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= PROV=
 
= PROV=
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
PROV is a specification that provides a vocabulary to interchange provenance information. Users can do so by marking up their web page using the terms provided or by making available provenance information expressed as linked data. For example, you can make explicit that you quoted another web page by using prov:wasQuotedFrom in the blockquote of your html page.  
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PROV is a specification that provides a vocabulary to interchange provenance information. Users can do so by marking up their web page using the terms provided or by making available provenance information expressed as linked data. For example, you can make explicit that you quoted another web page by using prov:wasQuotedFrom in the blockquote of your html page.
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The Working Group is still active, ie, no recommendations published yet.  
  
  

Revision as of 20:52, 21 November 2012

PROV

Overview

PROV is a specification that provides a vocabulary to interchange provenance information. Users can do so by marking up their web page using the terms provided or by making available provenance information expressed as linked data. For example, you can make explicit that you quoted another web page by using prov:wasQuotedFrom in the blockquote of your html page.

The Working Group is still active, ie, no recommendations published yet.



Tools that are listed as relevant to PROV

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All relevant tools

This is a list of all tools listed on this wiki, and that are marked as relevant to PROV.

  • csv2rdf4lod (converter, prov). Directly usable from Java
  • DataFAQs (converter, prov). Directly usable from Bash, Python
  • git2prov (converter). Directly usable from Node.js
  • Oh Yeah? (semantic web browser).
  • PROV-O-Viz (semantic web browser). Directly usable from Python