visual Resources - Heidelberg Research Architecture (HRA), Cluster of Excellence
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Jeff Mixter

Software Engineer, OCLC
My passion is helping libraries share and disseminate their knowledge, services and products with people around the world. The web is fundamental in this process and to that end my current work involves helping libraries be more visible on the web. This includes not only making their data visible but also making themselves visible on the web.


Wednesday March 9, 2016 8:30am - 12:30pm
Vashon I Room The Seattle Westin 1900 5th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101

Attendees (33)