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The EThOS UKETD_DC application profile. This is the core set of metadata for UK theses which was developed to ensure all theses are described in a clear and consistent way, allowing users to find the theses they seek and institutions to share the data between repositories where required. Electronic Theses Online Service (EThOS) Generic / peripheral - Application profile
The Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System The Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System generally referred to as "Harmonized System" or simply "HS" is a multipurpose international product nomenclature developed by the World Customs Organization (WCO). The HS is the trade classification most widely used in the world. Commodities are generally classified according to raw or basic material, to the degree of processing, the use or function and economic activities. HS is a detailed listing of commodities rather than a proper classification for the purpose of organizing official statistics. It comprises about 5,000 commodity groups; each identified by a six digit code, arranged in a legal and logical structure and is supported by well-defined rules to achieve uniform classification. The system is used by more than 200 countries and economies as a basis for their Customs tariffs and for the collection of international trade statistics. Over 98 % of the merchandise in international trade is classified in terms of the HS. It is also extensively used by governments, international organizations and the private sector for many other purposes such as internal taxes, trade policies, monitoring of controlled goods, rules of origin, freight tariffs, transport statistics, price monitoring, quota controls, compilation of national accounts, and economic research and analysis. The HS is thus a universal economic language and code for goods, and an indispensable tool for international trade. World Customs Organization, United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) Food and agriculture Agro- Economics, Business and Industry; Food and Human Nutrition; Plant Science and Plant Products Classification scheme
The International Statistical Institute Glossary The ISI glossary of statistical terms in a number of languages some of which use special characters International Statistics Institute Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Glossary
The NetCDF Markup Language (NcML) NcML is an XML representation of netCDF metadata, (approximately) the header information one gets from a netCDF file with the "ncdump -h" command. NcML is similar to the netCDF CDL (network Common data form Description Language), except, of course, it uses XML syntax. NcML development is happening on two fronts: - NcML-2.2 as implemented by the NetCDF-Java library. - NcML-Gml is an extension of ncML core schema, based on GML grammar. Unidata, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Meteorology and Climatology Schema / element set
The RDF Data Cube Vocabulary The standard provides a means to publish multi-dimensional data, such as statistics, on the web in such a way that it can be linked to related data sets and concepts using the W3C RDF (Resource Description Framework) standard. The model underpinning the Data Cube vocabulary is compatible with the cube model that underlies SDMX (Statistical Data and Metadata eXchange), an ISO standard for exchanging and sharing statistical data and metadata among organizations. W3C Generic / peripheral Information Management Ontology
The Statistical Core Vocabulary The Statistical Core Vocabulary (scovo) lets you describe statistical information on the Web of Data. Three basic concepts are used: a dataset, representing the container of some data, such as a table holding some data in its cells; a data item, representing a single piece of data (e.g. a cell in a table); a dimension, representing some kind of unit of a single piece of data (for example a time period, location, etc.). WARNING: The SCOVO vocabulary is deprecated. We strongly advise to use the Data Cube Vocabulary instead. Joannem Research Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Schema / element set
The Unified Medical Dictionary The Unified Medical Dictionary (UMD) is an English/Arabic Medical Dictionary, which was originally compiled in the late 1960s/early 1970s on the recommendation and as a result of an initiative by the Arab Medical Union. UMD is divided into several specialized dictionaries such as Biology, Biomedical ethics, Food safety, Informatics, Nutrition and dietetics, Tropical Medicine, Zoology, etc. It also includes a specialized archive. - Generic / peripheral - Dictionary
The Virtual International Authority File The VIAF® (Virtual International Authority File) combines multiple name authority files into a single OCLC-hosted name authority service. The goal of the service is to lower the cost and increase the utility of library authority files by matching and linking widely-used authority files and making that information available on the Web. - Generic / peripheral - Name authority list
The Web NDL Authorities The Web NDL Authorities Service provides name authorities and subject headings as Linked Data. Although the service has only Japanese UI, almost all records have English transcription so that you can search names/headings by English words. It offers about a million authority records as 15M RDF triples. Each record is described with such vocabularies as SKOS, SKOS-XL, DC and RDA Elements G2. Records are linked to LCSH, VIAF etc. with SKOS mapping properties where applicable. National Diet Library of Japan Generic / peripheral Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations Name authority list
Thesaurus Agrícola Nacional O Thesagro é de responsabilidade da Biblioteca Nacional de Agricultura - BINAGRI, órgão da Secretaria Executiva do Ministério da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento. A sua primeira edição foi publicada em junho de 1979. É um vocabulário especializado em agricultura e áreas correlatas, utilizado para indexação e recuperação dos documentos conforme as diretrizes da UNESCO, ou seja, normas estabelecidas pela United Nations Information System - Unisist do documento Principles directeurs pour Létablissement et le développement the thesaurus monolingues (SC/WS/555, Paris, 1973) Biblioteca Nacional de Agricultura (BINAGRI) Food and agriculture - Thesaurus
Thésaurus de l'Institut Agronomique Méditerranéen de Montpellier C'est une liste de mot-clés, organisés, qui permettent aux documentalistes de décrire la thématique et le contenu des documents La partie supérieure vous renvoie les mot-clés correspondants à votre recherche. Un clic sur un des mot-clés de la partie supérieure vous affiche dans la partie inférieure plus d'informations sur le mot-clés choisi et d'éventuels renvois Institut Agronomique Méditerranéen de Montpellier (IAMM) Food and agriculture - Thesaurus
Thésaurus Fondation pour la Recherche sur la Biodiversité Ce thesaurus a été élaboré selon un classement thématique à deux niveaux hiérarchiques. Chaque chapitre se voit associer un nombre limité de mots-clés (généralement moins de 50). Afin d’éviter les redondances de mots-clés, chacun de ceux-ci est attribué à une ou deux thématiques maximum. Fondation pour la Recherche sur la Biodiversité Food and agriculture Breeding and Genetic Improvement; Plant Science and Plant Products Thesaurus
Thesaurus for Animal Physiology and Livestock Systems TriPhase is a large thesaurus in the domain of animal physiology and livestock designed by INRA. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) Food and agriculture Animal Science and Animal Products Ontology
Thesaurus for Soil Invertebrate Trait-based Approaches The T-SITA proposes a non-exhaustive, semantically structured, list of traits and ecological preferences. Terms are organized into a conceptual hierarchical tree with their fathers and sons ("Browse hierarchy" tab). Each term is conceptually included into its father term. For instance, the "Reproduction type" trait term was included in the father term "Physiology". It means that the concept linked to the "Reproduction type" term is included into the concept linked to the "Physiology" term. "Reproduction type" has two son terms: "Asexual reproduction" and "Sexual reproduction". It means that the concepts linked to the "Asexual reproduction" and "Sexual reproduction" terms are included into the concept linked to the "Reproduction type" term. Each term is typified by a unit. Traits and ecological preferences terms are identified by having either a numerical unit or being "categorical". Quantitative traits/ecological preferences are informed by numerical values and have therefore a numerical unit. For instance, the unit of the "body length" trait term is mm. Otherwise, qualitative traits/ecological preferences are informed by textual data Centre de synthèse et d'analyse sur la biodiversité (CESAB) Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment; Physical and Chemical Sciences Thesaurus
Thesaurus for the Social Sciences The Thesaurus for the Social Sciences (Thesaurus Sozialwissenschaften) is a crucial instrument for the content-oriented search by keywords in SOFIS and SOLIS. The list of keywords contains about 12,000 entries, of which more than 8,000 are descriptors (authorised keywords) and about 4,000 non-descriptors. Topics in all of the social science disciplines are included. The Thesaurus for the Social Sciences is also available in interactive form via sowiport. You can choose between alphabetic and systematic lists and between translations in english, german or russian. Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences Generic / peripheral - Thesaurus
Timber Glossary Glossary of terms used in timber harvesting and forest engineering. - Food and agriculture Forest Science and Forest Products Glossary
Time Ontology in OWL (W3C) Ontology of temporal concepts, OWL-Time (formerly DAML-Time), for describing the temporal content of Web pages and the temporal properties of Web services. The ontology provides a vocabulary for expressing facts about topological relations among instants and intervals, together with information about durations, and about datetime information.  W3C Generic / peripheral Information Management Ontology
TMY3 (Typical Meteorological Year) The TMY3s are data sets of hourly values of solar radiation and meteorological elements for a 1-year period. Their intended use is for computer simulations of solar energy conversion systems and building systems to facilitate performance comparisons of different system types, configurations, and locations in the United States and its territories. Because they represent typical rather than extreme conditions, they are not suited for designing systems to meet the worst-case conditions occurring at a location. TMY, TMY2 and TMY3 data sets cannot be used interchangeably because of differences in time (solar versus local), formats, elements, and units. Unless they are revised, computer programs designed for TMY and TMY2 data will not work with TMY3 data. NREL provides a conversion program to reformat TMY3 data to TMY2 data (see the Software section below.) US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Meteorology and Climatology Binary / text data format, Messaging standard
Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies Ontology An ontology of Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSEs) and the associated risks of transmission. In particular it focuses on source material, processing, and end-product use. University of Maryland Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Ontology
TUBITAK Food Ontology We built food ontology primarily to support comparative effectiveness researchers studying food components or ingredients data. Food Ontology Knowledgebase (FOKB) is developed in English and Turkish that contains details of food ingredients such as their codes (e-codex or codex numbers) and also side effects of them such as allergy. Initially, the first stage of the research project was funded in 2013 by TUBITAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey- http://www.tubitak.gov.tr/en) – 1512 Progressive Entrepreneurship Support Program (Project No: 2120357, “Semantic-based Personal Safe Food Consumption System for Allergic Individuals via Smart Devices”) by the Semantica Trd. Ltd. Co (http://www.semantica.com.tr/en). The initial proposal of the first stage project is presented in Hindawi Publishing Corporation http://www.hindawi.com- The Scientific World Journal with the title “FoodWiki: Ontology-driven Mobile Safe Food Consumption System”. After that, another project as an extension of the first stage project was funded again by TUBITAK toward the end of 2014. It is titled “Artificial Intelligence-based Mobile System for Conscious Food Consumption through Ontology” and recorded with the project number 3140417 in cooperation with Semantica Internet and Software Services Trd. Ltd. Co. and Acıbadem Hospitals Group in consultation with Asst. Prof. Dr. Duygu Çelik. Copyrights of the Food Ontology Knowledgebase (FOKB) and FoodWiki system are reserved by Semantica Trd. Ltd. Co and Acıbadem Hospitals Group (http://www.acibademinternational.com/). Semantica Trd. Ltd. Co, The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Ontology
Uberon multi-species anatomy ontology An integrated cross-species anatomy ontology covering animals and bridging multiple species-specific ontologies - Food and agriculture Animal Science and Animal Products; Breeding and Genetic Improvement; Organisms Ontology
UCMP Glossary, Multi-volume Glossary of BiologicalTerms The terms in this glossary are valuable to practicing biologists and paleontologists in various fields. It can be browsed alphabetically or by volume. - Food and agriculture Agricultural Research, Technology and Engineering Glossary
UK Academic Geospatial Metadata Application Profile The UK Academic Geospatial Metadata Application Profile, Version 2.1 (UK AGMAP 2.1), for Dataset and Dataset Series and Geo Services, is a template designed to support the documentation and discovery of spatial datasets and dataset series and geo services within Higher and Further Education. Both UK AGMAP 2.1 profiles contain all the elements found in the online Geodoc Metadata Editor Tool form to create compliant metadata records for publication on the GoGeo portal or other geo-portals which support ISO 19115, FGDC, UK GEMINI 2.1, INSPIRE, Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) and Dublin Core. Geo Services Generic / peripheral Geospatial and geopolitical domain Application profile
UK Archival Thesaurus UKAT is a subject thesaurus which has been created to support indexing and searching in the UK archive sector. UKAT should promote greater consistency in the subject indexes created by individual archive repositories, and by the projects which make up the strands of the emerging national archives network. Any gateway (or gateways) created for the network, such as that proposed by the Linking Arms project, will need a common terminology to ensure that users' subject searches retrieve all relevant records, across all the sets of data linked to the gateway. A shared standard for subject indexing will help the national archives network to achieve its subject searching potential, benefitting both archive services and their users.The backbone of UKAT is the UNESCO Thesaurus (UNESCO), a high-level thesaurus with terminology covering education, science, culture, the social and human sciences, information and communication, politics, law and economics. UNESCO was used as the basis for UKAT because of its adoption for indexing purposes by a number of archives and archive projects, including the National Archives, Archives in London and M25 Area (AIM25), Access to Archives (A2A), CASBAH (Caribbean, Black and Asian Studies), Gateway to Archives of Scottish Higher Education (GASHE), MUNDUS (missionary archives), and the Archives Hub (which also uses Library of Congress Subject Headings). However, while UNESCO covers a broad range of subject areas, it often lacks the depth of detailed terminology required by archives for indexing. It was therefore decided that UKAT should extend and adapt UNESCO to incorporate indexing terms which repositories and projects had devised themselves or incorporated from other schemes, such as Library of Congress Subject Headings or the British Education Thesaurus. UKAT has thus been created as a thesaurus conforming to international standards, with the coherent structure of UNESCO, but also significantly enhanced to include terms of relevance to the archive community and its users. Particular emphasis has been given to incorporating terms reflecting the histories and experiences of groups which are under-represented among archive users, to encourage their participation in the archival heritage in line with national priorities for the sector. University of London Computer Centre (ULCC) Generic / peripheral - Thesaurus
UK Common Metadata Framework The UK LOM Core provides a metadata schema for describing learning resources. UK LOM Core is a UK version of the international IEEE LOM standard (see above). It specifies a "core" set of LOM elements that should be used, and provides guidance on how data should be entered within the LOM's categories. CETIS Metadata and Digital Repository SIG Generic / peripheral - Application profile
UN Central Product Classification The Central Product Classification (CPC) is developed and maintained by the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD). It constitutes a complete product classification covering all goods and services. It serves as an international standard for assembling and tabulating all kinds of data requiring product detail, including statistics on industrial production, domestic and foreign commodity trade, international trade in services, balance of payments, consumption and price statistics and other data used within the national accounts. It provides a framework for international comparison and promotes harmonization of various types of statistics related to goods and services. The first version of the CPC, the Provisional Central Product Classification, was published in 1991. Version 2.1 was published in 2015. The primary purpose of CPC Version 2.1 is to classify the goods and services that are the result of production in any economy. Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations, United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) Food and agriculture Agro- Economics, Business and Industry; Animal Science and Animal Products; Food and Human Nutrition; Plant Science and Plant Products Classification scheme
UN Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (COICOP) The purposes defined in COICOP are based on the classifications of consumer expenditures which national statistical offices have developed for their own use to serve a variety of analytic applications. Although COICOP is not strictly linked to any particular model of consumer behaviour, the classification is designed to broadly reflect differences in income elasticities. United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) Food and agriculture Rural and Agricultural Sociology Classification scheme
UN M.49 area codes (countries and regions) UN M.49 is a standard for area codes used by the United Nations for statistical purposes, developed and maintained by the United Nations Statistics Division. Each area code is a 3-digit number which can refer to a wide variety of geographical, political, or economic regions, like a continent, a country, or a specific group of developed or developing countries. Codes assigned in the system generally do not change when the country or area's name changes (unlike ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 or ISO 3166-1 alpha-3), but instead change when the territorial extent of the country or area changes significantly, although there have been exceptions to this rule. United Nations (UN) Generic / peripheral Geospatial and geopolitical domain Name authority list
UNESCO thesaurus A controlled and structured list of terms used in subject analysis and retrieval of documents and publications in the fields of education, culture, natural sciences, social and human sciences, communication and information. Continuously enriched and updated, its multidisciplinary terminology reflects the evolution of the Organization's programmes and activities. It contains 7,000 terms in English and in Russian, 8,600 terms in French and in Spanish. - Generic / peripheral Education and Agricultural Extension Thesaurus
UniProt Taxonomy Organisms are classified in a hierarchical tree structure. UniProt taxonomy database contains every node (taxon) of the tree. UniProtKB taxonomy data is manually curated: next to manually verified organism names, UniProt  taxonomy provide a selection of external links, organism strains and viral host information UniProt consortium Food and agriculture Organisms; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Taxonomy
United Nations Bibliographical Information System Thesaurus The multilingual UNBIS Thesaurus contains the terminology used in subject analysis of documents and other materials relevant to United Nations programmes and activities. It is multidisciplinary in scope, reflecting the Organization’s wide-ranging concerns. The terms included are meant to reflect accurately, clearly, concisely and with a sufficient degree of specificity, matters of importance and interest to the United Nations. In addition, since the inception of the Thesaurus in 1981, two primary criteria in the selection of descriptors have been: a) consistency with the terminology used by the Organization itself as reflected in its documents; and b) compatibility with terms included in thesauri produced or utilized within the UN System, in order to facilitate exchange of information with other organizations. The organizations of the United Nations System, such as the World Bank, ILO, WHO, FAO, IAEA and Unesco, are lead agencies in their particular areas of activity and their choice of descriptors has been preferred. It is used as the subject authority of the United Nations Bibliographic Information System (UNBIS) and has been incorporated as the subject lexicon of the United Nations Official Document System United Nations Department of Public Information Generic / peripheral - Thesaurus
United Nations Multilingual Terminology Database UNTERM is a multilingual terminology database which provides United Nations nomenclature and special terms in all six official UN languages - English, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Arabic. The database is mainly intended for use by the language and editorial staff of the United Nations to ensure consistent translation of common terms and phrases used within the Organization. - Generic / peripheral - Terminology
Universal Decimal Classification Scheme The Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) is a bibliographic and library classification developed by the Belgian bibliographers Paul Otlet and Henri La Fontaine at the end of the 19th century. UDC provides a systematic arrangement of all branches of human knowledge organized as a coherent system in which knowledge fields are related and inter-linked. Originally based on the Dewey Decimal Classification, the UDC was developed as a new analytico-synthetic classification system with a significantly larger vocabulary and syntax that enables very detailed content indexing and information retrieval in large collections.In its first edition in 1905, the UDC already included many features that were revolutionary in the context of knowledge classifications: tables of generally applicable (aspect-free) concepts - called common auxiliary tables; a series of special auxiliary tables with specific but re-usable attributes in a particular field of knowledge; an expressive notational system with connecting symbols and syntax rules to enable coordination of subjects and the creation of a documentation language proper. Albeit originally designed as an indexing and retrieval system, due to its logical structure and scalability, UDC has become one of the most widely used knowledge organization systems in libraries, where it is used for either shelf arrangement, content indexing or both.UDC codes can describe any type of document or object to any desired level of detail. These can include textual documents and other media such as films, video and sound recordings, illustrations, maps as well as realia such as museum objects. UDC Consortium Generic / peripheral - Classification scheme
US Geological Survey Thesaurus (USGS) Descriptors 676, Nonpreferred terms 872, Scope notes 615, Descriptors 676 ; Nonpreferred terms 872 ; Scope notes 615.. - Generic / peripheral Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Thesaurus
USAID thesaurus The USAID Thesaurus is a tool for the indexing and retrieval of technical and project document information processed by the Center for Development Information and Evaluation (CDIE) of the U.S. Agency for International Development. USAID Knowledge Services Center Generic / peripheral - Thesaurus
USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference The USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference (SR) is the major source of food composition data in the United States. It provides the foundation for most food composition databases in the public and private sectors. As information is updated, new versions of the database are released. This version, Release 28 (SR28), contains data on 8,789 food items and up to 150 food components.  You can either view the data on line or download the data files and documentation in several different formats for use on your computer. An online search is also provided so you can look up the nutrient content of 8,789 different foods directly from the home page. USDA Nutrient Data Laboratory (NDL), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Classification scheme
USDA Soil Taxonomy A Basic System of Soil Classification for Making and Interpreting Soil Surveys. The second edition of Soil Taxonomy: A Basic System of Soil Classification for Making and Interpreting Soil Surveys is the result of the collective experience and contributions of thousands of pedologists from around the world. This new edition includes many improvements. Two new soil orders, Andisols and  elisols, are added. Low-activity clays are defined, and taxa are developed. The Aridisol, Alfisol, Histosol, Inceptisol, Mollisol, Oxisol, Spodosol, and Vertisol orders are updated. Aquic conditions, episaturation, and oxyaquic subgroups are defined. Additions and improvements are made at the family level. Soil Survey Staff, United States Department of Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and agriculture Physical and Chemical Sciences; Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Taxonomy
Variation Ontology Variation Ontology, VariO, is an ontology for standardized, systematic description of effects, consequences and mechanisms of variations. Mauno Vihinen Generic / peripheral - Ontology
vCard vCard is a file format standard for personal data interchange, specifically electronic business cards. vCards are often attached to e-mail messages, but can be exchanged in other ways, such as on the World Wide Web. They contain name and address information, phone numbers, URLs, logos, photographs, and even audio clips. Internet Mail Consortium (IMC) Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
Vertebrate Trait Ontology The Vertebrate Trait Ontology is a controlled vocabulary for the description of traits (measurable or observable characteristics) pertaining to the morphology, physiology, or development of vertebrate organisms. - Food and agriculture Animal Science and Animal Products Ontology
VIVO-ISF Ontology - VIVO-ISF Ontology Working Group, Duraspace Generic / peripheral Agricultural Research, Technology and Engineering Ontology
Water Quality Planning Bureau Library Thesaurus The Water Quality Library Database is indexed using controlled vocabulary from the WQPB Library Thesaurus. This thesaurus was developed to create a standardized vocabulary for water concepts that may be phrased in a variety of ways in the literature, it should be used as a guide to searching keywords in the library. The terms are arranged according to lead terms, together with both broader and narrower hierarchical relationship terms and related terms. USE references are noted to satisfy desirable standardization requirements. Water Quality Planning Bureau (WQPB) Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Thesaurus
WaterML WaterML 2.0 is a standard information model for the representation of water observations data, with the intent of allowing the exchange of such data sets across information systems. Through the use of existing OGC standards, it aims at being an interoperable exchange format that may be re-used to address a range of exchange requirements, some of which are described later in this document. Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Model
Weather Objects Modelling Language (WOML) Development for a GML Application Schema for Meteorological Objects, like weather fronts, rain areas and such, was started at Finnish Meteological Institute in autumn 2008. The primary goal of WOML is to define meteorological phenomena or other objects in a semantically meaningful way by using the OGC GML Feature model as the basis of the language. This is fundamentally different modelling decision compared to more data-oriented feature models, like Climate Science Modelling Language (CSML) in that it models certain feature types differently. Besides, WOML tries to avoid defining any direct visualization hints or rules for its feature types. The decision is done to encourage the users to separate the presentation of the meteorological objects from the data they carry. Finnish Meteological Institute Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Meteorology and Climatology Model, Schema / element set
What We Eat in America (WWEIA) The What We Eat in America (WWEIA) Food Categories provide an application to analyze foods and beverages as consumed in the American diet. Each of the food and beverage items that can be reported in WWEIA, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey are placed in one of the mutually exclusive food categories. This is done by linking each food code contained in the Food and Nutrient Database for Dietary Studies (FNDDS) to one WWEIA category. The focus of this categorization system is on grouping similar foods and beverages together based on usage and nutrient content. This classification scheme includes approximately 150 unique categories. Each category is assigned a 4-digit number and description. Each FNDDS food code is linked to a unique category. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Classification scheme
Wheat Trait Ontology WheatPhenotype is an ontology of wheat traits and environmental factors that affect these traits. They include resistance to disease, development nutrition, bread quality, etc. Environmental factors include biotic and abiotic factors. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
WHO Indicator Metadata Registry (IMR) he GHO "Metadata" view provides the metadata context within which the Observatory's data is organized. Each entry in this view contains details regarding the various dimensions that are used to index and describe the information contained in the Observatory.The GHO data repository is WHO's gateway to health-related statistics for its 194 Member States. It provides access to over 1000 indicators on priority health topics including mortality and burden of diseases, the Millennium Development Goals (child nutrition, child health, maternal and reproductive health, immunization, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, neglected diseases, water and sanitation), non communicable diseases and risk factors, epidemic-prone diseases, health systems, environmental health, violence and injuries, equity among others. World Health Organization (WHO) Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition; Health and Pathology Code list, Data dictionary
WMO Codes Registry The WMO Codes Registry is the mechanism through which the authoritative terms required for WMO AvXML are published as web-accessible resources. The Met Office operates this Service on behalf of WMO. This Registry provides the WMO codes from BUFR and GRIB tables as linked data concepts. World Meteorological Organization Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Meteorology and Climatology Code list
WMO Core Profile of the ISO 19115: Geographic Information - Metadata standard The WMO Core Profile of the ISO 19115: Geographic Information - Metadata standard is used by the WMO Information System (WIS) to create a catalogue of all information that is made available through the WIS. This profile provides a general definition for directory searches and exchange that should be applicable to a wide variety of WMO data sets. World Meteorological Organization Generic / peripheral [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Geospatial and geopolitical domain; Meteorology and Climatology Binary / text data format, Data specification
WMO METEOTERM METEOTERM is the WMO terminology database. It contains specialized terminology in six languages: English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish. It includes the International Meteorological Vocabulary, the International Glossary of Hydrology, and terms from related sciences that appear in WMO documents. World Meteorological Organization Generic / peripheral Meteorology and Climatology; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Glossary, Terminology
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