Ensures that when dereferenced by a Web browser, a URI returns a representation of the resource in human-readable HTML.
This resource explains why one should dereference a vocabulary when publishing it on the Web, and how to do so.URL: https://linkingresearch.wordpress.com/2013/10/07/how-to-properly-publish-a-vocabulary-or-ontology-in-the-web-part-4-of-6/Keywords: Dereferencibility, HTTP URIs, Persistent [...]
This video picks up where the previous two left off, covering the steps of setting up a Fuseki server to store data, interlinking that data [...]
This document describes best practice recipes for publishing vocabularies or ontologies on the Web (in RDF Schema or OWL). The features of each recipe are [...]
Slide presentation used as part of a training module aiming to answer the following questions: What is a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI); Why is URI [...]
This page is part of a wiki used by the Jazz development teams to plan and discuss technical designs and operational procedures related to the [...]
This guidance is intended to help data curators and publishers better understand how to best use their time and resources to achieve the noble goals [...]
This document describes best practice recipes for publishing an RDF Schema or OWL vocabulary or ontology on the Web. The features of each recipe are [...]