PoolParty's SKOS In Scheme function lets you define explicitly in which concept schemes a concept resides.
When the In Scheme function is disabled in PoolParty, we assume that a concept is part of every concept scheme it is related to via the Hierarchy tree.
Using the In Scheme function in PoolParty you can define a concept's relations to concept schemes explicitly and independently of its relation via the hierarchy. That way a concept can be part of the concept scheme hierarchy although it is not skos:inScheme of it.
Automatic or Manual Use of In Scheme Relations in PoolParty
You can use the function in PoolParty in three different ways:
- Adding the skos:inScheme relation manually to selected concepts on creation or on update.
- Automatic use and update of concepts' relations to the concept scheme, whenever you create or change concepts.
- Adding skos:inScheme via custom class reasoning.
Available In Scheme Functionalities in PoolParty
This section provides the following information:
- Enable the In Scheme Function in PoolParty — Learn how to access and enable the In Scheme settings.
- Manually Use or Update In Scheme Relations — A short guide about how to enable and use the In Scheme relations function manually.
- Manually Add or Remove In Scheme Relations for Individual Concepts — The section provides a short guide on how to add or remove In Scheme relations for individual concepts.
- Manually Add or Remove In Scheme Relations for Subtrees of Concepts — Learn here, how to manually add In Scheme Relations for subtrees of concepts or top concepts.
- Automatically Use or Update In Scheme Relations — Find here a short guide about how to enable and use the In Scheme relation function automatically.
- In Scheme and Custom Class Reasoning — In this section find out how you can use the In Scheme function in PoolParty to manage class inheritance based on custom classes.
- Enable Custom Class Reasoning based on In Scheme Relations — This section provides short instructions on how to enable In Scheme based custom class reasoning.
- SKOS, In Scheme and PoolParty — This section contains more detailed information on the In Scheme relations in SKOS and their implementation in PoolParty.