|skos:||definition||A collection of data, published or curated by a single source, and available for access or download in one or more represenations.|
|rdfs:||comment||A collection of data, published or curated by a single source, and available for access or download in one or more representations.|
|skos:||change note||2018-02 - subclass of dctype:Dataset removed because scope of dcat:Dataset includes several other types from the dctype vocabulary.|
|skos:||editorial note||2020-03-16 A new scopenote added and need to be translated|
- The notion of dataset in DCAT is broad and inclusive, with the intention of accommodating resource types arising from all communities. Data comes in many forms including numbers, text, pixels, imagery, sound and other multi-media, and potentially other types, any of which might be collected into a dataset.
- This class describes the conceptual dataset. One or more representations might be available, with differing schematic layouts and formats or serializations.
- This class represents the actual dataset as published by the dataset provider. In cases where a distinction between the actual dataset and its entry in the catalog is necessary (because metadata such as modification date and maintainer might differ), the catalog record class can be used for the latter.
- dcat:Catalogued resource
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