julius at mingle.io
Wed Sep 4 08:04:50 BST 2013
May be someone competent on CKAN could help me find out if integration of "comp" would be feasible in CKAN and what datastore functionality it could/has to/should support.
Pabitra, regarding the architecture behind "comp", I'm happy to write you more about it, but don't want to spam this mailing list with those details. I'll drop you another email.
On Sep 4, 2013, at 7:27 AM, Pabitra Dash wrote:
> Hello Julius,
> Thanks for responding to my email. It is great to know about mingle.io. We are definitely looking for functionalities similar to mingle.io in terms of searching data within a file. We are developing our web application on top of CKAN. Searching data within a file and being able to download a subset of data from a file is a core functionality that we need to develop. If "comp" can be integrated into CKAN that would be great. I am not sure if the CKAN datastore functionality is similar to your "comp" module.
> I would be interested to learn about the architecture behind "comp".
> Subject: Re: [ckan-discuss] DataStore
> From: julius at mingle.io
> Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2013 17:25:27 +0200
> To: pkdash_reena at hotmail.com
> Hello Pabitra,
> I'm not from the CKAN team neither I am an expert in CKAN. However, I'd like to see more in details what your needs are. We, our company - mingle.io, are currently looking into integrating our technology into CKAN.
> We've developed a powerful "datastore" if you like. It's a simple process which exposes any structured file through a queryable API over HTTP. You can see it deployed on our web site - https://mingle.io or play with it locally. we call it "comp", it's open source and available on github - https://github.com/ostap/comp
> Are you interested to know more about it? From your post I understood you're looking for a simple way to query information from possibly large files of different format. I believe this is a good match for the "comp" tool mentioned earlier.
> Julius Chrobak
> co-founder of mingle.io - query API for Open Data
> @julochrobak / +41 44 830 00 33
> Am 03.09.2013 um 16:27 schrieb Pabitra Dash <pkdash_reena at hotmail.com>:
> Hello Everyone,
> I am very keen on learning about DataStore capabilities. We have a huge need for data subsetting from large data files of various format types. I was wondering if anyone can point me to one or more CKAN based sites where I can see/experience DataStore functionalities.
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