Data model MELODA 4.10

Data model in the context of MELODA does not analyse the data model itself but the ability of the publisher to share its data model with other entities and provoke a common standard.

In any case if an standard is not RAND or free, punctuation will be level 1.

Description Weight (%)
Level 1. Not known data model

The data model is not released neither explained.

Examples

1)

15
Level 2. Own ad hoc data model

There are fields designed by the publisher. But the fields are just identified, not explaining the ranges, type and rest of characteristics etc. It is used only by the publisher entity.

Examples

1)

2)

35
Level 3. Own ad hoc data model published

Although the model is designed by the publisher the specification of the fields of the information is available as a separate information, and it is freely allowed to be used by others. Homemade ontology belong to this level.

Examples
1) There is a publish ontology or description freely available

50
Level 4. Local open data model

There is a model standardized by a standardization body / local entity (i.e. national) but is poorly adopted (i.e. new standards, standards not widely adopted). Use of a national public ontology belongs to this level.

Examples

1)

90
Level 5. Global open data model

There is a standardized data model released by a global entity (i.e. supranational, ISO) and/or there is a wide adoption (i.e. when is compulsory by law, etc)

Examples

1)

100

 

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