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  • Concept and Implementation Framework for using AusPIX DGGS cells to integrate data from diverse sources. Complies with outcomes of the Loc-I project. Reports on a multi-level framework concept and methods for AusPIX data integration 1) AusPIX DGGS enablement - transform datasets into the AusPIX format 2) Integration layer - integrate 2 or more datasets that have been AusPIX enabled 3) Statistics layer - how to derive simple or complex statistics from the integrated dataset 4) AusPIX as linked data 5) AusPIX as Machine readable data 6) Visualisation Layer - visualise any part of the framework as grid 7) Updating and adding data sets 8) Data-drill concept in AusPIX Discusses the definition of each layer, scope of development, existing and potential, and the tools required or /and available

  • An ontology to allow AusPIX objects to be linked into Loc-I, AusPIX, and other workflows. Git repo at: https://github.com/GeoscienceAustralia/AusPIX-DGGS-ontology With the pyLode description at: https://raw.githack.com/GeoscienceAustralia/AusPIX-DGGS-ontology/master/auspix.html

  • An AusPIX Integration Table for major Australian geographies. Based on the standard AusPIX DGGS 2.4408 hectare plot, this dataset integrates each major geography with all others in the table. It is a core dataset that describes all the AusPIX DGGS level 10 cells in Australia and extends them into a cross-walk that references point, line, polygon, or grid data to those AusPIX DGGS cells. This table can be easily linked to further integrate and reference any other AusPIX enabled dataset available. The Integration set is designed to allow a wide variety of statistical enquiry, as well as visualisation of data and outputs. For example Python Pandas can consume csv downloads of selected parts of this database to allow employment of all Pandas functions. For visualisation, QGIS can connect (and visualise on the desktop), your SQL queries on the database for example. This table is a 430 million row PostgreSQL database provisioned on AWS. It can be filtered and searched using SQL, and results can be downloaded to CSV. It is a pre-calculated dataset using the 'AusPIX framework for data integration, statistics and visualisation by DGGS Location (linked in "Associations" in the panel on the right). An API over the top of this dataset is available at: https://api.dggs.ga.gov.au/docs

  • The Location Index (Loc-I) project commenced in 2018 and aims to bring together geospatial data from across a number of government sources, making it openly available to government policy developers and decision makers via one central location. This video animation is 3:47 long in MP4 format and describes the Location Index project aims and objectives

  • Short video describing the benefits of applying AusPIX DGGS technology to Australian Government Data integration problems for the Loc-I project. Goes through the basic concept of DGGS and shows how it can be used as a location identifier, and how data can be '"stacked "onto DGGS cell to provide a full description of the location. For management, statistical and visualisation purposes. Link: https://sho.co/1D4AS

  • The source code for the National Composite Gazetteer Linked data API Code located at: https://github.com/GeoscienceAustralia/placenames-dataset for live API instance at: http://linked.data.gov.au/dataset/placenames

  • Online resource API to AusPIX-enable (DGGS enable) spatial datasets for smaller areas of Australia. The main API will accept your geojson file, complete with data attributes, AusPIX DGGS enable it, and return as a download, the finished output. Download includes the features and attributes the source file had in it so the data is actually AusPIX enabled. Both manual and machine readable components are available. A further (2nd) API "test map" API allows the user to draw points, lines, or polygons on the map, and have the area of interest AusPIX DGGS enabled as a returned list of cells. Potentially data for these cells can be searched for in AusPIX Data Integration by Locality tables or using the AusPIX linked Data API. Search for Keyword "AusPIX" for these resources in eCat

  • A live linked-data API that expresses the AusPIX DGGS cells as a database of defined locations , describes the location attributes and maps the each cell onto a landing page . Their are billions of these cells so it is built as a virtual data-base where the AusPIX engine calculates information as required. Human readable and machine readable infrastructure.

  • Ontology for the National Composite Gazetteer (Placenames) data set, API and code base. GitHub repository for ontology: https://github.com/GeoscienceAustralia/Place-Names (needs name to be changed to placenames ontology to suit pattern) PyLode page: https://raw.githack.com/GeoscienceAustralia/Place-Names/master/placenames.html

  • This linked data API allows online access to all the AusPIX cells as a database. All DGGS cells, at all common resolutions, are mapped on individual landing pages, along with descriptors for spatial extent, centroid, neighbours, parent cells and child cells. Includes alternate views in a variety of formats, and can be manually or machine read. This is an online resource for the "AusPIX Data Integration by Locality Framework". It is built as a virtual database where the AusPIX DGGS Engine calculates information on demand. Location of this Linked data API is: https://fsdf.org.au/dataset/auspix/collections/auspix/items/R78523