The development of a digital government project to support the location, manipulation and understanding of a format for statistical electronic table usage by citizens is discussed. The first component of the work is in the provision of multiple location techniques, a natural language processing (NLP) environment and a browsing/exploration environment. The table browser supports a variety of manipulations and explanation functions for support. In the electronic environment, an e-table and its content are linked to the metadata that provides context and explanation thus enabling appropriate and informed usage and enabling users to learn as they go.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Computer Science(all)