From: "A. Gregory" <arofan.greg...@earthlink.net>
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2011 07:35:45 -0700
Local: Sat, Dec 31 2011 9:35 am
Subject: RE: [publishing-statistical-data] Expressing "part of" relationships between observations
This is a subject which has also been much-discussed within the SDMX
What has been done in the past is to attach an attribute to a slice (or
While the SDMX information model contains a model for how statistical data
This will not probably help with your geography example - SDMX has never had
I guess my main concern is that whatever Data Cube does in this area is
Cheers - and happy New Year!
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Dave
The general area of expressing aggregation relationships in Data Cube is
I think a specific extension vocabulary is need for this. There are several
(1) Need to be able to specify a relationship to use for hierarchical
(2) Need to be able to specify when such a relationship gives a disjoint
(3) There may also be a need for defining a specific type of slice to allow
(4) We need a general way to express relationships between measures.
 Though since it is currently unfunded "spare time" effort the timescales
 Yes, I know that geospatial areas *can* be treated as SKOS concepts but
On 27/12/2011 17:42, BillRoberts wrote:
> What is the best way (in the context of the RDF/Data Cube/SDMX
> I might also have population figures for France, Germany, EU27,
> Suggestions welcome!
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