Below are some mind maps representing the organization of our data. The first diagram shows you the general architecture. The second shows all possible relationships between all entities. The following ones are centred on the "Person" entity, the other on the "Document" entity and the last on the issue numbers and collections. In the last three diagrams you have the type of resource, the predicate used with its prefix, the relationship named in French and the format in which the property is expressed.
These schemas are not only an aid to the formulation of requests by making predicates visible, they are also avenues for research: by visualizing the available information and their relationships, new orientations can emerge.
The general architecture of our data. This is a first approach to Persée metadata: a document is written by a person and is part of a issue number that is part of a series, that is part of a collection.
All resources, with all their properties and relationships, to help you know about all the predicates and their prefixes used in our schema.
Metadata attached to the “Person” entity, with predicates and their prefixes.
Metadata attached to the “Document” entity, with predicates and their prefixes.
Metadata attached to the issues number and collection entities, with predicates and their prefixes.