The SWC web site has some background information on how PoolParty uses SKOS:
More specifically, here are some details about what must be included in a SKOS file that is to be imported into PoolParty:
You have a couple of options for checking your vocabulary data, before or during the import process. Please use at least one of these:
- SWC provide a SKOS validity checker: http://qskos.poolparty.biz/
- PoolParty has an Import Assistant, which is enabled by default. When you import vocabulary data with the Import Assistant enabled, if there are errors, the import does not go ahead immediately, and you have several options for proceeding. Depending on the type of problem, you may be given an option of fixing the problem interactively rather than having to cancel the import..
ARDC staff have experience in working with RDF imported into PoolParty. Here are some practical observations based on this experience: