Use the form below to submit your RDLS metadata for conversion and validation against the RDLS schema.
You can submit metadata in the following formats:
For more information on how to prepare RDLS metadata, read the guidance.
You can submit metadata in the above formats by uploading it from your local machine, providing a link to a publicly-accessible URL or pasting it from your clipboard (JSON format only).
After submitting your metadata, you can download it in alternative formats and get feedback on its quality. The RDLS Convertor stores your metadata for 90 days at a randomly generated URL. You can share the URL with others to support discussion of data quality.
Support and feedback
Need help with publishing RDLS metadata? Contact a member of the Risk Data Library team: email@example.com
To submit feedback on the RDLS Convertor or to report a bug, open a GitHub issue.
The Risk Data Library Standard (RDLS) is an open metadata standard for describing risk datasets used in climate and disaster risk assessments.
The purpose of the RDLS is to enable risk reduction and resilience building by making it easier for risk data publishers to describe their datasets and for risk data users to identify datasets to use in their work.
For more information about the RDLS, read its documentation.
The RDLS Convertor validates your metadata against the RDLS schema and provides feedback on its structure and format. The convertor reports validation errors including missing required fields and fields with incorrect types or formats. It also reports any additional fields in your metadata that are not specified in the RDLS schema.
You should use the guidance provided by the RDLS Convertor to fix the issues with your metadata. To support further review, you can download your data in alternative formats.