Data stored in eagle-i repositories is published as Linked Open Data (LOD), in particular:
- All eagle-i resources are identified by URIs.
- All resource URIs are HTTP URLs, i.e. they are resolvable.
- The HTTP protocol is used for content negotiation; the data is available in a variety of formats: RDF/XML, RDF/N3, HTML,...
The data in eagle-i is contributed by Network member institutions. This data can be freely searched using our central search application, but it is also available three other ways, also reachable through https://www.eagle-i.net/export/:
*If a user or application knows the URI of a particular resource, they can simply request its data using the HTTP protocol; below is an example of an eagle-i resource:
and here is the RDF/XML representation of the same resource: