capitalisation of tokens in IVOAT
eshaya at umd.edu
Wed Nov 14 11:36:33 PST 2007
ummm. You do know that mercury is an element and Mercury is a planet
(and a God)?
Frederic V. Hessman wrote:
> On 14 Nov 2007, at 6:26 pm, Douglas Burke wrote:
>> I've just been looking at your new IVOAT RDF file - Wed Nov 14 18:13:25
>> 2007 - and see that you now lower case the first word of the prefLabel
>> when using it as the fragment; so "#ActiveRegions" has become
>> "#activeRegions". However, this is not done for all terms, since
>> there is
>> <skos:Concept rdf:about="#DopplerEffect">
>> <skos:Concept rdf:about="#FourierTransforms">
>> ditto for JulianDate, KapteynSelectedAreas, NewtonianTelescopes,
>> XRaySpectra, YerkesClassification and possibly other terms.
>> Is this intentional? I assume it is because it seems that the Proper
>> have remained upepr case/
> Yup - this makes it possible to use "mercury" and "Mercury" (not yet
> done). The simple rule is use the first capitalization and then
> continue as before. Makes life much easier.
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