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About Table Data

  • In addition to using LinkData tools (as in step1), you can also create table data manually with the parameters below.
  • Excel files from Excel97 format or later and tab-separated text files (TSV) are supported.

Parameters of whole table

Header Required Value Note
#LINK false - Explicitly indicates that this is a LinkData table data file.
#file_name false half-width characters and "_" underscore
ex.) todoufuken_list
Specifies the name of the table data file. When you upload a file whose #file_name value is the same as a file uploaded before, the old file will be overwritten after confirmation.
#lang false character string
ex.) en
Specifies the default language. Please use two letter language code according to ISO639.
#template_generated
_from
false URI string
ex.) http://linkdata.org/work/rdf1s8i/todoufuken-chousha.html
It will automatically be added when a template is generated by the "reuse table data" function in LinkData. The URI of the original file of a template will be shown in the Value.
#download_from false URI string
ex.) http://linkdata.org/work/rdf1s8i
It will automatically be added after converting to RDF. The URI of the LinkData work will be shown in the Value.
#attribution_url false URI string
ex.) http://linkdata.org/user/Tetsuro_Toyoda
Specifies the webpage of the creator of the table data. Please input the URL for the user’s LinkData, Facebook page, and so forth.
#attribution_name true character string
ex.) Tetsuro Toyoda
Specifies the name of the creator of the table data.
#license false URI string
ex.) http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/deed.ja
Specifies the CreativeCommons license. If another license in the uploading step, the value will be overwritten.
#namespace false [1] character string ex.) rdfs
[2] URI string ex.) http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#
Specifies a namespace(an abbreviation) of a URI which is used in the table data. In the case of an Excel file, please input the prefix and URI of the namespace in the second column and third column, respectively. In the case of a text file, please input them with tab-separated format. You can define several namespaces when you input them in multiple lines.

For example, "rdfs:label" will be treated as "http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#label" in the table data if you input "rdfs" as a prefix and "http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#" as a URI of the namespace.

Parameters of each columns

Header Required Value Note
#property true character string
ex.) http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#label
Specifies the URI or the name of a property. If you input a string instead of a URI, it will be converted automatically to a URI of the format, "http://linkdata.org/property/[work ID]#[string]" after uploading. Characters which are not allowed in URI (such as Japanese, etc.) will be encoded to percent characters.
#object_type_xsd true character string
ex.) string:en
Specifies the data type and the language of an object. Please use the XML Schema - Data Types when you define a data type. If you define the data type "string", please input ":" and two letter language code according to ISO639. You can also use "string:others" if you don't want to specify the language.
#property_context false character string
ex.) Assertion
Please input one of the following according to nanopub.org: “Assertion”, “Condition”, or “Provenance”. "Assertion" will be selected when nothing is specified. Only columns specified by "Assertion" will be treated as objects.
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