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map extracted citations to some bibliographic ontology #79

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VladimirAlexiev opened this Issue Apr 21, 2016 · 4 comments

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VladimirAlexiev commented Apr 21, 2016

http://downloads.dbpedia.org/preview.php?file=2015-10_sl_core-i18n_sl_en_sl_citation_data_en.ttl.bz2 shows bibliographic data using raw (dbp:) properties.

Just out of this first page I see:
accessdate
archivedate
archiveurl
author
date
doi
edition
editorFirst
editorLast
encyclopedia
first
first1
first2
isbn
issue
journal
jstor
last
last1
last2
location
pages
publisher
ref
title
url
volume
website
work
year

We need to structure this (eg first1,last1 are the first&last names of the first author).
And map it to dbo: props, or to some bibliographic ontology (BIBO?)

Tasks:

  • get a complete list of fields, with some interpretation (eg is location same as pages or not?). Guess we get them from Wikipedia template documentation: cite web, cite book, what other templates?
  • decide what ontology to map them to. What's your opinion?
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We should also decide how to link the reference to the article.

<ref> dbp:isCitedBy <article>
  • do we link the article (eg wiki:Sofia) or the thing (eg dbr:Sofia)? Eg
dbr:Sofia crm:P70i_is_documented_in <ref>.
wiki:Sofia dct:source <ref> 
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VladimirAlexiev commented Apr 21, 2016

We should also decide how to link the reference to the article.

<ref> dbp:isCitedBy <article>
  • do we link the article (eg wiki:Sofia) or the thing (eg dbr:Sofia)? Eg
dbr:Sofia crm:P70i_is_documented_in <ref>.
wiki:Sofia dct:source <ref> 
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paregorios commented Apr 21, 2016

+1 BIBO

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GerardKuys Apr 21, 2016

Bibo is fine, but I would recommend to have a look at BibFrame, too (http://www.loc.gov/bibframe/docs/ ). Having just the bf:Work and maybe one of its bf:Instance(s) (editions) might be just good enough to get the bibliographic info in

GerardKuys commented Apr 21, 2016

Bibo is fine, but I would recommend to have a look at BibFrame, too (http://www.loc.gov/bibframe/docs/ ). Having just the bf:Work and maybe one of its bf:Instance(s) (editions) might be just good enough to get the bibliographic info in

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mroszkowski Apr 26, 2016

I think BIBO is both simple and flexible enough to cover basic bibliographic data elements. However BIBFRAME is noteworthy. Unfortunately I can't see any ready to use BIBFRAME instance type specification.

+1 BIBO

mroszkowski commented Apr 26, 2016

I think BIBO is both simple and flexible enough to cover basic bibliographic data elements. However BIBFRAME is noteworthy. Unfortunately I can't see any ready to use BIBFRAME instance type specification.

+1 BIBO

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