2nd part comments Antoine Isaac
authorGuus Schreiber <guus.schreiber@vu.nl>
Wed, 29 Jan 2014 12:24:18 +0100
changeset 1777 12a67a2d5f59
parent 1776 51a9980c0fb0
child 1778 7d6594536e47
2nd part comments Antoine Isaac
--- a/rdf-primer/index.html	Wed Jan 29 02:13:28 2014 +0100
+++ b/rdf-primer/index.html	Wed Jan 29 12:24:18 2014 +0100
@@ -611,14 +611,6 @@
   Web pages, so that search engines understand what the pages are
-  <dt><a href="http://wordnet.princeton.edu/">WordNet</a></dt>
-  <dd>WordNet is a lexical database of English terms, grouped in sets
-  of synonyms, with a range of semantic interrelations. W3C make an
-  <a href="http://www.w3.org/2006/03/wn/wn20/">RDF version</a>
-  available of WordNet 2.0, which was one 
-  of the first elements of the <a href="http://linkeddata.org/">Linked
-  Data Cloud</a>. Similar databases exist for many other languages.</dd>
   <dt><a href="http://www.w3.org/2004/02/skos/">SKOS</a></dt>
   <dd>SKOS is a vocabulary for publishing classification schemes
   such as terminologies and thesauri on the Web. SKOS is since 2009 a W3C
@@ -749,9 +741,11 @@
       <figcaption>Graph of the Turtle example</figcaption>
+<p class="issue">TODO: finetune figure details, such as literal values</p>
 <P class="note">N-Triples is a line-based subset of Turtle and is a
 useful vehicle to understand how concrete and abstract syntax are related. Check the <a
-href="#subsection-ntriples">N-Triples example</a>
+href="#subsection-ntriples">N-Triples verion of the example</a>
 to see that each line represents precisely one triple of the graph above. </p> 
@@ -866,7 +860,7 @@
     application and/or usage needs. The examples given for each of
     these syntaxes correspond to the same graph (i.e., the same set of
     triples) as the Turtle example (in the case of a single graph, see <a
-    href="#fig-abstract-graph-single">Fig. 2</a>)or the TriG example
+    href="#fig-abstract-graph-single">Fig. 2</a>) or the TriG example
     (in the case of multiple graphs, see <a
     href="#fig-abstract-graph-multiple">Fig. 3</a>). </p>
@@ -975,7 +969,6 @@
    <code>ex:Jumbo rdf:type ex:Elephant .</code>
    <code>ex:Elephant rdf:type ex:Species .</code>
-   <code>ex:Species rdf:type rdfs:Class .</code>
    <p>The examples in this section are just meant to give the reader
@@ -988,6 +981,9 @@
     <h2>RDF Data</h2>
+<p class="issue">Check best place to reference as Linked Data entry
+    point</p>
     <p>RDF allows you to combine triples from any source into a graph
     and process it as legal RDF. A large amount of RDF data is
     available as part of the Linked 
@@ -1004,6 +1000,11 @@
       <li><a href="http://dbpedia.org/">DBpedia</a>, publishing data extracted
       from <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Infobox">Wikipedia infoboxes</a>.</li>
+      <li><a href="http://www.w3.org/2006/03/wn/wn20/">WordNet</a>, 
+      a lexical database of English terms, grouped in sets
+      of synonyms, with a range of semantic interrelations.Similar
+      databases exist for other languages.</li> 
       <li><a href="http://www.europeana.eu/">Europeana</a>, publishing
       data about cultural objects from a large number of European