ECLAP provides linked open data URIs for:
Most of the LOD are also accessible on ECLAP by using the so called Social Graph in the home page of each user. Via the Social Graph, any user may navigate among the several relationships established among, content, users, annotations, vip names via dpPedia and location via GeoNames. The SocialGraph of each user is accessible from citation of that user into the content metadata, see for example the social graph of Paolo Nesi.
The ECLAP LOD URI for a content:
e.g., http://www.eclap.eu/resource/object/urn:axmedis:00000:obj:04e0caef-b33b-4f4a-ba50-a80d96766192 (via Q&D RDF browser)
The ECLAP LOD for a taxonomy term:
e.g., http://www.eclap.eu/resource/term/501 (via Q&D RDF browser)
The ECLAP LOD for a group:
e.g., http://www.eclap.eu/resource/group/3160 (via Q&D RDF browser)
The ECLAP LOD for a user:
e.g., http://www.eclap.eu/resource/user/1 (via Q&D RDF browser)
The ECLAP LOD for an annotation:
e.g., http://www.eclap.eu/resource/annotation/SideAnnotation_1301074829_304411000 (via Q&D RDF browser)
Please note that these URLs are not simple links that can be used by a normal web browser. If they are used in that manner they bring the user to see the ECLAP content/term and not the LOD. They have been modified (as described in the following) to be used mediated by a web based RDF browser such as the Quick and Dirty RDF browser which provides an RDF description of the content. The result is shown in the following figure with a smaller examples.