On Mon, 9 Jan 2012 11:16:01 +0000, Kevin Ashley <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>That thesaurus is available for download as RDF. It was one of the earliest
>examples of of an SKOS vocabulary, and is referenced in this page from W3C
>Note that licence terms inherited from UNESCO still apply. Also, I believe that
>the download still uses the earliest form of the SKOS standard rather than the
>2009 version. I'm not familiar enough with the changes to know if that presents
>a difficult or simple problem. One other key difference from the UNESCO
>data is that the multi-lingual nature of the UNESCO thesaurus was lost; UKAT
>is monolingual, I believe.
Many thanks for the pointer mate! Most appreciated.
I check out the above mentioned site. But did not find a link to download.
Do you know the specific URL for the download?