The AGGR Ontology (Aggregation Ontology) is used by the Search OSF Web Services Web service endpoint to return the count resulting from the application of the filter criteria for a filtered search query. This ontology specifies the aggregation records that determine the number of things for a specific facet of the filtered search.
The namespace of this ontology is:
Description: an aggregate record count for the number of things that belongs to a specific facet for a filtered search query. This facet is defined by the property, the object and the count of the aggregate.
Description: Specifies what is the object of an aggregation record.
The object, is the target of the aggregation. This is the thing that we are counting with that aggregate.
pecifies what is the property that we are counting with that aggregate
The property is the kind of thing that we are counting in an aggregate.
For example a property can be:
- http://rdfs.org/ns/void#Dataset - When we are counting the number of records within a specific dataset for a given query.
- http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#type - When we are counting the number of records of a certain type for a given query.
Current Ontology Description in OWL/XML
Get the latest version of the AGGR ontology from this Git repository.