A Product created during the Cycle.
A reference to the Term describing the Product.
A short description of the Product.
The quantity of the Product. If an average, it should always be the mean. Can be a single number (array of length one) or an array of numbers with associated dates (e.g. for multiple harvests in one Cycle). The units are always specified in the Term. For crops, value should always be per harvest or per year, following FAOSTAT conventions.
The standard deviation of value.
The minimum of value.
The maximum of value.
What the descriptive statistics (sd, min, max, and value) are calculated across, or whether they are simulated or the output of a model.
Possible values are:
The three letter currency code in ISO 4217 format.
The economic value (typically revenue) of this Product, divided by the total economic value of all Products, expressed as a percentage.
Where the are multiple products, whether this product is the primary product. Defaults to true if there is only one product or if economicValueShare > 50.
An assessment of the reliability of these data following the pedigree matrix approach detailed by Edelen & Ingwersen (2019). (1) Verified (e.g. by on site checks, recalculation, or mass balance estimation) data based on measurements; (2) Verified data based on a calculation or non-verified data based on measurements; (3) Non-verified data based on a calculation; (4) Documented estimate; (5) Undocumented estimate. In different language, (1-2) can be considered primary data and (3-5) secondary.
A reference to the Term describing the method or model for acquiring or estimating these data.
A free text field, describing the method or model used for acquiring or estimating these data.
The version of the schema when these data were created.
A list of fields that have been added to the original dataset.
A list of versions of the model used to add these fields.
A list of fields that have been updated on the original dataset.
A list of versions of the model used to update these fields.
A list of fields that have been 'aggregated' using data from multiple Cycles.
A list of versions of the aggregation engine corresponding to each aggregated field.
JSON-LD Example 1