Quotation Di Ciccio, Claudio, Fernandez Garcia, Javier David, Umbrich, Jürgen. 2015. Improving the Usability of Open Data Portals from a Business Process Perspective. In ODQ2015: Open Data Quality: from Theory to Practice Workshop, Hrsg. Network of Excellence in Internet Science, S. 6-10. Munich, Germany: -


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Open Data portals are considered to be the cornerstones of the Open Data movement, as they offer an infrastructure to publish, share and consume public information. From a business perspective, such portals can be seen as a non-profit data marketplace, in which users try to satisfy their demand and offer requirements in several different processes. In this work, we argue that studying these so far unexplored interaction processes bears the potential to make the portals more effective. We first outline a research roadmap to better understand the behaviour of consumers and publishers by mining the interaction logs of Open Data portals. Then, we discuss potential services on the basis of these outcomes, which can be integrated in current portals to optimize the interaction, improve data quality and user experience.

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Contribution to conference proceedings
Language English
Title Improving the Usability of Open Data Portals from a Business Process Perspective
Title of whole publication ODQ2015: Open Data Quality: from Theory to Practice Workshop
Editor Network of Excellence in Internet Science
Page from 6
Page to 10
Location Munich, Germany
Publisher -
Year 2015

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Querying Archives of Dynamic Linked Open Data
European Wide Service Platform for Green European Transportation
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Di Ciccio, Claudio (Former researcher)
Fernandez Garcia, Javier David (Details)
Umbrich, Jürgen (Former researcher)
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Applied Information Technology with Focus on IT in Organization (Details)
Applied Information Technology (Details)
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