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92/additional metadata +Additional metadata that may be available for a dataset. Such metadata may conform to an existing standard (e.g., FGDC Metadata Standard).
92/agency data series page +The URL link (and name, if applicable) to the agency web page where the link to the dataset is located. This is different from the URL for the actual dataset.
92/category +The category identifies the type of dataset (e.g., administrative, geospatial, research, statistical). Some types of data have additional metadata requirements.
92/citation +The recommended reference citation to be used to cite the dataset.
92/collection mode +Identifies the modality of the instrument used to gather data for the dataset (e.g., phone/paper, phone/computer, person/paper, person/computer, web, fax, other).
92/data collection instrument +Identifies the specific instrument or tool (e.g., form, survey questionnaire) used to collect the data in the dataset corresponding to the collection mode.
92/data dictionary variable list +A database used for data that refers to the use and structure of other data; that is, a database for the storage of metadata (ANSI X3.172-1990).
92/data gov data category type +The category designation for the entry as either an instantly downloadable raw data file or tool (i.e., data extraction and mining or widget).
92/data quality certification +"Quality" is an encompassing term comprisi "Quality" is an encompassing term comprising objectivity, utility, and integrity. Sometimes these terms are referred to collectively as "quality." Any agency contributing a dataset to Data.gov must certify that the dataset conforms to the agency's information quality guidelines. e agency's information quality guidelines.
92/date released +The date that the dataset was originated.
92/date updated +The date that the dataset was last modified.
92/disclosure avoidance +Techniques (e.g., aggregation) that are applied to statistical data to ensure published data cannot be used to attribute a specific value to an individual.
92/estimation +The approach used to compute statistical quantities based on the observations (e.g., mean, mode, standard deviation).
92/frequency +Frequency of data collection (one-time, annual, hourly, etc.).
92/granularity +The level of detail at which an information object or resource is viewed or described.
92/keywords +Used to describe the content of the resource. The element may use controlled vocabularies or words or phrases that describe the subject or content of the resource.
92/non response adjustment +The approach for adjusting observations to account for missing or incomplete data within a series.
92/privacy and confidentiality +Preserving authorized restrictions on info Preserving authorized restrictions on information access and disclosure, including means for protecting personally identifiable and proprietary information. Any agency contributing a dataset to Data.gov must certify that dissemination of the data is consistent with the agency's responsibilities under the Privacy Act and, if applicable, the Confidential Information Protection and Statistical Efficiency Act of 2002. on and Statistical Efficiency Act of 2002.
92/questionnaire design +A structured approach used to develop a questionnaire or survey that describes the structure and content of the survey instrument and the approach intended to be used for analyzing the survey results.
92/sampling +The procedure used to define the total number of statistical observations (i.e., samples) from an overall population size.
92/seasonal adjustment +A statistical method for removing the effects of seasonal variation of a time series that is used when analyzing non-seasonal trends.
92/series breaks +A discrete event or changes to the sample, the population, their environment, or the survey instrument occurring within a data collection that may affect statistical estimates or inferences.
92/specialized data category designation +The type of dataset (e.g., administrative, geospatial, research, or statistical). Some types of data have additional metadata requirements.
92/statistical characteristics +Summary of statistical characteristics that reflect the overall accuracy and correlation of a statistical data sample relative to the overall population including coefficients of variation, confidence intervals, and variance.
92/statistical methodology +A description of the overall approach used for statistical design, sampling, data collection, statistical analysis, and estimation.
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Dcterms:descriptionDescription may include but is not limited to: an abstract, a table of contents, a graphical representation, or a free-text account of the resource.
Dcterms:hasVersionhttp://dublincore.org/usage/terms/history/#description-006
Dcterms:issued1999-07-02
Dcterms:modified2008-01-14  +
Has typeThis property is a special property in this wiki.TextThis type is among the standard datatypes of this wiki.  +
Imported fromThis property is a special property in this wiki.dc:description (dc)  +
Member ofHttp://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/  +
Rdf:typeRdf:Property  +
Rdfs:commentAn account of the resource.
Rdfs:isDefinedByHttp://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/  +
Rdfs:labelDescription  +
Skos:noteA second property with the same name as this property has been declared in the dcterms: namespace (http://purl.org/dc/terms/). See the Introduction to the document "DCMI Metadata Terms" (http://dublincore.org/documents/dcmi-terms/) for an explanation.
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