Template:Organization

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The Organization template is used to describe an organization, e.g., a company, university or research group. Pages using this template are automatically assigned to the Organizations category.

See also W3C draft "An organization ontology":

http://dvcs.w3.org/hg/gld/raw-file/default/org/static.html

Contents

[edit] Documentation

{{Organization
 | name = 
 | abbreviation = 
 | city =
 | state = 
 | country =
 | coursera =  
 | mendeley_group = 
 | msacademic = 
 | url = 
 | wikidata = 
 | wikipedia = 
 | funded_by = 
 | parent1 = 
 | parent2 = 
 | child1 = 
 | child2
}} 

[edit] Fields

The "Organization" is in FOAF a foaf:Group rather than an organization.

abbreviation 
Acronym or abbreviation for the organization (skos:altLabel)
name 
Name of organization (skos:prefLabel)
child1 
Child organization, e.g., department in a university (skos:narrower) (foaf:member)
child2 
Another child organization (skos:narrower)
city 
City where the organization is located
coursera 
Coursera
country 
Country where the organization is located
funded_by 
Name of other organization funding the organization (foaf:fundedBy)
mendeley_group 
Integer id for Mendeley
msacademic 
Integer identifier for Microsoft Academic Search
state 
Full name of state where the organization is (mainly) located, e.g., California
wikidata 
page title of Wikidata page, e.g., Q598841
wikipedia 
Wikipedia page for the organization
parent1 
Parent organization (skos:broader)
parent2 
Another parent organization (skos:broader)
url 
Webpage associated with the organization

[edit] Example

Organization (help)
Neurobiology Research Unit (NRU)
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Homepage: http://nru.dk
Database(s):
Parent(s): Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet
Child(ren):
Search
Papers: DOAJ Google Scholar PubMed (Open J-Gate)
Other: Google Twitter

This is a graph with borders and nodes. Maybe there is an Imagemap used so the nodes may be linking to some Pages.

The example displays the Neurobiology Research Unit.

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