Re: Standard DTDs/Templates
Perhaps there are other standards bodies that deal with this, but here is a starting point. A quick Google turned up US Government activity in this area. http://geology.usgs.gov/tools/metadata/standard/metadata.html Parang Saraf wrote: > Hey, > > I am relatively new in the XML field. I am designing a database for a > project on the events recorded from oceans. > > Someone told me that there is an international agency that has defined > some standard DTDs/Templates for XML and one should design the > database according to them. My database is storing information > obtained from buoys located at the Gulf of Maine and the information > is like salanity at different depths, wind speed and direction, > pressure at different depths etc. > > I did some google searching but was not able to find anything related > to this. It would be a great help if you could provide me with a link > to the site where they store such information or the name of the > agency or something helpful. > > Thanks and Regards > Parang Saraf > parang.saraf@g... <mailto:parang.saraf@g...>
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