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Here you find more information about this type of nanopublication. You can create a new one below, and check out the ones you have already created, as candidates for your Data Science submission.

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 caused B"), spatio-temporal (e.g. "A is included in B"), or comparative (e.g. "A is larger than B") relation between two things.

Note that the left-hand side element (subject) as well as the right-hand side one (object) need to be individuals that exist just once, like the French revolution or the Internet, and not classes that stand for a set of things, like city or headache.

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/RAQjB6Dc9lrIxjnFNCXYa6rfDHo5e1WiPSu33WdCEWTNY RAQjB6Dc9l

global system of connected computer networks based on IP addressing and routing protocols http://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q75 Internet the subject would not have existed if the object did not exist https://w3id.org/linkflows/superpattern/terms/requires required overview about the invention of the telephone http://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q13443401 invention of telephone .

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