DSPL Tutorial XML File

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The following is the DSPL XML file for the dataset described in the Tutorial.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<dspl xmlns="http://schemas.google.com/dspl/2010"
    xmlns:geo="http://www.google.com/publicdata/dataset/google/geo"
    xmlns:geo_usa="http://www.google.com/publicdata/dataset/google/geo/us"
    xmlns:time="http://www.google.com/publicdata/dataset/google/time"
    xmlns:quantity="http://www.google.com/publicdata/dataset/google/quantity"
    xmlns:entity="http://www.google.com/publicdata/dataset/google/entity">

  <import namespace="http://www.google.com/publicdata/dataset/google/time"/>
  <import namespace="http://www.google.com/publicdata/dataset/google/quantity"/>
  <import namespace="http://www.google.com/publicdata/dataset/google/entity"/>
  <import namespace="http://www.google.com/publicdata/dataset/google/geo"/>
  
  <info>
    <name>
      <value>My statistics</value>
    </name>
    <description>
      <value>Some very interesting statistics about countries</value>
    </description>
    <url>
      <value>http://www.stats-bureau.com/mystats/info.html</value>
    </url>
  </info>

  <provider>
    <name>
      <value>Bureau of Statistics</value>
    </name>
    <url>
      <value>http://www.stats-bureau.com</value>
    </url>
  </provider>

  <topics>
    <topic id="geography">
      <info>
        <name><value>Geography</value></name>
      </info>
    </topic>
    <topic id="social_indicators">
      <info>
        <name><value>Social indicators</value></name>
      </info>
      <topic id="population_indicators">
        <info>
          <name><value>Population indicators</value></name>
        </info>
      </topic>
      <topic id="poverty_and_income">
        <info>
          <name><value>Poverty & income</value></name>
        </info>
      </topic>
      <topic id="health">
        <info>
          <name><value>Health</value></name>
        </info>
      </topic>
    </topic>
  </topics>

  <concepts>
    <!-- As noted in the tutorial, this concept should extend quantity:amount.-->
    <concept id="population">
      <info>
        <name>
          <value>Population</value>
        </name>
        <description>
          <value>Size of the resident population.</value>
        </description>
      </info>
      <topic ref="population_indicators"/>
      <type ref="integer"/>
    </concept>

    <!-- This country concept is defined for educational purposes only. A country
    concept exists in the Google geo dataset. See:

    http://code.google.com/apis/publicdata/docs/canonical/geo.html --> 
    <concept id="country" extends="geo:location">
      <info>
        <name>
          <value>Country</value>
        </name>
        <description>
          <value>My list of countries</value>
        </description>
      </info>
      <type ref="string"/>
      <property id="name">
        <info>
          <name><value xml:lang="en">Country name</value></name>
          <description>
            <value xml:lang="en">The official name of the country</value>
          </description>
        </info>
        <type ref="string"/>
      </property>
      <table ref="countries_table"/>
    </concept>

    <!-- This US state concept is defined for educational purposes only. A US state
      concept exists in the Google geo US dataset. See:

      http://code.google.com/apis/publicdata/docs/canonical/geo.us.html --> 
    <concept id="state" extends="geo:location">
      <info>
        <name>
          <value>State</value>
        </name>
        <description>
          <value>US states</value>
        </description>
      </info>
      <type ref="string"/>
      <property concept="country" isParent="true"/>
      <table ref="states_table"/>
    </concept>

    <concept id="gender" extends="entity:entity">
      <info>
          <name>
          <value>Gender</value>
        </name>
        <description>
          <value>Gender, Male or Female</value>
        </description>
        <pluralName><value>Genders</value></pluralName>
        <totalName><value>Both genders</value></totalName>
      </info>
      <type ref="string"/>
      <table ref="genders_table"/>
    </concept>

    <concept id="unemployment_rate" extends="quantity:rate">
      <info>
        <name>
          <value>unemployment rate</value>
        </name>
        <description>
          <value>The percent of the labor force that is unemployed, not seasonally
            adjusted.</value>
        </description>
        <url><value>http://www.bls.gov/cps/cps_htgm.htm</value></url>
      </info>
      <topic ref="social_indicators"/>
      <type ref="float"/>
      <attribute id="is_percentage">
        <type ref="boolean"/>
        <value>true</value>
      </attribute>
    </concept>

  </concepts>

  <slices>
    <slice id="countries_slice">
      <dimension concept="country"/>
      <dimension concept="time:year"/>
      <metric concept="population"/>
      <table ref="countries_slice_table"/>
    </slice>

    <slice id="states_slice">
      <dimension concept="state"/>
      <dimension concept="time:year"/>
      <metric concept="population"/>
      <metric concept="unemployment_rate"/>
      <table ref="states_slice_table"/>
    </slice>

    <slice id="countries_gender_slice">
      <dimension concept="country"/>
      <dimension concept="gender"/>
      <dimension concept="time:year"/>
      <metric concept="population"/>
      <table ref="countries_gender_slice_table"/>
    </slice>

  </slices>

  <tables>
    <table id="countries_table">
      <column id="country" type="string"/>
      <column id="name" type="string"/>
      <column id="latitude" type="float"/>
      <column id="longitude" type="float"/>
      <data>
        <file format="csv" encoding="utf-8">countries.csv</file>
      </data>
    </table>

    <table id="countries_slice_table">
      <column id="country" type="string"/>
      <column id="year" type="date" format="yyyy"/>
      <column id="population" type="integer"/>
      <data>
        <file format="csv" encoding="utf-8">country_slice.csv</file>
      </data>
    </table>

    <table id="states_table">
      <column id="state" type="string"/>
      <column id="name" type="string"/>
      <column id="country" type="string">
        <value>US</value>
      </column>
      <column id="latitude" type="float"/>
      <column id="longitude" type="float"/>
      <data>
        <file format="csv" encoding="utf-8">states.csv</file>
      </data>
    </table>

    <table id="states_slice_table">
      <column id="state" type="string"/>
      <column id="year" type="date" format="yyyy"/>
      <column id="population" type="integer"/>
      <column id="unemployment_rate" type="float"/>
      <data>
        <file format="csv" encoding="utf-8">state_slice.csv</file>
      </data>
    </table>

    <table id="genders_table">
      <column id="gender" type="string"/>
      <column id="name" type="string"/>
      <data>
        <file format="csv" encoding="utf-8">genders.csv</file>
      </data>
    </table>

    <table id="countries_gender_slice_table">
      <column id="country" type="string"/>
      <column id="gender" type="string"/>
      <column id="year" type="date" format="yyyy"/>
      <column id="population" type="integer"/>
      <data>
        <file format="csv" encoding="utf-8">gender_country_slice.csv</file>
      </data>
    </table>
  </tables>

</dspl>