Dataweb


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Dataweb

(1) The interrelationships between a subset of data that exists on the Web. The goal is to link together as much data as possible. See Semantic Web.

(2) A persistent naming system for people, organizations and data on the Web. The names remain valid no matter how many changes are made to their location and URLs. See XRI.

(3) (DataWeb) A database of trade and tariff data freely available to the public by the U.S. International Trade Commission.
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ID DataWeb, based in Vienna, VA, was founded in 2011.
TABLE A2 Variable Description and Data Sources Variable Description Source Imports # imports to USITC dataweb U.
Data from of public charitable the Internal Revenue Service and organizations by type of other sources; dataweb in develop- charity; monetary public ment that will allow data viewing, support for public chari- extraction, and download table organizations by type of charity 5.
Measured tariffs are calculated from the USITC Interactive Tariff and Trade DataWeb.
We are honored that NIST has selected Team Criterion to implement NSTIC pilots with leading enterprises where individuals and organizations will be able to lower costs, better trust one another, and grow revenue with minimized disclosure of personal information," said David Coxe, Co-Founder of Criterion and CEO of ID Dataweb.
Data compiled from the International Trade Commission, Interactive Tariff and Trade Dataweb, (accessed July 11, 2014).
International Trade Commission (USITC) interactive tariff and trade dataweb (USITC 2001).