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Schema.org QuantitativeValue with accessibility and typography

By Paul Watson on .

This is a short post about how to use schema.org/QuantitativeValue in a way which is machine-readable, human-readable, accessible, and typographically correct. Schema.org/QuantitativeValue is used to express the height, width, and depth properties on instances of schema.org/Product and schema.org/VisualArtwork.…

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Getty AAT Linked Open Data in schema.org VisualArtwork

By Paul Watson on .

Schema.org/VisualArtwork - A series of 3 posts: post 3 of 3. Linked Open Data In this post I want to get a bit more technical and introduce the concept of Linked Open Data. Linked Open Data is a way of publishing structured data that allows metadata to be connected and enriched, so…

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2nd draft: an idea for an alternative schema.org type for artwork

By Paul Watson on .

UPDATE: Schema.org/VisualArtwork has now been officially accepted. Details are available in a series of 3 posts: Schema.org’s VisualArtwork launched Mapping existing data stored in VRA Core 4 format to schema.org’s VisualArtwork Getty AAT Linked Open Data in schema.org’s VisualArtwork This…

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An idea for an alternative schema.org type for artwork

By Paul Watson on .

UPDATE: Schema.org/VisualArtwork has now been officially accepted. Details are available in a series of 3 posts: Schema.org’s VisualArtwork launched Mapping existing data stored in VRA Core 4 format to schema.org’s VisualArtwork Getty AAT Linked Open Data in schema.org’s VisualArtwork This…

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