Difference between revisions of "ISO 19136:2007 Geographic information - Geography Markup Language (GML)"
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|Full name||ISO 19136:2007, Geographic information – Geography Markup Language (GML) (also published as OpenGIS Geography Markup Language (GML) Encoding Standard)|
|Version||ISO: Edition 1
OGC: V 3.2.1
|Published by||ISO/TC 211 and OGC|
|Type of standard||ISO International Standard and OpenGIS Implementation Specification,Application level.|
|Related standard(s)||ISO 19107:2003, Geographic information – Spatial schema,|
ISO 19109:2015, Geographic information – Rules for application schema,
ISO 19118:2011, Geographic information -- Encoding,
ISO 19137:2007, Geographic information – Core profile of the spatial schema.
|Application||GML is an Extensible Markup Language (XML) encoding for transport and storage of geographic information.It is typically used for vector geometry with associated attribute data, such as, a road network or cadastral data. GML is specifically powerful for web processing of geo-spatial data.|
|Implementation benefits||GML is a human readable and machine ‘processable’ encoding which makes it ideal for web data dissemination. GML is based on XML, which brings a number of advantages, such as, XML providing a method for verifying data integrity; the XML structure allowing easy integration of GML data with non-spatial data; and XML transformations. GML allows topology to be encoded in the schema.|