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Re: Checked in HL7 use case

From: Harry Halpin <hhalpin@ibiblio.org>
Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2007 12:24:10 -0500
Message-ID: <45D0A2BA.3040700@ibiblio.org>
To: Chimezie Ogbuji <ogbujic@bio.ri.ccf.org>, public-grddl-wg <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>

I'm okay to use N3 as long as we link to RDF/XML files.

I would prefer to use RDF/XML as I would be worried about this N3 vs.
RDF/XML thing confusing some our of our poor readers, but N3 is much
more readable and I *like* it - in fact, I have fully supported N3 going
out as at least a IG note by end of Q1.

 Remember the Primer is for people who may or may not know what RDF, N3,
etc. is. Think desperate microformats hacker - our in this case, a
desperate clinical informatics guy who may know SQL and perl but this
whole "SemWeb" thing may be new to him.

Chimezie Ogbuji wrote:
> On Mon, 12 Feb 2007, Harry Halpin wrote:
>> Yes, I use jena (and could use cwm even!) usually to convert from n3
>> to rdf.
>> However, I am trying *not* to do all the work - for example, many of the
>> namespaces are missing in chime's inline text. Missing namespaces and
>> "live" files require complete RDF/XML.
> Right.. It is my intention to get these snippets completed.
>> Dan Connolly wrote:
>>>>  Therefore, Chime - can you convert all
>>>> your examples in n3 into RDF/XML files and send me them, not as
>>>> text in
>>>> line, but as files.
>>> Yes, I suppose any files we use as live primer data should
>>> be RDF/XML. Do you not have a tool to convert from turtle
>>> to RDF/XML, Harry? cwm will do it, as will any number
>>> of Jena/redland/rdflib/4suite tools.
> Now, I have yet to hear a legitimate reason why we can't at least use
> Turtle for readability of RDF content.  We use SPARQL patterns (95%
> Turtle grammar) for our informative rules section.  Is there a double
> standard I'm not aware of?
> Chimezie Ogbuji
> Lead Systems Analyst
> Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
> Cleveland Clinic Foundation
> 9500 Euclid Avenue/ W26
> Cleveland, Ohio 44195
> Office: (216)444-8593
> ogbujic@ccf.org


Harry Halpin,  University of Edinburgh 
http://www.ibiblio.org/hhalpin 6B522426
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