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Re: Examples using schema.org/bioschemas for dataset landing pages

From: Rafael C. Jimenez <rafael.jimenez@elixir-europe.org>
Date: Fri, 2 Feb 2018 06:36:03 +0000
Message-ID: <CABH4q1_ofTb-XHKXYFSjJuHZ4tMtAdXHuz5nrsdJoMEOmew0MA@mail.gmail.com>
To: Martin Fenner <martin.fenner@datacite.org>
Cc: public-bioschemas@w3.org, Sarala Wimalaratne <sarala@ebi.ac.uk>
Hi Martin,

I am sorry for the late reply. I am meeting Sarala later. So I will catch
up with her as you suggested. If it is useful for you I think we should add
to your list the life sciences resources we know are exposing datasets with
schema.org. I think we should be able to contribute with few more
resources.

Related to this topic, in March last year in one of our Bioschemas meetings
<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1z1YqqLVntc0wpYCwvHTs5JPPgvfGjUrGdCoVSAAtFE0/edit#heading=h.2rf1bkfns01y>,
we
discussed the idea of creating a registry to facilitate the discover of
resources adopting bioschemas/schema.org types
<https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw_p-HKWUjHoSlBrUHU1TWZnajQ/view?usp=sharing>.
We did agree not to create a new registry but enable our existing
registries (identifiers.org, biosharing.org, bio.tools, TeSS, biosamples,
...) to capture/expose how indexed resources support Bioschemas/Schema.org
types. I imagine you might aim to do something similar in re3data?

As far as I understand you are interested in resources describing just
datasets with schema.org. We are interested in resources which are indexing
more types than datasets (eg. tools, training materials, proteins, ...). So
for us is also important to capture other details like the schema.org types
and the bioschemas profiles supported.

Until we have the registries enabled I think in Bioschemas we should
capture this information in a simple list as you do. We just had a
Bioschemas meeting in Italy in the last two days and we wanted to show
which resources in the workshop adopted Bioschemas. We created this list
<https://github.com/BioSchemas/specifications/blob/master/implementations.csv>.
We are thinking to complete this list with all the resources that we know
adopted bioschemas. We are happy to add those that are focused on datasets
to you list as well.

BTW, I see in your list you use a column specific for re3data. As you might
know we have several catalogues (registries) indexing resources in life
sciences. Would it make more sense to use IDs that we have in our existing
registries besides the re3data or additional to re3data? using prefixes (eg
"re3data:r3d100000044")?

Regards,
Rafa.


On 19 January 2018 at 19:43, Martin Fenner <martin.fenner@datacite.org>
wrote:

> Dear list,
>
> identifiers.org (Sarala) and DataCite (me) have started to generate a
> list of data resources that embed schema.org metadata in dataset landing
> pages:
>
> https://github.com/datacite/freya/blob/master/schema_org.csv
>
> We want to use this list to build pilot applications using the schema.org
> metadata, and we invite you to add resources we haven't listed yet (via
> pull request or in GitHub issue https://github.com/datacite/freya/issues/8).
> And feel free to use the list of currently 19 resources, with unfortunately
> still only a few from the life sciences.
>
> And please reach out to Sarala or me if you want to know more about what
> we are planning to build.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Martin
>
>
> --
>
> Martin Fenner
> DataCite Technical Director
> http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1419-2405
>



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