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The OpenEarth philosophy related to data involves that important data sets, rather than working on a project-by-project basis, should be collected and be made available in a project-superceding manner.

OpenEarth intends all datasets to conform with a number of basic quality criteria:

  • raw data should be stored in the OpenEarthRawData repository enabling version control
  • raw data should then be enriched with metadata using transformation scripts also put under version control in the OpenEarthRawData repository
  • resulting data products should conform to the best open source standards available
  • data products should be made available easily via webbased interfaces

To achieve this international standards are embraced like:

The data collection procedure and the relation between those standards is explained in the OpenEarth Data Standards document, developed in the framework of the EU FP7 Project MICORE.

Related initiatives:

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