I used "provenance" as in "where does this piece of information come from", but
it looks like it has a well defined meaning so perhaps I've used the wrong term.
Looks like void is closer to my use case indeed, however prov-o seems to have
some interesting properties as well.
Thanks for the help.
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 11:39 AM
From: "Martynas Jusevičius" <marty...@atomgraph.com>
To: jena-users-ml <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Vocabulary for provenance
Since you mention "provenance", PROV ontology would be one option:
But your usage looks more like VoID, more specifically void:inDataset:
PROV and VoID can be combined of course.
On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:35 AM, Laura Morales <laure...@mail.com> wrote:
> Which vocabulary is a good choice to describe provenance or to describe
> graphs? I'd like to use something like this
> <graph-1> <name> "Graph-1"
> <thisThing> <belongsToGraph> <graph-1>
> or like this
> <thisThing> <belongsToGraph> [
> <name> "Graph-1" ;
> <iri> <graph-1>
> there are so many vocabularies out there that I don't even know where to
> start looking at. Is there anything available for this in schema.org?
> Otherwise I'd like to know if there exist any vocabulary that is used by
> others, and more importantly which is not abandoned or dead.