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Simple Scientific Relations based on Classes

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Type Description This is the description of the type of nanopublications you can create through this page.

Such nanopublications express a causal (e.g. "A causes B"), spatio-temporal (e.g. "A is included in B"), or comparative (e.g. "A is larger than B") relation between the instances of two classes.

The subject and object are classes that are connected by the fact that their instances tend to have a particular relation.

The aspect of "tending to" is left underspecified; for more precise statements, use the super-pattern template instead.

Example Nanopublication A nanopublication contains as main content a statement in the assertion part (shown in blue) encoded in a way that computers can understand. It is expressed as one or more subject-relation-object structures, each shown on a separate line, where the identifier of the subject (left) is connected to the identifier of the object (right) via the identifier of the relation type (middle).

http://purl.org/np/RAkX1V_9VIscbvJ6Nz4BKUdgywO0UWgBQlzJUEvdMYG-M RAkX1V_9VI

practice in which a substance is burned and the resulting smoke breathed in to be tasted and absorbed into the bloodstream http://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q662860 smoking the instances of the subject tend to cause the existence of instances of the object https://w3id.org/kpxl/rel/terms/tendsToCause has instances that tend to cause instances of cancer in the lung http://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q47912 lung cancer .

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