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Add sector materials and other CL relevant tags
Created on Thursday 11 February 2021, 10:32Back to task list
Assigned toPaul Hoekman
SubscribersCarolin BellstedtPaul Hoekman
(This is a task for Paul, since he said he will have to implement this.)
For CL, we require tags for the materials, because the SCA is material specific AND because the layers are set up in such a way that they are sector and material agnostic, so the tags help to keep an overview and identify what a dataset is about, especially if the title doesn't make that evident. For the material tags, we need 1 tag per each of the 11 construction and 12 biomass sector materials. I've made an overview of those in this spreadsheet. Paul, you will see the materials listed in column B. Some of them have their own material code from the Eurostat MFA material catalog that we had on the old site too, in case that helps or makes a difference (?). I will discuss with Aris tomorrow about those that don't have this MFA code. Maybe we will use CPA codes, those which we also have on STAF as material catalogue.
In addition, we require the following tags:
We need those latter ones, when the CL cities add datasets to Layer 2 (from Feb 22 on, but need to make videos on how to do it the week before). I envision, that when someone adds a dataset on actors related to vegetables in "2.2. Manufacturing", they should tag with "actors" and "vegetables" and/or "biomass" respectively. I think the sector tag (biomass/construction) helps here, because for the cities that work on both sectors, they can use those tags in the filter function to see what they have. Does this make sense to you too Paul?
We will make clear to the cities that this is only to keep track of what is in the uploaded document. So it is only informative and not to make new progress bars etc. and they can use a google sheet instead to see how complete their info is.