[tdwg] Acronym Lookup: Webinar - Getty Vocabulary Program OpenRefine reconciliation service

Simpson, Annie asimpson at usgs.gov
Wed Jul 22 17:27:07 UTC 2020

DCMI - Dublin Core Metadata Initiative
ULAN - Union List of Artist Names
AAT - Art and Architecture Thesaurus
TGN - Thesaurus of Geographic Names
URI - Uniform Resource Identifier
MLIS - Master of Library and Information Science
CIDOC - International Committee for Documentation
ICOM - International Council of Museums

See also: https://www.dublincore.org/specifications/dublin-core/usageguide/glossary/

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Annie Simpson, biologist and information scientist
BioFoundational Data Team, Science Analytics & Synthesis Program
U.S. Geological Survey HQ
asimpson at usgs.gov
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Perhaps someone could provide an acronym glossary to this announcement ;-)


On Tue, 21 Jul 2020 at 13:37, <announce at dublincore.net<mailto:announce at dublincore.net>> wrote:
[apologies for cross-posting]

DCMI is pleased to announce the second in its new series of webinars!

Richard Ward will give a tutorial on the Getty Vocabulary Program's new OpenRefine reconciliation service for aligning data records to ULAN, AAT, and TGN, including matching terms, cleaning data, and grabbing URIs from the Vocabularies' Linked Open Data. The first half of the presentation will be a general overview of how the service works and its benefits, and the second will focus on advanced techniques.

Jonathan Ward is the Senior Editor of the Getty Vocabulary Program. He has over 20 years' experience working with thesaurus construction and terminologies for the arts and museum community. He has an MLIS from San José State University and is currently the Vice-Chair of CIDOC, ICOM's International Committee for Documentation.

The webinar will take place on August 20, 2020, 15:00 UTC

Full details, including a time-zone conversion and instructions on how to join the webinar:


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