Thanks everyone for your suggestions.
While the use of skos:narrower seems very sensible, it is in itself a
Ideally I would like to assert the 'pie-chart-like' nature of the data
On Dec 30, 1:02 pm, Jindøich Mynarz <mynarzjindr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Keith,
> the simple answer is to use broader skos:Concepts (from the code lists
> <ukPopulation2009Observation> ex:geoArea <UK> .
> where ...
> <UK> skos:narrower <England>, <Scotland>, <Wales>, <NorthernIreland> .
> In this way, the measures are comparable through the code list
> 2011/12/30 Keith Alexander <k.j.w.alexan...@gmail.com>:
> > The remaining question is how to tie the containment relationship of the
> > Something like this?
> > <ukPopulation2009Observation> ex:calculatedFrom
> > ex:calculatedFrom ex:observationMeasure ex:population .
> > ?
> > Is there a more idiomatic datacube way of expressing that?
> > 2011/12/30 Landong Zuo <landong....@googlemail.com>
> >> You might already have the hierarchy of geographical area if you
> >> Regards,
> >> Landong
> >> On Dec 27, 5:59 pm, Jindøich Mynarz <mynarzjindr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > I would use hierarchical code lists to express this. Given that all
> >> > <UK> skos:narrower <England>, <Scotland>, <Wales>, <NorthernIreland> .
> >> > Best,
> >> > Jindrich
> >> > --
> >> > On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 6:42 PM, BillRoberts <bill.robe...@planet.nl>
> >> > > ex:obs1
> >> > > ex:obs2
> >> > > ex:obs3
> >> > > ex:obs4
> >> > > ex:obs5
> >> > > What is the best way (in the context of the RDF/Data Cube/SDMX
> >> > > I might also have population figures for France, Germany, EU27,
> >> > > Suggestions welcome!
> >> > > Bill
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