The semantic content remains the same; only the syntax differs among formats.
The examples on this page are based on a fictitious individual named "Able Baker", with a URI of Specifications for each of the formats are provided by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
This documentation covers the next release of VIVO, version 2.0.x.
If you are able to help contribute to this documentation, please contact Graham Triggs Looking for another version? Linked Open Data is one of the fundamental concepts of the Semantic Web.
obo: BFO_0000004 a owl: Class ; rdfs:label "Independent Continuant"@en-US .
The standard way of requesting Linked Open data is an HTTP request to the URI of the individual in question, with the This statement over-simplifies slightly.
In VIVO, object properties and data properties can be public, or restricted to some extent.
This is consistent with VIVO's authorization model.
An external application could take advantage of this fact to obtain full RDF about individuals.