Congratulations! Your CSV is valid! However, there are some issues that you may want to address to make is as easy as possible to reuse your data
Total Rows Processed = 1148Download Standardised CSV
Dialect: Non standard dialect
Although your CSV validates, to make it as easy as possible for your data to be reused, we recommend using commas as delimiters, double quotes to enclose fields, and autodetecting line endings.
Schema problem: Inconsistent value in column 53
The data in column 53 is inconsistent with others values in the same column.
Schema problem: Inconsistent value in column 62
The data in column 62 is inconsistent with others values in the same column.
Schema problem: Inconsistent value in column 68
The data in column 68 is inconsistent with others values in the same column.
Context problem: No encoding
The encoding of your CSV file is not being declared in the HTTP response.
We recommend that you configure your server to deliver CSV files with a
Content-Type header of
If you are using a different encoding, then use an appropriate value for the
Context problem: Incorrect Encoding
Your CSV appears to be encoded in
ASCII-8BIT. We recommend you use
Structural problem: Non-standard Line Breaks on row 1
Your CSV appears to use
LF line-breaks. While this will be fine in most cases, RFC 4180 specifies that
CSV files should use
CR-LF (a carriage-return and line-feed pair, e.g.
\r\n). This may be labelled as "Windows line endings" on some systems.
Publish and transform your data using DataGraft, either as enhanced CSV or Linked Data.