Say I want to use's vocabulary for my N-triples data.

But there's some confusion on how to use that vocabulary. Actually this confusion is across many vocabularies I encountered.

Should it be:

<> <> "Luca"

or maybe

<> <> "Luca"

or maybe something else?

asked 12 Jan '13, 10:00

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Luca Matteis
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edited 12 Jan '13, 10:00

The RDF version of at uses slash URIs and flat hierarchy, where all local names are directly under the namespace URI (see Turtle dump) . Therefore, for your example you should use something like this:

<> <> <> .
<> <> "Luca" .
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answered 12 Jan '13, 10:14

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I don't see where "" is located in in the Turtle dump. How did you come to the conclusion that it shouldn't be <> instead, which would make more sense since the link is usable, while simply shows an error page?

(12 Jan '13, 10:34) Luca Matteis Luca%20Matteis's gravatar image

If you look into the dump, there's schema:name CURIE, which, given the prefix schema used for the <> namespace URI gives <>. I don't necessarily claim that it's the right option how to convert into RDF, but it's the approach chosen by You can learn about their modelling choices at:

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