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Implementer's note: The WG is considering a change to the normalization algorithm to improve the coverage of the integrity checking rules. Please see  for details and respond if this would cause problems.
A summary of known implementations of Data Cube is given below.
|Reporter||Description||Link (if public)||Conformance|
|Dave Reynolds||Environment Agency, Bathing water quality. Data Cubes are used to represent but current and history weekly and annual assessments of quality of water at bathing locations in England and Wales||http://environment.data.gov.uk|
|Dave Reynolds||COINS. The UK treasury Combined Online Information System dataset for 2010 was released as Linked Data using the Data Cube vocabulary.||http://data.gov.uk/resources/coins|
|Dave Reynolds||Local government payments. A number of UK Local Authorities have published Linked Data describing payments made to suppliers. This was achieved via the payments ontology, an extension of the Data Cube vocabulary.||http://data.gov.uk/resources/payments|
|Dave Reynolds||Weather forecasts. The UK MetOffice has develop a beta service to publish site-specific weather forecasts, using the Data Cube vocabulary to represent the forecast values.|
|Peter Winstanley ||Consumption data. Scottish Government have made use of the RDF Data Cube vocabulary for the publication of utilities consumption data.||http://cofog01.data.scotland.gov.uk/|
|Leigh Dodds ||NHS performance statistics|
|Leigh Dodds || DOPA project. Used DataCube to define how to surface Linked Data from a
statistical data platform.
|Bill Roberts||opendatacommunities.org Over 50 datasets from the UK Department of Communities and Local Government including housing, well-being and deprivation.||http://opendatacommunities.org/themes|
|Ørnulf Risnes ||Nesstar visualization. Under development by Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD),|
|Sarven Capadisli ||Linked SDMX Data. Linked data publication of statistical data from IMF, OECD, FAO, BFS, ECB, World Bank, Transparency International.||http://imf.270a.info/ http://oecd.270a.info/ http://bfs.270a.info/ http://fao.270a.info/ http://ecb.270a.info/ http://worldbank.270a.info/ http://transparency.270a.info/|
|Benedikt Kämpgen ||Eurostat Linked Data Wrapper. Linked data publication of statistical SDMX data from Eurostat using the RDF Data Cube Vocabulary.||http://estatwrap.ontologycentral.com/|
|Benedikt Kämpgen ||SEC Edgar Linked Data Wrapper. Data Cubes are used to represent XBRL data from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. For example, those cubes are used in the Financial Information Observation System (FIOS) .||http://edgarwrap.ontologycentral.com/|
|Benedikt Kämpgen ||Global Health Observatory Dataset. Data Cubes are used to represent WHO's Global Health Observatory (http://apps.who.int/ghodata/) dataset (http://gho.aksw.org/).||http://gho.aksw.org/|
|Benedikt Kämpgen ||ISTAT Immigration. This dataset collects official statistical data about immigration in Italy, provided by the Italian National Institute of Statistics (dati.istat.it). Data is represented by means of the Data Cube vocabulary.||http://www.linkedopendata.it/datasets/istat-immigration|
|Michael Martin ||CubeViz - the RDF DataCube browser is a tool dealing with statistics represented with the RDF DataCube vocabulary.||http://aksw.org/Projects/CubeViz.html||N/A (viewer)|
|Jose Emilio Labra Gayo ||Computex. This implementation is called Computex (Computational Statistical Indexes). It can be seen as an extension of RDF Data Cube to represent statistical indexes that can be automatically computed using SPARQL queries.||https://github.com/weso/computex||All IC pass |
|Jose Emilio Labra Gayo ||Computex validator. Validator, which will also validate RDF Data Cube data, is in development.||https://github.com/weso/computex||N/A|
|(via Phil Archer)||TabLinker. Converts manually annotated Microsoft Excel workbooks to the RDF Data Cube vocabulary.||https://github.com/Data2Semantics/TabLinker||N/A|
|(via Phil Archer)||LOD2 Validator: validates the integrity constraints defined in the W3C RDF Data Cube specification and automatic repair of observed/identified errors. Part of the LOD2 Statistical workbench.||http://ict-act.org/proceedings/2013/htmls/papers/icti2013_submission_01.pdf||N/A|
|Ghislain Atemezing ||Eurecom, School statistics application: provides stats on French schools using a vocabulary that extends Data Cube||http://semantics.eurecom.fr/datalift/PerfectSchool/#school/|
|Ghislain Atemezing ||Linked Data Cubes Explorer (LDCX): LDCX takes in the URI of a dataset, loads it from Linked Data, executes the normalisation algorithm and integrity checks, and allows users to create pivot tables from the dataset. As such, LDCX may be useful to two groups: 1) Users of statistical Linked Data that want to explore a dataset and 2) Publishers of statistical Linked Data that want to validate their publication.||http://www.ldcx.linked-data-cubes.org:8000/ldcx-trunk/ldcx/ld-cubes-explorer.html||N/A|