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Whilst DWBP recommends the use of Linked Data, it also promotes best practices for data on the Web in other open formats such as CSV. Methods for sharing tabular data, including CSV files, in a way that maximizes the potential of the Web to make links between data points, are described in the Tabular Data Primer [Tabular-Data-Primer].

The format in which data is made available to consumers is a key aspect of making that data usable. The best, most flexible access mechanism in the world is pointless unless it serves data in formats that enable use and reuse. Below we detail Best Practices in selecting formats for your data, both at the level of files and that of individual fields. W3C encourages the use of formats that can be used by the widest possible audience and processed most readily by computing systems. Source formats, such as database dumps or spreadsheets, used to generate the final published format, are out of scope. This document is concerned with what is actually published rather than internal systems used to generate the published data.

Providing easy access to data on the Web enables both humans and machines to take advantage of the benefits of sharing data using the Web infrastructure. By default, the Web offers access using Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) methods. This provides access to data at an atomic transaction level. This might be through the simple bulk download of a file or, where data is distributed across multiple files or requires more sophisticated retrieval methods, through an API. The two basic methods, bulk download and API, are not mutually exclusive.

In the bulk download approach, data is generally pre-processed server side where multiple files or directory trees of files are provided as one downloadable file. When bulk data is being retrieved from non-file system solutions, depending on the data user communities, the data publisher can offer APIs to support a series of retrieval operations representing a single transaction.

Aside from helping to automate real-time data pipelines, APIs are suitable for all kinds of data on the Web. Though they generally require more work than posting files for download, publishers are increasingly finding that delivering a well documented, standards-based, stable API is worth the effort.

The MyCity transit agency may have a large dataset with arrival times for the various transit modes that was collected over an entire year. The data might be stored as a CSV file for each month. Suppose the agency wants to make that data available as a bulk download containing all the CSV files, for a hackathon. Since all the arrival data for all the transit services would be a lot of data, and they want to provide all the months together as one dataset, they might offer it as a single-file, compressed archive (tarred and gzipped).

A dataset is defined as a collection of data, published or curated by a single agent, and available for access or download in one or more formats. A dataset does not have to be available as a downloadable file.

A distribution represents a specific available form of a dataset. Each dataset might be available in different forms; these forms might represent different formats of the dataset or different endpoints. Examples of distributions include a downloadable CSV file, an API or an RSS feed 041b061a72


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