RDF Datatype (module for Omeka S)
RDF Datatype is a module for Omeka S that implements the main RDF datatypes and XSD datatypes recommended by the World Wide Web consortium W3C, so the values of properties may have a better semanticity.
Default Omeka datatypes: - text - Omeka resource (item, item set, media) - uri
Added rdf and xsd datatypes:
rdf:HTML: an html fragment
rdf:XMLLiteral: an xml fragment
xsd:boolean: true or false
xsd:integer: a simple number
xsd:decimal: a decimal number
xsd:dateTime: a full ISO 8601 date time
xsd:date: an ISO 8601 date
xsd:time: an ISO 8601 time
xsd:gYear: a Gregorian year
xsd:gYearMonth: a Gregorian year and month
xsd:gMonth: a Gregorian month
xsd:gMonthDay: a Gregorian month and day
xsd:gDay: a Gregorian day of month
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See general end user documentation for Installing a module and follow the config instructions.
The data types that are set in the config of the module are automatically available in all the resource forms. It is advisable to avoid to overload the user interface.
In all cases, it is recommended to create resources templates in order to simplify the use of the datatypes and to normalize all the metadata of all the records.
Note: the datatypes
xsd:gDay may not be
intuitive. To be compliant with the standard, they should be prepended with
for months, and
--- for day. They are not added automatically. Furthermore,
sparql cannot request any of the the Gregorian datatypes.
- Use a purifier for rdf:XMLLiteral.
- Add a batch process to change the type of a property for a list of resources.
- Add xsd:token or a derivative for standard or custom enumerations (language, etc.).
- Add xsd:anyURI for uris.
- Normalize Zend form for xsd:time, that requires seconds.
- Simplify search (Omeka S issue #1241).
- Manage restrictions via the resource templates (default value for boolean, range, default tokens, with or without seconds, css for html, xsl for xml…).
- Allow to attach multiple selected datatypes to resource templates (in particular for subjects).
Use it at your own risk.
It’s always recommended to backup your files and your databases and to check your archives regularly so you can roll back if needed.
See online issues on the module issues page on GitHub.
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- Copyright Daniel Berthereau, 2018