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The Open Geospatial Consortium's interoperability guidelines guide a backbone to the OSGeo community by establishing a pathway to software adoption toward the standardization of geospatial data and related services, assuring interoperability between FOSS4G applications. To facilitate the exchange of geospatial data in modern web applications and systems, the OGC has initiated the development of a new generation of standards based on the OpenAPI specifications in 2016. This paper explores how companies and institutions can use this latest generation of standards in order to build a geospatial data network from a practical perspective.
These APIs play a crucial part in realizing the benefits of open data because they are the means by which data is discovered and accessed by applications that make use of it. These APIs play a crucial role in realizing the benefits of open data. These APIs play a pivotal role in realizing the benefits of open data because they are the means by which applications that make use of it. This article discusses semantic APIsas as a means of increasing access to open data by improving access to open data. The results show that theprobability of inter-country cooperation between open data catalogs is less than 30%, and that just a few categories stand out as candidates for a transnational semantic API.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.29379/jedem.v8i2.420
The National Center for Biotechnology Information, the DNA Data Bank of Japan, and the European Nucleotide Sequence Database Collaboration have all recorded sequence data. We have also developed the ENA Source Attribute Helper API, a tool that is designed to assist users in the submission of accurate attributes referring to the biological source of samples and sequence data. Since the submission of the biological source attributes to the INSDC can be both manually uploaded or on following upgrades using a variety of tools, we've developed the API as an open source application that can be used as a freestanding service and can be used as a free-standing service. The API is designed using Representation State Transfer API Architecture, and it is intended to use the information available in the NCBI BioCollections. NCBI Biocollections is a curated database of natural history collections related to INSDC data, which includes the institution and collection codes. The API key functions include the querying of the metadata for the institutions and collections based on user input, validation of institution and collection codes, and the generation of the attribute string based on the user's request. We expect this tool to help connected biodiversity data and, in turn, provide a greater foundation to improve the value of natural history collections, taxomic expertise, and biodiversity research.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3897/biss.6.91118
Several online open-source weather portals offer historical, present, and future weather forecasts that can be used for general forecasts, and these online weather forecast services act as an alternate route for weather reports when physical weather stations are inaccessible. We then compared the accuracy and suitability of weather forecasts from the OpenWeatherMap API's temperature and humidity measurements with actual measurements obtained from Brazilian weather stations, as described in this paper.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/data7080106
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