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Revision as of 09:26, November 28, 2016

MD_BrowseGraphic
Elements Definition and Recommended Practice
Examples
1 fileName 1 URL to a thumbnail image that can be rendered in browser. In order of importance, we recommend these types of images:
  1. sample imagery produced by data.
  2. map/location representing of data location
  3. snapshot of a time series plot
  4. an image of the station or lab
  5. or as a last resort, a logo associated with data (e.g. project logo).
(NOTE: This is the ONLY gco:CharacterString field that SHOULD contain a URL.)
http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/mgg/ocean_age/data/2008/image/age_ortho_small.gif
2 fileDescription 0..1 Brief sentence that can become an image caption.
crustal ages
3 fileType 0..1 Suffix of image type.
GIF
4 imageConstraints 0..* Constraints on the use of the browse graphic.
Example needed
5 linkage 0..* Link to browse graphic
Example needed


ISO Legend

Possible Parent Elements

ESIP-logo-tag sm-H.jpg

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Example of record with a URL to an image