I should have said - not possible via a machine based web interface. You could get the bulk metadata and query locally. However, given a known label the recommended syntax:
gave (from memory) only one result - no option to differentiate and get the URI for either the 'topical term' of the 'general subdivision' (whichever was required) where they shared a label.
Actually I note that this lookup syntax seems broken at the moment?
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On 8 Nov 2011, at 22:35, Karen Coyle wrote:
> Quoting Owen Stephens <[log in to unmask]>:
> Owen, thanks. It's interesting that your solution of separating the pre-coordinated "facets" is what worked best...
> As for the statement below, I'm intrigued but not quite sure why this wasn't possible. Could you elaborate? Thanks, kc
>> ** An aside - it isn't (or at least, wasn't) possible to search for 'topical terms' separate to 'general subdivisions' so for headings like 'Science' or 'Research' this creates a problem - it would be really useful to be able to search for topical terms separate to general subdivisions in order to identfy the correct URI
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