Commit 46305dd7 authored by Allie Williams's avatar Allie Williams

Updated README

parent 0cbaae05
......@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ MetaSat is a project to develop and prototype an open metadata schema to link da
Click through for examples of what a filled out JSON-LD file using our schema could look like.
[**Observation**](https://gitlab.com/metasat/metasat-schema/blob/master/Examples/ObservationExample.jsonld): Scheduling an observation through a ground station network (e.g., [SatNOGS](https://network.satnogs.org/)). This example is an observation from a SatNOGS ground station of TECHSAT 1B. Notice that this example uses a trimmed down `@context`, and does not include many spacecraft terms.
[**Observation**](https://gitlab.com/metasat/metasat-schema/blob/master/Examples/ObservationExample.jsonld): Scheduling an observation through a ground station network (e.g., [SatNOGS](https://network.satnogs.org/)). This example is an observation from a SatNOGS ground station of TECHSAT 1B. Notice that this example uses a trimmed down context, and does not include many spacecraft terms.
[**Space Segment**](https://gitlab.com/metasat/metasat-schema/blob/master/Examples/SpaceSegmentExample.jsonld): Describing a space mission and associated spacecraft.
......@@ -18,9 +18,9 @@ Click through for examples of what a filled out JSON-LD file using our schema co
### Context file
We've included an example of the `@context` that helps give JSON-LD its structure and can turn your data into linked data. Our `@context` file is based on the [JSON-LD recommended context](https://github.com/w3c/json-ld-rc/blob/master/context.jsonld), with a few additions. Please keep in mind that this is simply a jumping-off point, and is meant to inspire, not constrain.
We've included an example of the `@context` section that helps give JSON-LD its structure and can turn your data into linked data. Our context file is based on the [JSON-LD recommended context](https://github.com/w3c/json-ld-rc/blob/master/context.jsonld), with a few additions. Please keep in mind that this is simply a jumping-off point, and is meant to inspire, not constrain.
When using this example `@context`, and in our example files, most keys will map to "https://example.org/[key]." The rest are Compact URIs, or [CURIEs](https://www.w3.org/TR/curie/). A CURIE uses the aliases in the `@context` to help make keys shorter. For example, the `@context` includes the line `"schema": "https://schema.org/"`. If you wanted a key to map to https://schema.org/Person, you could use the CURIE "schema:Person." The alias comes first, then a colon, and then whatever comes after the delimeter in the URI (in this case, the forward slash).
When using this example context, and in our example files, most keys will map to "htt<span></span>ps://example.org/[key]." The rest are Compact URIs, or [CURIEs](https://www.w3.org/TR/curie/). A CURIE uses the aliases in the context to help make keys shorter. For example, our context file includes the line `"schema": "https://schema.org/"`. If you wanted a key to map to https://schema.org/Person, you could use the CURIE "schema:Person." The alias comes first, then a colon, and then whatever comes after the delimeter in the URI (in this case, the forward slash).
## How to use JSON-LD
......
Markdown is supported
0%
or
You are about to add 0 people to the discussion. Proceed with caution.
Finish editing this message first!
Please register or to comment