|Data last updated
|Metadata last updated
|Open Government Licence 3.0 (United Kingdom)
|Date the Open Data Portal access interaction occurred in yyyymmdd format e.g.20230201
The date of the interaction on the Open Data Portal in yyyymmdd format e.g. 20230201. Each time a user interacts with an open data resource a record is logged and the date of that interaction is
|Theme name for the theme that the dataset and resource sit under e.g. Community Prescribing & Dispensing
Themes group datasets we release in to collections by a common subject. Each theme has name e.g. Community Prescribing & Dispensing. Every theme is comprised of datasets and resources
|Dataset name for the dataset that the resource sits under e.g. Hosptial Prescirbing Dispensed in the Community
Data is published in units called “datasets”. Datasets are parcels of data and when users search for data, the search results they see will be individual datasets. A dataset contains two things: Information or “metadata” about the data. For example, the title and publisher, date, what formats it is available in, what license it is released under, etc. Secondly they will contain a number of “resources”, which hold the data itself.
|Resource name that has been accessed e.g. HOSPITAL_DISP_COMMUNITY_201612
Resources are the individual data files that make up a dataset.
|The type of access that the user has used to interact with the data
The type of access that the user has used to interact with the data on the Open Data Portal. There are 6 access types: dataexplorer-filtered-download - this type will be logged if the filtered data from a Data Explorer view is downloaded. dataexplorer-bulk-download - this type will be logged if the bulk export download is used. browser-data-explorer - this type will be logged if viewing the Data Explorer when loading the data resource. browser-data-explorer-filter - this type will be logged if viewing filtered data from the Data Explorer file_download - this type will be logged if a user select the download option to directly download the whole resource direct-api - this type will be logged if an API is used directly to pull the data.