New XML Data

12 views
Skip to first unread message

ltc.h...@gmail.com

unread,
Jun 23, 2015, 3:35:53 AM6/23/15
to ma...@googlegroups.com
Hi Everyone:


Our python group has an interest in the modification of a Python topographic engine (Mappa) to accept a custom built XML schema.

 Questions:
1. How do we modify the XML Schema found in Mappa to accept a custom built schema?
2. How do we use Python to analyze the source data?

Source Data:

The URL link to our github account is available at URL link https://github.com/ltc-hotspot/

How to analyze data in Python is available at URL link http://dev.socrata.com/consumers/examples/data-visualization-with-python.html

The attached file contains the XML meta data file.

Hal
rows.xml

Lars Heuer

unread,
Jun 23, 2015, 3:46:21 AM6/23/15
to ma...@googlegroups.com
Hi,


> Our python group has an interest in the modification of a Python topographic engine (Mappa) to accept a custom built XML schema.
>


Mappa is used for Topic Maps (see <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Topic_Maps>) not
for topography.


> Questions:
> 1. How do we modify the XML Schema found in Mappa to accept a custom built schema?


If you're interested in converting your topographical data into topic maps,
I'll recommend XSLT, see <https://github.com/heuer/tmxsl> for examples to
convert non-topic map sources into topic maps.

Another option: Read your XML source and use the Mappas API to convert the data,
but I'd recommend XSLT.

Best regards,
Lars

Lars Heuer

unread,
Jun 23, 2015, 3:55:21 AM6/23/15
to ma...@googlegroups.com
FYI, Robert Barta did some experiments to convert Topic Maps
into topographic data:

High-Definition Semantic Maps
-----------------------------
* <http://kill.devc.at/node/313> - Part I
* <http://kill.devc.at/node/314> - Part II
* <http://kill.devc.at/node/317> - Part III
* <http://kill.devc.at/node/326> - Part VI

Best regards,
Lars

ltc.h...@gmail.com

unread,
Jun 25, 2015, 2:59:28 AM6/25/15
to ma...@googlegroups.com
Thanks
Reply all
Reply to author
Forward
0 new messages