Data relating to the IDRC funded project (described in https://doi.org/11.0897/rio.2.e8880) to examine data management policies and implementation for development funders This example shows the use of the schema.org
sameAs property to provide a human readable gloss for the key
Glop Pot: Cave exploration data.
Victoria Arch contains data from a 3d survey of a cave, conducted using a Lidar scanner mounted on a drone. This example contains examples of data-provenance, via the use of schema.org
CreateAction properties that show that files result from observation-actions on the
object of study (the cave).
Some clinical trial data showing how researcher affiliations can be modeled using linked data. See an example of a Person with four affiliations.
For describing datasets such as exported content from digital object repository systems DataCrate uses the Portland Common Data Model (PCDM), which is a simple ontology for describing nested Collections of Objects, with Objects having Files. See an example of a complete social-history repository which has been exported to DataCrate using PCDM to model its structure.