The .Stat Suite enables the use of readily available software through its API based and open source approach. These software packages are not maintained or packaged by the community for distribution, and have their own licences.
Although the community works with, and uses several companion software’s, we provide no guarantee of use or support. Please contact the maintaining organisation(s) for any questions or support needs.
SDMX Matrix Generator is a tool used to visually model and design SDMX data artefacts, and generate the SDMX-ML markup for implementation. It is an enhancement of the Generic SDMX Design Matrix which has proven to be successful as a collaborative design tool for non-SDMX experts.
The primary goal of the tool is to be able to create the artefacts without a lot of SDMX technical knowledge, and to put the focus on the statistical aspects of the data model.
Statistics Metadata-driven Analysis & Reporting Tool is an R-SDMX solution that acts as a statistical processor and transcoding mechanism that is able to produce datasets processing microdata or aggregate data in several formats, according to the structural metadata read from a Dataflow or DSD. The output files can be generated in diverse formats, intended for analysis, data reporting or to feed a dissemination platform.
It has been seen as a very useful tool to produce SDMX datasets for SDGs (or any) data reporting as a “Swiss knife” approach.
For access to download the installation please contact Eurostat or ISTAT.
The SDMX Converter is a Java application which is actively developed by Eurostat and is published as open source software. It allows for the converting of statistical datasets between different formats including: SDMX-ML 2.0 and 2.1, CSV, EXCEL, GESMES, and DSPL (Google).
The SDMX Converter is used extensively in Eurostat and among the members of the European Statistical System (ESS), and has supported Community projects including in Cambodia.
The Data Structure Wizard (DSW) is a Java standalone desktop application that supports version 2.0 & 2.1 of the SDMX standard. It can be used both offline (with a local repository) and on-line (connected to an SDMX Registry), depending on each user’s preference and access rights.
Another facility of the application is that it offers the possibility to create dynamically a data message template for a specified DSD. These templates can be populated and then sample data files created for transformation to an HTML format and saved locally.
The DSW also provides a mechanism for importing/exporting SDMX-ML 2.0 & 2.1 DSDs and a mechanism for importing/exporting DSDs from/to GESMES/TS structure files. Furthermore, SDMX-ML 2.0 & 2.1 DSDs can be validated against SDMX standard schemes.
The Mapping Assistant facilitates for the mapping between the structural metadata provided by an SDMX-ML Data Structure Definition (DSD) and those that reside in a Dissemination database of a dissemination environment. Mapping Assistant maintains a Mapping Store for keeping the mappings between the SDMX and the local data storage scheme. In the SDMX Reference Infrastructure, the Mapping Assistant provides mapping information to the Data Retriever. The Data Retriever module connects to the Mapping Store database and accesses the appropriate mappings to translate the SDMX-ML queries to SQL for the dissemination database.
OpenRefine (formerly Google Refine) is a free, open source tool for working with messy data: cleaning it; transforming it from one format into another; and extending it with web services and external data.
OpenRefine is available in English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian, Portuguese (Brazil), German, Japanese, Italian, Hungarian, Hebrew, Filipino, Cebuano, Tagalog.
Maintainer: Open Source Community
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