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Before creating my own RDF vocab adhoc for this I figured I'd ask the experts to see if there's something already established out there I should be using.

Looking to express pedigrees I.e. Ancestry data. So parent_of, child_of, mate_of ancestry type predicates and / or animal specific definitions.

asked 23 Nov '10, 14:54

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The relationship ontology has a relation parentOf but it is clearly made for people, not animals. Indeed, it is a sub-property of foaf:knows which has domain and range foaf:Person. This is the closest I can think of. Have you tried search engines or ontology repositories?

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answered 23 Nov '10, 15:45

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Yeah I've been looking around for a while now. Doesn't seem to be much of anything, at least nothing very popular or it wouldn't be so hard to find ;). No biggy. I just figured it would be a good idea to post here in case someone knew one offhand before I re-invent anything. I can always swap namespaces down the road if a good authoritative one pops up.

(23 Nov '10, 16:08) Dave Rapin Dave%20Rapin's gravatar image

@Dave: Make sure to report back with a link ;).

(23 Nov '10, 19:19) Signified ♦ Signified's gravatar image

@Signified Will do man.

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