I am looking for a simple RDF representation of shopping events, that is a list of orders, each with:

  • Date of order
  • Object or service which was ordered
  • Shop where it was ordered
  • Price of the order

The GoodRelations ontology seems to be for shopping offerings but not for transactions that have actually taken place, is it?

asked 02 Dec '12, 04:01

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Maybe model your own and use The Event Ontology. Perhaps you could still use certain properties from good relations to describe the item and price.

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answered 02 Dec '12, 21:17

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Thanks, using an event as class makes sense. I have already found eight (!) ontologies with an event class. I'd be happy about more concrete suggestions instead of "could still use certain properties".

(03 Dec '12, 07:12) Jakob Jakob's gravatar image

Thanks to @harschware who pointed me to a deeper look at the GoodRelations ontology. Good Relations is now aligned with schema.org. So my current solution looks like this:

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answered 03 Dec '12, 07:31

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