The PoolParty API offers a light weight API for accessing and editing data of a PoolParty server.
The API services makes life easier because it encapsulates typical queries and functionalities that would require specific SPARQL queries instead. For more details see: PoolParty's SPARQL Endpoint
Using writing API services (e.g. Web Service Method: Create New Concept, Web Service Method: Add Literal to a Concept or Concept Scheme, etc.) generate entries in PoolParty History.
The API is available using the following URL pattern:
<host> and <port> depend on where your instance of PoolParty is running.
The API endpoint can be accessed via basic authentication by any user created in PoolParty. Users will only be able to access projects they have access rights for. You can also set up users that are only allowed to access the API.
The documentation is divided into the following parts:
- System Services
- Project Services
- Thesaurus Services
- Custom Scheme and Ontology Services
- Custom Properties & Types Service
- Corpus Services
- Extraction Model Services
- User Management Services
- History Services
- Project Workflow Services
- Project Notifications Services
- List Services
- Collection Services
- Outdated Services
Services related to PoolParty Extractor are described here: Entity Extractor APIs
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