Data stored in eagle-i repositories is published as Linked Open Data (LOD),in particular:
The eagle-i search application indexes this data and leverages its semantics to offer a targeted search. Other applications can access the data to present different views of it, incorporate it in other websites, etc.
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:
In addition to resolvable URIs, the eagle-i repository provides two interfaces for obtaining lists of resources:
The eagle-i team is in the process of developing public versions of these two interfaces. The upcoming release will include a public version of the harvest API, so stay tuned for examples of eagle-i resource lists.