[Crm-sig] Deployment of CIDOC CRM as Linked Data
richard at light.demon.co.uk
Mon Mar 5 13:11:20 EET 2018
To be honest their announcement of LODatio was the first I had heard of
You'll need to ask them direct about a register of sources. They may
welcome suggestions of additional cultural heritage sources to index.
BTW, I'm thinking about attending the SIG meeting in Lyon. Will there
be a slot on the agenda to discuss the 'getting real with RDF' document
which we are starting to develop?
On 05/03/2018 10:59, George Bruseker wrote:
> Dear Richard,
> This is really interesting. Pardon my lack of knowledge, but who is
> this group? Quite a nice service of them to provide. Do they provide a
> register of sources?
>> On Feb 23, 2018, at 2:33 PM, Richard Light <richard at light.demon.co.uk
>> <mailto:richard at light.demon.co.uk>> wrote:
>> On hearing the announcement of the LODatio Linked Data search service
>> , I rushed in to find out how prevalent resources mentioning
>> people as E21 might be. The results were interesting, but not in the
>> way I expected. I got no hits for my query , but on pointing this
>> out to the project team, their response was that I was using the
>> 'wrong' prefix: I should have been using the Erlangen CRM domain.
>> With that change, I got 744 hits (admittedly all from two sources:
>> Archives Hub and OpenLink's dbpedia). I have pointed out to them
>> some counter-examples which use the official domain (e.g. British
>> Museum) - perhaps group members can notify them of any other
>> CRM-filled Linked Data resources which they could usefully index for us.
>> Best wishes,
>>  http://lodatio.informatik.uni-kiel.de/
>> *Richard Light*
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