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Re: New property for BioChemEntity

From: Leyla Garcia <ljgarcia@ebi.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2017 17:13:15 +0100
To: public-bioschemas@w3.org, BATISTA Dominique <dominique.batista@france-bioinformatique.fr>
Message-ID: <b618aa4a-6737-2999-2f62-2ae287f011ef@ebi.ac.uk>

It is in addition to additionalType. additionalType links to ontology 
terms, preferredLabel would point to a plain text. Having just one 
preferred label in English (any other language would be optional) would 
make things easier for validation (I think but Dominique can tell better).


On 16/10/2017 17:08, Stephen Anyango wrote:
> Hello Leyla,
> Is this in addition to additionalType which is also meant to be an 
> enumeration of ontological terms labelling the profile? An example 
> would suffice for clarity.
> kind regards,
> Stephen Anyango
> PDBe
> On 16-Oct-17 4:40 PM, Leyla Garcia wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I have discussed with Rafael the need of a way to refer to a 
>> particular profile from a type specification. I think adding a new 
>> property could work. Please see below.
>> Type: BioChemEntity
>> Property: PreferredLabel
>> Expected type: Text
>> schema.org description: Preferred label in plain text for this entity
>> Bioschemas description: The preferred label corresponds to the 
>> Bioschemas profile. Please refer to the Bioschemas profile 
>> enumeration to find the available labels <some link will go here>. 
>> Although multiple languages are allowed, a label in English should 
>> always be provided. If the label you are looking for does not exist, 
>> please contact Bioschemas.org <some link will go here>.
>> Bioschemas restrictions: Minimum, Many (at least one in English), 
>> Enumeration.
>> Validators could use this label to "know" better what the minimum, 
>> recommended and so really are as they change from profile to profile.
>> I do not think at this point that such property would be 
>> needed/useful for Record. If you think it is, then we could propose 
>> it for Thing rather than BioChemEntity. Please share your thoughts.
>> Regards,
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