CSV on the Web: new drafts including JSON and RDF conversion

The CSV on the Web Working Group has published four drafts. Alongside updates to the existing Model for Tabular Data and Metadata and Metadata Vocabulary for Tabular Data documents, are two new documents. These describe mechanisms for generating JSON and RDF from tabular data. This work builds on the earlier specifications which describe higher level metadata for tabular data such as CSV. We also anticipate the creation of a W3C Community Group for exploring more advanced mappings that exploit text-oriented templating systems such as Mustache, or W3C’s R2RML. The Working Group welcomes all feedback on its drafts, and in particular solicits review of the new specifications for generating JSON and RDF from tabular data.

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