RDF support in Drupal has been implemented with this model in mind:
Node = RDF subject
Field = RDF predicate
Field value = RDF object
This is a wonderful solution for most of Drupal content where the content type is ontologically connected to the field by a predicate.
RDFx allows for fields to be expressed as RDFa. Sometimes RDF concepts exist in other locations, for example DBpedia, and not as part of the local taxonomies. What is the recommended way to link to these external resources? These resources do have persistent URIs, so I guess the simplest thing to do is to make the field into a link. But ideally one would prefer to get a good label to show on the HTML output rather than the link itself. RDF Proxy (http://drupal.org/project/rdfproxy) seems to be doing that but the project appears to be abandoned. Any ideas?
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Being a Drupal newcomer, I am working on two projects where we would like to consume defined and existing RDF-data in the search query coming out of our library catalogue (using Drupal). Our main aim is to query a RDF-container and then display a result-set of records from our catalogue. The records to be displayed from our catalogue will contain the ID of the "found" RDF-data-element.
RDF-core in Drupal7 seems to do what we want, but I need to give further specifications to several of our partners and I lack the detailed information so far.Read more
I've cross-posted this to both Semantic Web and Libraries because I think there are elements that appeal to both.
I'm going to give a bit of background on the project I'm working on and hopefully I can get some confirmation as to whether or not this is the "best" way to go about doing this. This is Drupal 7, of course. So far, I've been moving in the most obvious direction and using the tools that are most readily available.
I am new babie drupal developer. I have created some site in drupal 7. One of my client ask me to provide the RDF functionality to website.
I have read many article in internet about RDF. As I know, there is "RDF" module in core of Drupal 7.
But I am not sure, only installing "RDF" module will provide me all functionality regarding "RDF", as I am not getting any "RDF" file for the website or any content page.
Can any one suggest me, which step I need to follow?
Thanks in advance.
Part of what it takes to build a good module is sometimes taking away code that doesn't pull its weight. In this spirit, the maintainers of RDFx have decided to remove Evoc, the External Vocabulary Importer module, and related code from the RDFx package. This does not affect Drupal core's storage or handling of RDF mappings.
NOTE: This will not impact any mappings, it will only remove the autocomplete functionality from RDF UI.Read more
I'm building a newspaper website and am trying to use best practices with regards to metadata and semantic web.
To this end, I'm thinking it makes sense to use some sort of semantic web schema for articles. I've found two:Read more
Is it possible to pull in a dataset such as "http://beta.kasabi.com/dataset/foodista/" and display them as nodes?
So far I have pull in a list of recipes with the sparql_views and views module. I would like to be able to full there full content on a node page. Is this even possible ? I have seen no examples of this being done.