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Re: The new release of the Modern Science Ontology (ModSci)

From: Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com>
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 2019 11:54:55 -0500
To: public-lod@w3.org
Message-ID: <93ce07dc-ac6a-6b47-ede9-9a8add924552@openlinksw.com>
On 12/9/19 10:46 AM, Said Fathalla wrote:
>
> Dear All,
>
> We are happy to announce the new release of the Modern Science
> Ontology
> <https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/index-en.html>
> (ModSci), an ontology for modeling relationships between modern
> science branches and related entities, such as scientific discoveries,
> phenomena, renowned scientists, instruments, etc. ModSci is a
> poly-hierarchical ontology that can be utilized in Semantic Web
> applications. It is an upper ontology that provides a unifying
> framework for the various domain ontologies that make up the Science
> Knowledge Graph Ontology (SKGO)
> <https://github.com/saidfathalla/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies>
> Suite [1].
>
> ModSci can be browsed online, through web-based repository front-end
> for browsing and visualizing published ontologies, at BioPortal
> <http://bioportal.bioontology.org/ontologies/MODSCI>, Linked Open
> Vocabularies <https://lov.linkeddata.es/dataset/lov/vocabs/modsci>,
> and AberOWL <http://aber-owl.net/ontology/ModSci/%7d%7d,>, thus
> increasing the findability and reusability of the ontology.
>
> Indeed, the classification of research topics through ontological
> taxonomies supports a diversity of research areas, such as information
> exploration (e.g., in digital libraries), scholarly data analytics and
> integration, and modeling research dynamics.
>
> The ModSci classification tree of modern sciences branches is freely
> available for research purposes in HTML format (viewable as an
> interactive graph).
>
> ModSci powers two projects for semantically representing scholarly
> information: Open Research Knowledge Graph
> <https://projects.tib.eu/orkg/> and OpenResearch.org
> <https://www.openresearch.org/wiki/Main_Page>.
>

Great work!

Here is a little suggestion with regards to increasing discoverability
for agents that understand Linked Data deployment patterns, courtesy of
the metadata that you already embed in your HTML5 doc.

Using RDF-Turtle Notation for examples that you can deploy using
JSON-LD, RDFa, Microdata, Turtle, or POSH via <script/> in HTML.

## Turtle Start ##

@prefix xhv: <http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/vocab#> .
@prefix schema: <http://schema.org/> .
@prefix rdfs: <http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#> .

# Using xhv: terms:

xhv:alternate
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.json>,

                    
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.xml>,
                    
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.nt>,

                    
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.ttl>
.

# Or if seeking to leverage schema.org terms:

schema:relatedLink
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.json>,

                    
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.xml>,
                    
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.nt>,

                    
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.ttl>
.

# Or if seeking to leverage rdfs terms:

rdfs:seeAlso
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.json>,

                    
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.xml>,
                    
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.nt>,

                    
<https://saidfathalla.github.io/Science-knowledge-graph-ontologies/doc/ModSci_doc/ontology.ttl>
.

## Turtle End ##

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