OTN Page in GitHub
The OTN Hub is built upon Liferay using a number of custom portlets which integrate visualisation modules and other utilities (e.g. marketplace) used in the context of a Hub. The code repository of the OTN Liferay instance is available at https://github.com/opentransportnet/liferay
OTN Mobile App [Beta]
OTN Mobile Version allows users to search for existing datasets, create map compositions and share them on social media. Please note that it's still in beta status with more functionalities (e.g. save of map compositions) to come! The code repository of the OTN Mobile App is available at https://github.com/hslayers/cordova
A user guide is also available at github.com/jezekjan/webglayer/wiki/User-Guide
A visualisation of the UK car accidents data using the library can be found at http://www.opentransportnet.eu/web/guest/app-details?id=1
The RDF Mapping Language (RML - http://rml.io/) provides a solution to model domain-level knowledge derived from multiple heterogeneous data sources, in a scalable, integrable and interoperable fashion as RDF, the prevalent framework for Linked Data. RML formalises mappings which define how data from a specific data source is mapped to RDF triples. These mappings, which are constructed using RDF triples, are interpreted by a RML processor to produce the actual RDF for a data source. RML is defined as a superset of the W3C-recommended mapping language R2RML, that maps data in relational databases to the RDF data model. RML extends R2RML's applicability and broaden R2RML's scope to define mappings of data in other formats too.
Linked transport data and DATEX Format
Click on the link above and find out more information about transforming and managing transport data into Linked Data via the use of DATEX format. Demo use cases, examples and relevant tools for developers can be retrieved for further research and development of new ideas and applications!