void:Dataset a owl:Class
|skos:definition||The fundamental concept of VoID is the dataset. A dataset is a set of RDF triples that are published, maintained or aggregated by a single provider. Unlike RDF graphs, which are purely mathematical constructs [RDF-CONCEPTS], the term dataset has a social dimension: we think of a dataset as a meaningful collection of triples, that deal with a certain topic, originate from a certain source or process, are hosted on a certain server, or are aggregated by a certain custodian. Also, typically a dataset is accessible on the Web, for example through resolvable HTTP URIs or through a SPARQL endpoint, and it contains sufficiently many triples that there is benefit in providing a concise summary.
Since most datasets describe a well-defined set of entities, datasets can also be seen as a set of descriptions of certain entities, which often share a common URI prefix (such as http://dbpedia.org/resource/).
In VoID, a dataset is modeled as an instance of the void:Dataset class. Such a void:Dataset instance is a single RDF resource that represents the entire dataset, and thus allows us to easily make statements about the entire dataset and all its triples.
The relationship between a void:Dataset instance and the concrete triples contained in the dataset is established through access information, such as the address of a SPARQL endpoint where the triples can be accessed.
|skos:editorialNote||#Fields we could include from FAIR
#fields taken from fair
# dcterms:rights IRI;
# dcterms:publisher @:agent+;;
#Links to distribution
|dc:license||A legal document giving official permission to do something with this dataset. It must be an IRI referencing to an resolvable URI returning the text of the license.||0:1||IRI|
|dc:hasVersion||The textual description of the version of the document, please not the version property in GBOLDataSet||1:1||xsd:string|
|void:uriSpace||This property can be used to state that all entity URIs in a dataset start with a given string. In other words, they share a common “URI namespace”.||0:1||IRI|
|void:uriRegexPattern||In cases where a simple string prefix match is insufficient, this property can be used. It expresses a regular expression pattern that matches the URIs of the dataset's entities.||0:1||xsd:string|
|wv:waiver||Best practice is use the URI of a waiver legal document as the value of this property.||0:1||xsd:string|
|wv:norms||Norms are not legally binding but represent the general principles or "code of conduct" adopted by a community for access and use of resources||0:1||IRI|
|dc:language||The language of this resource.||0:N||xsd:string|
|dc:description||A textual description of the dataset.||0:1||xsd:string|
|void:uriLookupEndpoint||A protocol endpoint for simple URI lookups for this data set.||0:1||IRI|
|void:sparqlEndpoint||An optional sparql endpoint to query the dataset||0:1||IRI|
|void:dataDump||If available, the RDF dump of the dataset.||0:1||IRI|
|rdfs:comment||A comment on the dataset||0:1||xsd:string|
|dc:title||The name of the dataset.||0:1||xsd:string|
|rdfs:label||Used to provide a human-readable version of a resource's name||0:1||xsd:string|