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Re: quick question about polymorphism in schema.org

From: Gray, Alasdair J G <A.J.G.Gray@hw.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2019 08:40:50 +0000
To: Stuart Owen <stuart.owen@manchester.ac.uk>
CC: "public-bioschemas@w3.org" <public-bioschemas@w3.org>
Message-ID: <FBBEDFE4-FD97-4E7A-A460-97CF3626A0D4@hw.ac.uk>
Hi Stuart,

Great to hear that markup will soon be included in SEEK. Once this is done, please let us know the deployment locations so that we can add these to the list of live deploys.

I cannot speak for the inner workings of the Google structured testing tool. There are two possible causes. First is that Project is still in the pending part of schema.org<http://schema.org> and the structure data testing tool is using an older context (I believe that the tool does not load the context dynamically). Second is that the tool does not apply class hierarchy reasoning and therefore does not infer that things that are of type Project are also of type Organization.

It is probably safe to ignore the error since RDF aware tools will correctly characterise a Project as being an Organization, and I believe that Google’s tool chain is quite relaxed about typing and errors in the markup.

I hope this helps

Alasdair

On 3 Oct 2019, at 13:32, Stuart Owen <stuart.owen@manchester.ac.uk<mailto:stuart.owen@manchester.ac.uk>> wrote:

Hi,

I guess this is more of a schema.org<http://schema.org> question, rather than bioschema.org<http://bioschema.org> specifically, but still relevant and hopefully somebody can help.

Thanks to some productive days at the ELIXIR UK Hackathon, we've now added and deployed quite a lot of new Bioschema descriptions to https://fairdomhub.org and will be included in our next SEEK release. When testing with Googles structured data testing tool, I've noticed it reports an error due to a link from Dataset#provider to a Project, when it expects and Organization (or Person). However, Project is a subclass of Organization, so I'd expect it to be OK.

Should I be concerned about this, or is it safe to say its a limitation of the Structured Testing tool?

thanks,

Stuart.




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