Re: [cellml-discussion] Graphing metadata

2006-10-31 Thread Andrew Miller
David Nickerson wrote: Therefore, you have to be aware of the relationship between RDF/XML and the RDF data model, and make sure you put your rdf:ID in the right place (as with any other attribute in RDF). ok - I think something just dropped into place. So in this case what I would

Re: [cellml-discussion] Graphing metadata

2006-10-31 Thread David Nickerson
I wouldn't be opposed, however, to adding a style guideline recommending that graph nodes be given an explicit URL (we actually say that they would normally be an anonymous node at the moment), so they can be referenced. The only disadvantages of this is that the resulting RDF/XML is

[cellml-discussion] Graphing metadata

2006-10-30 Thread David Nickerson
Hi all, I have just been looking through the graphing metadata specification (http://www.cellml.org/specifications/metadata/graphs) and have a couple of questions (pretty much due to my continuing RDF ignorance). This specification seems to have dropped behind the simulation specification a

Re: [cellml-discussion] Graphing metadata

2006-10-30 Thread Andrew Miller
David Nickerson wrote: Hi all, I have just been looking through the graphing metadata specification (http://www.cellml.org/specifications/metadata/graphs) and have a couple of questions (pretty much due to my continuing RDF ignorance). This specification seems to have dropped behind the

Re: [cellml-discussion] Graphing metadata

2006-10-30 Thread David Nickerson
Andrew Miller wrote: David Nickerson wrote: Thanks Andrew, cleared a few things up. So now for some more ideas/questions... When defining a graph outside the scope of a single model or when combining results from multiple model's, does it still make sense to use the about=modelid ? I