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Re: Follow-up EDM use case: definition of new validation rules

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Antoine Isaac <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 17 Apr 2014 20:05:03 +0200

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Hi,

Ithink trying to put the rules of the different profiles next to each other is a good idea.
I understand Evelyn's fear about readability. But I believe it should be tried nonetheless. If we manage to do it, then we'll be able to send a very useful message to others.

And even if the spreadsheet is hard to read perhaps we can export it and display the data with another tool that would be better (e.g. allowing to show/hide individual constraints at will, or even an entire column)

All the best (and happy Easter indeed!)

Antoine

On 4/17/14 5:52 PM, Evelyn Dröge wrote:
> Hi Stefanie,
>
> generally a good idea but I am not sure if the tables will be that readable any more once we have both added 3 to 4 columns next to the EDM description (especially when I add the 103 specializing resources that we have in our model in this table, too). Anyway, I think that an overview on the EDM and its different application profiles is something that we clearly need. This table could be a good starting point if Valentine is okay with that.
>
> All the best (and happy Easter!)
>
> Evelyn
>
>
> Am 17.04.2014, 17:38 Uhr, schrieb Ruehle, Stefanie <[log in to unmask]>:
>
>     Hi Valentine,
>
>     may it make sense, that we use this tables also for the rules of the DDB model and the DM2E model. We could enter them in the colums next to yours and by this could get a good overview of the requirements - what are the requirements we all have and what are the domain specific requirements. Because we all use EDM there will be a lot in common.
>
>     @Evelyn, what do you think about that?
>
>     Best wishes
>
>           Stefanie
>
>     Am 14.04.2014 16:39, schrieb Valentine Charles:
>>     Dear all,
>>
>>     We have been working at Europeana on the definition of new validation rules for the Europeana Data Model which we would like to share with you all.
>>     In the use case on EDM [1] Robina has described the current rules we apply when validating our data. However these rules represent only a subset of the rules that are expressed in the EDM and that could be used for formal validation. We have drafted a new wish list containing all the validation rules we would like to apply [2]. These rules are divided per EDM classes and then per properties as defined in the model. When the rules are applicable to all the classes and properties we have added them in a general rules tab.
>>     In addition we have tried to categorized these rules based on the literature we could find on the topic [3]. The categorisation is not finalised yet but we thought some people might be interested in this exercise.
>>
>>     We hope this work will generate further discussions on the topic.
>>
>>     Best wishes,
>>
>>     Valentine, Robina and Antoine.
>>
>>     [1] http://wiki.dublincore.org/index.php/EDM
>>     [2] https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AoN3jJ2PToabdDBCZUw0NFA1Smx4UjdPcG43c0RDZHc&usp=sharing
>>     [3]https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UpVusHCyMdgtUIYsDRLIO7OibuIwm5fas8zTQ-2n_Pk/edit?usp=sharing
>>
>>     *Valentine Charles*
>>
>>     Data R&D Coordinator
>>
>>     T: +31 (0)70 314 0391
>>     M:
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>>     Skype: charles.valentine
>>
>>     *Europeana <http://www.europeana.eu/> makes Europe’s culture available for all, across borders and generations and for creative re-use – follow how at**#AllezCulture* <http://bit.ly/17mnbL7>
>>
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>
>
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>     Stefanie Rühle
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