Take a look at our showcase. It shows how data models can be configured and how the business objects are displayed in the UI. You can see how iterations are processed in the service, and how data models can be configured differently for each iteration (the component ‘Geographical objects’, for example, is only included from iteration 2019-02-10 on). The users provided (except “writeGEO”) have read-only rights. You cannot configure new business objects or change existing ones. Exports and API GET-requests are possible.
Username: readObjects (access to the business objects, no API access)
Username: readConfiguration (access to the configuration data, no API access)
Username: read (access to the configuration data, business objects and API)
Username: writeGEO (write access to the ‘Geographical objects’ component, no API access)
We have taken data from various open data portals and configured them into a service. In addition to the configuration data of the data models (under ‘Configuration’), you can view the respective data of the business objects:
Common: Common objects that are used in multiple components.
German Meterorological Service: DWD Climate Data Center (CDC), data of different stages of arable crops (“Jahresmelder, aktuell, Version recent, 2018”).
Power plants: Open Power System Data. 2018. Data Package Conventional power plants. Version 2018-02-27. https://data.open-power-system data.org/conventional_power_plants/2018-02-27/. (Primary data from various sources, for a complete list see URL)
Deutsche Bahn (German Railway): Data of the german railway (http://data.deutschebahn.com/dataset?groups=datasets )
Geographical objects: Exemplary geographic objects to illustrate the GEO / GIS functions. Some of the other components (power plants, service centers or stations of the German Meterorological Service) also contain geographical objects, but first from iteration 2019-02-10 on.
Please note, that english descriptions for the business objects are only available from iteration 2019-04-01 on.
You want to provide your own data for the showcase? Then contact us at email@example.com and we will discuss how we can add your data to the showcase.
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