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The open source architecture of the European Data Portal is now available on GitLab!

The long awaited open source code of the European Data Portal version 1 is now available on GitLab. The accompanying documentation provides a comprehensive overview of all the different components of the portal, guidelines and installation manuals.

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Source Code Diagram

Important note:

Only the source code for the updated or modified open source components is provided. There are no installers / installation programmes included here. The reader should refer to the standard installation process for each open source component, as published on GitLab.

Here is a short overview of the components that are available.

  • CKAN extensions
    Portal's central metadata (dataset) repository
  • Licensing Assistant
    Component to provide legal information on (re-)usage of specific datasets
  • SPARQL Manager
    SPARQL query editor allowing to run SPARQL queries on linked data in the Virtuoso repository
  • map.apps European Data Portal Bundles
    This component provides geospatial visualisations of data that is made available through the portal. I t contains a set of extensions for map.apps. Those extensions and a fully functional app are available that can be used out-of-the-box, specifically developed to meet the setup of the EDP.
    NOTE: This component is based on con terra map.apps (proprietary) that enables visualisation of geospatial data and information. It comes with a variety of map tools and provides thematic focus, a graphical configuration interface, supports responsive web-design, i18n internationalization files and client side implementation of the OSGI specification (JavaScript). A map.apps evaluation licence can be requested on demand (check details at the GitLab repository).
  • map.apps - CKAN proxy
    In order to have access to external services that do not support CORS, a proxy is required for map.apps. This proxy harvests the CKAN API and stores the domains in a whitelist, thus allowing all registered datasets to be proxied.
  • Harvester (Metadata Transformer Service)
    Single entry point component for harvesting data from multiple data sources in different formats and from different APIs
  • Geo-Harvester
    Single entry point component for harvesting geospatial data from multiple Geoportals in different formats and from different APIs
  • Gazetteer
    This is a component providing a geographical dictionary and spatial information.
    NOTE: This component uses FME and smart.finder. FME and smart.finder are used by the Gazetteer as a search tool and a universal spatial ETL provider (Extract-Transform-Load) that supports accessing, processing and outputting of all spatial file / database formats and that is used for harvesting the sources for geographical names. A smart.finder evaluation licence or FME evaluation licence can be requested on demand (check details at the GitLab repository).
  • MQA
    Metadata Quality Assistant: Component to report on the quality of the harvested metadata and to alert helpdesk in case of issues
  • Service to connect to MT @ EC Translation Service
    MT @ EC is the Machine Translation Services of the European Commission used for translation of the metadata into all of the supported languages by the portal. The service that connects to MT @ EC is published as open source.
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Access the source code on GitLab

Do you have any questions? Feel free to contact the European Data Portal team using the helpdesk