Commit 7a753560 authored by Mark Jordan's avatar Mark Jordan
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Updated README.

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Linked Data structures share a three-part "subject", "predicate", "object" pattern. The contents of bag-info.txt are "are intended primarily for human readability".
```
bagitldsuffix@dc: http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/
Title@dc: I am a title
Date@dc: 2017-06-20
Subject@dc: [Testing stuff, Linked Data]
Internal-Sender-Identifier: bag_03
Source-Organization: Simon Fraser University Library
Contact-Email: mjordan@sfu.ca
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## Implementation
#### We can mix BagItLD statements and ordinary BagIt tags
#### BagItLD statements and ordinary BagIt tags can coexist
Since BagItLD statements respect the conventions of bag-info.txt tags, they can coexist peacefully with ordinary tags in the same bag-info.txt file.
```
bagitldsuffix@dc: http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/
Title@dc: I am a title
Date@dc: 2017-06-20
Subject@dc: [Testing stuff, Linked Data]
Internal-Sender-Identifier: bag_03
Source-Organization: Simon Fraser University Library
Contact-Email: mjordan@sfu.ca
```
#### Bags are blank nodes
The Bag is a blank RDF node and is understood to be the subject of the RDF statement. If it is the object of an RDF statement, it must be referenced using `[]` (we use SPARQL's `[]` to refernce blank nodes; we can't use `_:b` because of colon has structural significance within bag-info.txt).
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