Examples of queries one can perform using Identifiers.org.
Identifiers.org allow unique, persistent and unambiguous identification of various kind of concepts.
Identifiers.org allows identification of single entity of data. The following URLs are some examples.
Identifiers.org allows identification of single entity of data in the Registry. The following URLs are some examples.
Identifiers.org allows identification of data collections. The following URLs are some examples. Those currently directly display information from MIRIAM Registry:
Identifiers.org allows identification of resources (or physical locations). The following URLs are some examples.
Request for a specific response format for a Registry entry can be achieved by using an extension:
When used as identifiers, URLs should not contain any extensions or info subdomain
It is possible to request the resolution to use a specific resource. This is done using the resource parameter.
It is possible using profiles to generate specific subsets of the complete MIRIAM Registry, with for each selected data collection, one preferred resource. This allows one to directly retrieve information from a MIRIAM URI using one predefined physical location.
If a profile is specified, the recorded preferred resource can be used:
A special profile exists, called most_reliable, which has a preferred resource recorded for all data collections. This preferred resource is always the most reliable resource available for the data collection. In case several resources claim this title with the same uptime, one is randomly selected during query time.
In case the profile is private, a key parameter must be provided in the URL.
The following queries are malformed or using obsolete namespaces. They all issue a warning message to the user.
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