Project Data Stored as VoID Graph

This section contains a short overview on the PoolParty project metadata data stored in a VoID graph.

23898884.pngAll metadata of a project and some additional information is stored as a Vocabulary of Interlinked Datasets (VoID) graph.

VoID is an RDF vocabulary for the description of (linked) datasets. Basically all metadata available for a project is available in the VoID graph. Additionally some statistical information and other project related information is contained in it.

You can use this information for displaying project information in the Linked Data frontend of PoolParty.

You can also access it using the SPARQL endpoint of a project.

You can export that information via the PoolParty RDF export.

The following table shows all data available in a project's VoID graph:

Element (PP)

Property (VoID)

Description

Metadata

Title

dct:title

Title of the project.

Subject

dct:subject

Subject of the project.

Description

dct:description

Descriptions of the project.

Author

dct:creator

Creators/Authors of the project

Publisher

dct:publisher

Publishers of the project.

Contributor

dct:contributor

Contributors of the project

Created

dct:date

Creation date of the project

Statistical Information

swc:numberOfConcepts

Number of Concept Schemes

swc:numberOfConceptSchemes

Number of Concepts

Additional Information

void:dataDump

Link to the exports made to the server.

void:sparqlEndpoint

Linkt to the SPARQL endpoint of the project.

void:vocabulary

Used vocabularies (SKOS).

void:feature

Available serializations.