Vocabulary providers

Creating and publishing a vocabulary

Welcome vocabulary providers. This area provides an overview of the major components of the NEII Vocabulary Service and relevant information on creating and publishing a vocabulary.

PoolParty: The PoolParty editor is used to create and manage SKOS compliant vocabularies in the NEII vocabulary service. It also provides a set of advanced features such as workflow management, history & audit trail and visualisation of vocabulary components. It also provides SPARQL endpoints and supports import/export features.

Go to PoolParty editor: https://editor.vocabs.ands.org.au/PoolParty/

RVA Publisher: RVA publisher provides a convenient and user-friendly interface to publish and manage vocabularies. It allows users to view, edit or delete published vocabularies. Currently, the NEII Programme manages the publication of vocabularies on behalf of the data providers.

Read more about RVA Publisher: https://vocabs.ardc.edu.au//vocabs/page/about

RVA Portal: RVA portal allows the general public to search, access and browse vocabularies. It also provides access to download vocabularies in multiple formats and access Linked Data API.

Go to RVA demo environment: https://demo.vocabs.ardc.edu.au/vocabs/

Go to RVA production environment: https://vocabs.ardc.edu.au/

NEII SISSVoc: The NEII Data Management Console provides the ability to pull vocabularies from ARDC SISSVoc to NEII SISSVoc. Access to this console is restricted to NEII Programme team members.

NEII Website: Environmental vocabularies relevant to the National Environmental Information Infrastructure Programme are listed at the NEII Vocabulary Service Portal described by theme, title, custodian details and program. This includes vocabularies created by the NEII programme and partner vocabularies that have been registered with the NEII service.

Go to NEII website – Staging:  http://staging.neii.gov.au/

Go to NEII website – Production: http://www.neii.gov.au/

The Vocabulary Service User manual is available here

Contact us at environment@bom.gov.au for more information on how to publish your vocabulary.