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I created an SVG diagram of hydroxide which includ...

2007-10-06T19:29:00.000+02:00

I created an SVG diagram of hydroxide which includes RDF in the SVG metadata tag: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b0/Hydroxide_lone_pairs-2D.svg

It parses nicely in the W3C's RDF validator http://www.w3.org/RDF/Validator.
Your feedback would be appreciated. I am wondering if I should add direct links to iupac.org, pubchem and cb, like the example you have for methane, instead of dc:identifier.



The new, final (for a long time I hope) is:http://...

2007-09-12T09:30:00.000+02:00

The new, final (for a long time I hope) is:

http://rdf.openmolecules.net/?info:inchi/InChI=1/CH4/h1H

being equivalent with:

http://rdf.openmolecules.net/?InChI=1/CH4/h1H



Tony, I am happy to hear that. Please try this:htt...

2007-08-03T12:06:00.000+02:00

Tony, I am happy to hear that. Please try this:

http://cb.openmolecules.net/rdf/?info:inchi/InChI=1/CH4/h1H4

Works with the old URL too.



Hi Egon:Good to see you're getting some RDF religi...

2007-08-03T11:35:00.000+02:00

Hi Egon:

Good to see you're getting some RDF religion. :)

Need to pick you up on one point. InChI *does* have its own proper URI representation - as an "info:" URI namespace. See this post of mine form back in Feb.

http://www.crossref.org/CrossTech/2007/02/at_last_uris_for_inchi.html

Also, as an example of InChI URI's in use (here within an RSS feed) see this post from RSC:

http://www.crossref.org/CrossTech/2007/05/rscs_project_prospect_v11.html

Btw, would also like to add something about DOI and URI representation. There are two. One official and used in machine contexts is the "info:" URI namespace, e.g.

info:doi/10.1000/1

The other unofficial, but used in human contexts and as a CrossRef citation guidelines is the native form

doi:10.1000/1

Note the latter was put up earlier for registration with IANA but was rejected at that time. It is intended to resubmit this when DOI has been through the ISO process. At this time there is no intention to register a URN namespace. So the form

urn:doi:10.1000/1

is *not* something that is used anywhere (and is also an non-conformant URN anyway).

Carry on with all that RDF goodness.

Cheers,

Tony



With pure I meant RDF-namespace only. This is not ...

2007-08-02T11:28:00.000+02:00

With pure I meant RDF-namespace only. This is not quite accurate as we will likely not see many RDF-namespace only documents, but the document structures is rooted in RDF and not XHTML.

I am not sure how well RDF libraries, such as Jena and Sesame, will deal with RDFa embedded in XHTML. Nothing that cannot be easily solved, though.

BTW, you stopped blogging in the RDFa devel corner?



Egon,Thanks for your answer. Still I think we have...

2007-08-02T11:12:00.000+02:00

Egon,

Thanks for your answer. Still I think we have a misunderstanding, here ;)

When I hear/read RDF, I'm thinking of the model (http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-concepts/#section-data-model), no concrete syntax involved, yet.

So, to put it in other words: What are you referring to when you say 'pure RDF'?

Cheers,
Michael



Michael,RDFa is indeed a way to represent triples,...

2007-08-01T08:39:00.000+02:00

Michael,

RDFa is indeed a way to represent triples, and close enough for machines to make the translation to pure RDF itself. I like the RDFa technology a lot, but like the combination of RDF+XSLT even more.

But I have to agree that an RDF browser will just as easily process RDF as it will RDFa. Quite right.



Egon,I really like what you do here.Just one quest...

2007-08-01T07:59:00.000+02:00

Egon,

I really like what you do here.

Just one question: What do you mean by 'RDF might be the solution' vs. 'uF and RDFa are just solutions along the way'?

RDFa is, as RDF/XML, a serialisation of (or concrete syntax for) the RDF the model. Could you pls. clarify this ...

Cheers,
Michael