A data view is basically a list of metadata fields. If you are granted access to a data view, you can see all of the fields covered by that data view.
Every data view is associated with a short name, which we sometimes call a
code or Majora data view code (
Guidance on how to obtain access to a view is in progress, check back after the consortium agreement has been distributed. This document has been written ahead of time and we are not currently granting permissions to any restricted views. Do not attempt to contact anyone to arrange access at this time.
Once this has been set up, you are ready to retrieve data.
ocarina --oauth get dataview --mdv CODE --task-wait --output-table -o my_data.tsv
CODE with the appropriate data view name. Ocarina will reject your request if you attempt to access a data view you do not have permission to view.
Use the command exactly as stated (do not skip providing
--task-wait) for ease of use.
When you submit this command, you will need to authenticate yourself through the following process:
https://) and paste it to your command line window.
[WAIT] Giving Majora a minute to finish task.
This is an experimental feature and can change at any time. Please visit
#metadata-apis if you have questions or trouble.