The :Type class groups together all domain-specific categorisations relevant to the NPG publishing world.

Superclasses (2)


Instances of npg:Type can have the following properties:

From class npg:Type
npg:code The :code property specifies an integer number representing an internal ID for an object.
npg:isLeaf The :isLeaf property marks whether a SKOS concept is a leaf SKOS concept.
npg:isPublishReady The :isPublishReady property marks whether a type is ready for publishing.
npg:isRoot The :isRoot property marks whether a SKOS concept is a SKOS top concept.
npg:otherCode The :otherCode property specifies a number or string used by external applications as an ID for an entity.
npg:sortLetter The :sortLetter property specifies the initial letter of an entity name to facilitate sort operations.
npg:sortNumber The :sortLetter property specifies the sequence number of an entity to facilitate sort operations.
npg:treeDepth The :treeDepth property specifies the depth of a term within a taxonomy tree.
npg:hasRoot The :hasRoot property relates a :Type instance to a toplevel :Type instance within the same domain model. npg:Type
From class npg:Concept
npg:mesh The :mesh property relates a concept to a Medical Subject Heading (MeSH) term as a resource. owl:Thing
From class owl:Thing
npg:class The :class property specifies the class a domain model refers to. owl:Thing
npg:datetime The :datetime property specifies a system-generated datetime for an entity. owl:Thing
npg:example The :example property specifies an example of an entity. owl:Thing
npg:graph The :graph property specifies the full URI of any graph. owl:Thing
npg:isNamedResource The :isNamedResource property marks whether an object resource is named or is unnamed (i.e. a blank node). owl:Thing
npg:isRepeatable The :isRepeatable property marks whether a property can be repeated. owl:Thing
npg:isVocabulary The :isVocabulary property marks whether a class is used for a controlled vocabulary. owl:Thing
npg:type The :type property specifies the local name of the graph namespace used for instances of a class. owl:Thing
npg:baseUriTemplate The :baseUriTemplate property specifies a string template for an asset base URI.
npg:hash The :hash property specifies a hash value over an entity URI used as a data integrity check.
npg:id The :id property provides a unique ID for a thing.
npg:idHash The :idHash property specifies a string hash value for an ID.
npg:isTestInstance The :isTestInstance property marks whether a resource is to be used for test purposes only.
npg:status The :status property specifies a status string for an ontology term.
npg:test The :test property specifies a general string test property. owl:Thing
npg:timestamp The :timestamp property specifies a generic timestamp for an object.
npg:xmlId The :xmlId property specifies an ID assigned to an XML element.
npg:count The :count property specifies a map which records the number of instances of an entity. owl:Thing
npg:hasBlog The :hasBlog property relates a serial to a blog associated with it. npg:Blog
npg:hasGraph The :hasGraph property relates an entity to the RDF named graph associated with it. npg:Graph
npg:hasJournal The :hasJournal property relates a publication to a journal. npg:Journal


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npg:Type a owl:Class ;
    rdfs:isDefinedBy npg: ;
    rdfs:subClassOf npg:Concept ;
    skos:definition "The :Type class groups together  all domain-specific categorisations relevant to the NPG publishing world."@en ;
    skos:note "All of the :Type categorisations are implemented as self-contained reusable SKOS vocabularies (although not all of them are taxonomies in the strict sense of hierarchical vocabularies)."@en ;
    skos:prefLabel "Type"@en .