Table of contents
- Example workflow
- Standalone scripts
- Integrated applications
At Stanford, the metadata records are natively authored in ESRI ArcCatalog and then transformed into ISO 19139. The ISO 19139 records are then transformed to MODS for the library catalog and GeoBlacklight for the GeoBlacklight catalog.
Stanford University Metadata Workflow
Take, for example, the metadata for this layer. It has the ISO 19139 version of the metadata, along with the Feature Catalog (in ISO 19110). We also have the transformation into MODS and to GeoBlacklight, as well as a preview image. In some cases, you may even have an HTML version of the metadata for someone to read.
These scripts can be downloaded and used locally for creating, transforming, and publishing OGM schema metadata.
|Overview ||SdrFriend is a Ruby gem that allows people of various skill levels to interface with DSpace, GDAL, GeoServer, and other spatial data collection tools (performs rake tasks on a SDI, crosswalks csv and JSON files). |
|Requirements ||Ruby 2.4.0 [if needed: Ruby Version Manager (RVM)], homebrew, bundler |
|Originator ||NYU |
|Overview ||A Ruby toolkit that is useful for cloning, updating, and indexing metadata from OpenGeoMetdata and includes a library for converting metadata between standards. XSL sheets are found here. |
|Requirements ||Ruby |
|Originator ||Stanford |
|Overview ||A JSON file for validating the structural form of the GBL metadata. |
|Overview ||A preliminary workflow to convert MARC metadata for historic and print maps into JSON metadata according to the GeoBlacklight 1.0 Metadata Schema. |
|Requirements ||Python |
|Originator ||Johns Hopkins University |
|Related resource ||Johns Hopkins University Geoportal Metadata Application Profile (JHU-GMAP) 1.0 |
|Overview ||Basic Pythons scripts to convert ArcGIS-generated XML files to Aardvark schema JSON files. Queries the GeoNames database to retrieve placenames for the |
|Requirements ||Python |
|Originator ||UMass Amherst |
These tools were built as part of automated workflows for specific repositories.
|Overview ||A custom tool with a built-in metadata editor that can load information directly into Geoserver. Can accept templates if multiple uploads are needed. |
|Requirements ||bootstrap, handlebars, jquery |
|Originator ||CU Boulder |
|Overview ||A digital repository application in use at Princeton University Library for storing and managing digital representations of manuscripts, ephemera, vector, and raster data for export into a variety of front-end displays. |
|Requirements ||Ruby, Java, Postgres, GDAL and more |
|Originator ||Princeton |