Thanks, Stuart. I hadn't seen that page.
It does look, though, as if the object of bf:contributor is an Agent.
(Person, Corporate body, Family). The subject is the Work or Instance.
This is the reverse of what you have. If "bf:contributor" is defined in
RDF with a domain of Work/Instance and a range of Agent, then your
statement doesn't match that.
I tried running the RDF/XML on that page through a triple-izer, but it
appears that there is some XML in it that doesn't translate to RDF.
bf:contributor ended up in a blank node for this reason, so its domain
and range still aren't clear.
On 5/20/13 8:56 PM, stuart yeates wrote:
> The RDF/XML display of
> http://bibframe.org/tools/compare/bibid/16575466 has 'bf:contributor'
> I'm not seeing it in the documentation either.
> On 21/05/13 15:30, Karen Coyle wrote:
>> Stuart, I have looked at this although I cannot say that i have given it
>> its due. However, one thing I noticed was this:
>> The subject of this is the Agent or Author (as a blank node).
>> bf:contributor is the predicate, and the resource is the object. I can't
>> find bf:contributor in the documentation, but my gut feeling is that it
>> probably means:
>> resource -> bf:contributor -> [contributor name or id]
>> Can you point me to bf:contributor? It's probably right in front of me
>> but I'm not seeing it.
>> On 5/19/13 12:02 AM, Stuart Yeates wrote:
>>> I've done a worked example of how I want to use BIBFRAME in my
>>> academic library
>>> I work through roughly in order of my understanding of the mapping
>>> and/or the ability of BIBFRAME to support what I want to do. I'm
>>> focused entirely on the structural aspects rather than the labels
>>> and so forth.
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