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Re: SVG and RDF

From: Jim Ley <jim@jibbering.com>
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2004 20:20:58 +0100
To: www-svg@w3.org
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"Kalle Kilpi - BL" <kalle.kilpi@netbl.com> wrote in message 
news:EDENIPAPLAFELIJGPFJDIEDDCHAA.kalle.kilpi@netbl.com...
> I'm working in a project where we are implementing an application that
> visualizes certain type of subjects that have URIs (described in RDF) as
> nodes and certain types of relationships between the subjects as links (a
> bit like Foafnaut does with foaf).

The foafnaut is actually a pretty generic relationship browser, for example, 
last night in an hour or so I created a theyrule version
<URL: http://jibbering.com/theyrule/foafnaut.svg?id=_%3Adirector693_ >
pretty much everything is customisable.  (mind you the licence other than 
something nice and friendly has ever been agreed presumably at worst (ie 
most restrictive) it would be something like the


> Xml.com's article "Make Your XML RDF-Friendly"
> (http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/10/30/rdf-friendly.html) said that it isn't
> anyway forbidden to use rdf:ID attribute in content other that RDF, so can
> also the rdf:about attribute be used in SVG content to declare the subject 
> a
> certain element or group represents? Can graphical elements be mapped to 
> RDF
> descriptions that way?

I would just use just id in the SVG element and refer to them with 
rdf:about, no need to use rdf:ID as the resources you create are pointing to 
concrete things with real addresses distinct from just the document.  you 
can of course embed your RDF within metadata elements, and then reference 
the SVG from there.

Cheers,

Jim. 
Received on Wednesday, 7 July 2004 15:21:35 UTC

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