These automated validations leverage semantic web technologies and check that metadata use standards and recognized ontologies or controlled vocabularies.
First, embedded semantic annotations are extracted from web pages, forming a minimal knowledge graph. Then, these knowledge are completed based on already deployed knowledge graphs (Datacite, OpenAire, WikiData). Finally, the resulting knowledge graph is tested to check that classes and properties are recognized through Linked Open Vocabularies (LOV), or Ontology Lookup Service (OLS)
We now have a Knowledge Graph grounded to ontology concepts (classes) and relations (properties). Are these terms known in reference ontology registries such as LOV, OLS or BioPortal ?
Bioschemas is a community effort aimed at reusing and extending Schema.org for better life science digital resource findability. Several profiles are defined for each kind of Life Science resources, specifying minimal, recommended or optional information. Am I missing minimal information ? Should I provide other information for better findability ?