A JSON schema editor and validator for OpenMaker survey data.
It aims data standardization and interoperability between oinsight modules and its third party clients. oinsight is a set of data mining and machine learning functionalities developed under the OpenMaker Project: http://openmaker.eu/
Current version provides a set of command-line tools as well as a python module * to be able to validate a JSON file against its predesigned schema * to be able to inspect and query the design of a JSON schema
Via Python’s standard distribution channel PyPI
pip install omdata
Via its GitHub source
git clone https://github.com/bulentozel/omdata.git
pip install .
Command line tools
Validating a json file against its schema:
om-json validate -q <jsonfile> -s <schemafile>
Inspecting top level major fields/dictionary entries of the data file:
om-schema inspect fields-top -s <schemafile>
Listing all -including the nested ones- fields of an expected data file:
om-schema inspect fields-all -s <schemafile>
Listing all required fields of a json file to be generated:
om-schema inspect fields-required -s <schemafile>
Querying description of each fields:
om-schema inspect questions -s <schemafile>
In the case of OpenMaker survey data implementation this corresponds to a query to see the mapping between a survey question and the corresponding json entry.
In other applications
>>> import omdata
For the details see the Jupyter Notebook Tutorial
Publishing the Docstring documentation on GitHub pages
Editing functionalities on a given schema file
Update test suits for command-line entry points.
Learn more about the OpenMaker project: http://openmaker.eu/
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