[Crm-sig] SPARQL Endpoints
martin at ics.forth.gr
Fri May 17 20:00:23 EEST 2019
I think providers should consult the chapter about compatibility in CRM
version 6, and declare what classes and properties they use/ support.
That is easy and straight forward. Further, a small text on the kind of
material that can be retrieved. The only check would be, if the claim is
We could then think of using some collection-level metadata format.
On 5/17/2019 7:27 PM, George Bruseker wrote:
> Dear all,
> I like the idea of listing endpoints on the site myself. That being
> said, I would think we would want a bit of metadata around it
> (obviously) and should make clear that we aren't necessarily endorsing
> (SIG wouldn't have time or resources to vet deeply). Then the question
> is would there be a policy about which endpoints get listed? I imagine
> the provider would have to send their endpoint and metadata to the
> list and SIG would have to decide whether it makes a minimal grade.
> Would there be objective criteria or just the decision of the group?
> If we didn't set some kind of bar, then we would open ourselves to
> having to place any endpoint on the site. Thoughts?
> On 2019-05-17 18:52, Thomas Francart wrote:
>> http://data.doremus.org/sparql provides FRBRoo data on classical music.
>> Envoyé de mon iPhone
>>> Le 17 mai 2019 à 17:34, Béatrice Markhoff
>>> <beatrice.markhoff at univ-tours.fr> a écrit :
>>> Dear all,
>>> Does someone knows if there is somewhere a list of public CIDOC CRM
>>> based datasets accessible by programs via a SPARQL Endpoint?
>>> I saw this was already asked by Stephen Stead on 9/10/2014, and some
>>> of the listed endpoints are alive:
>>> British Museum : https://collection.britishmuseum.org/resource/sparql
>>> Yale Centre for British Art (YCBA) SPARQL Endpoint :
>>> ADS: http://data.archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/page/
>>> I add:
>>> OpenArcheo HumaNum :
>>> I'm sure there are many others now: do you think that the CIDOC CRM
>>> web site would be a good place to have such list maintained?
>>> Kind regards,
>>> Béatrice Markhoff
>>> Associate Professor in Computer Science
>>> LIFAT & Faculté des Sciences et Techniques
>>> Université de Tours, France
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