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File:Article.png
Article UML Diagram
Supertypes = Thing, CreativeWork
Subtypes = BlogPosting, NewsArticle, ScholarlyArticle, TechArticle
Inherited properties = additionalType:URL, description:Text, name:Text, image:URL, sameAs:URL, url:URL,

about:Thing,accountablePerson:Person, aggregateRating:AggregateRating, alternativeHeadline:Text, associatedMedia:MediaObject, audience:Audience, audio:AudioObject, author:(Person or Organization), awards:Text, comment:UserComments, contentLocation:Place, contentRating:Text, contributor: Person or Organization, copyrightHolder:Person or Organization, copyrightYear:Number, creator:Person or Organization, dateCreated:Date, dateModified:Date, datePublished:Date, discussionUrl:URL, editor:Person, educationalAlignment:AlignmentObject, educationalUse:Text, encodings:MediaObject, genre:Text, headline:Text, inLanguage:Text, interactionCount:Text, interactivityType:Text, isBasedOnUrl:URL, isFamilyFriendly:Boolean, keywords:Text, learningResourceType:Text, mentions:Thing, offers:Offer, provider:Person or Organization, publisher:Organization, publishingPrinciples:URL, reviews:Review, sourceOrganization:Organization, thumbnailUrl:URL, timeRequired:Duration, typicalAgeRange:Text, version:Number, video:VideoObject

Properties = articleBody:Text, articleSection:Text, wordCount:Integer
Defined by = http://schema.org/Article
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Description

An article, such as a news article or piece of investigative report. Newspapers and magazines have articles of many different types and this is intended to cover them all. Subtypes include blog posts, news, or school works.

This class contains derivatives of IPTC rNews properties. rNews is a data model of publishing metadata with serializations currently available for RDFa as well as HTML5 Microdata.

Examples

A first example

Using RDFa 1.1 Lite

        <div vocab="http://schema.org/" typeof="Article">
            <h1 property="headline">Allies Are Split on Goal and Exit Strategy in Libya</h1>
            <h2 property="description">NATO Takes Command</h2>
            <div property="associatedMedia">
                <div typeof="ImageObject">
                    <img property="contentURL" alt="Lybia war sample"
                        src="/files/rNews-Sample-Story/libya_sample_reuters.jpg"/>
                    <div>Credit: <span property="author">Goran Tomasevic</span>/ <span
                            property="sourceOrganization">
                            <span typeof="Organization">
                                <span property="name">Reuters</span>
                            </span>
                        </span></div>
                    <div property="caption">Rebel fighters take cover during a shelling near
                        Ajdabiyah, Libya on Thursday.</div>
                </div>
            </div>
            <div>By <span property="author">
                    <span typeOf="Person">
                        <span property="name">STEVEN LEE MYERS</span>
                    </span>
                </span>and <span property="author">
                    <span typeOf="Person">
                        <span property="name">DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK</span>
                    </span>
                </span></div>
            <div>WASHINGTON | <span property="datePublished" >March 24, 2011</span></div>
            <div property="articleBody">
                <p>Having largely succeeded in stopping a rout of Libya's rebels, the inchoate
                    coalition attacking Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi's forces remains divided over the
                    ultimate goal &#8212; and exit strategy &#8212; of what officials
                    acknowledged Thursday would be a military campaign that could last for
                weeks.</p>
            </div>
        </div>

Using Microdata

<div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article"> 
  <div itemprop="headline">
    Allies Are Split on Goal and 
    Exit Strategy in Libya
  </div> 
  <div itemprop="description">
    NATO Takes Command
  </div> 
  <div itemprop="associatedMedia">
    <span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/ImageObject"> 
      <img itemprop="contentURL" 
       src="/files/rNews-Sample-Story/libya_sample_reuters.jpg"/> 
      <div> 
        Credit: 
        <span itemprop="author">Goran Tomasevic</span>/
        <span itemprop="sourceOrganization"> 
          <span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Organization">
            <span itemprop="name"> Reuters</span>
          </span>
        </span>
      </div> 
    <div itemprop="caption"> 
      Rebel fighters take cover during a shelling 
      near Ajdabiyah, Libya on Thursday.
    </div>   
    </span>
  </div> 
  <div> 
    By <span itemprop="author">STEVEN LEE MYERS</span> 
    and <span itemprop="author">DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK</span>
  </div> 
  <div> 
    WASHINGTON | 
     <meta itemprop="datePublished" content="2011-03-24"/>
     March 24, 2011
  </div> 
  <div itemprop="articleBody"> 
    <p>
      Having largely succeeded in stopping a rout of 
      Libya's rebels, the inchoate coalition attacking 
      Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi's forces remains divided 
      over the ultimate goal — and exit strategy — 
      of what officials acknowledged Thursday would be 
      a military campaign that could last for weeks.        
    </p>
  </div>
</div>

Using Microformats

A second example:

Using RDFa 1.1 Lite

Using Microdata

<div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article">
  <h1 itemprop="name">The Semantic Web Revisited</h1>
  <strong>Authors:</strong>
    <span itemprop="author">
      <span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Person"> 
        <span itemprop="familyName">
          Shadbolt
        </span>,
        <span itemprop="givenName">
          N.
        </span>;
      <span itemprop="affiliation" itemscope itemref="UniS"/>
      </span>
    </span>
    <span itemprop="author">
      <span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Person">
        <span itemprop="familyName">
          Hall
        </span>,
        <span itemprop="givenName">
          W.
        </span>;
        <span itemprop="affiliation" itemscope itemref="UniS"/>
      </span>
    </span>
    <span itemprop="author">
      <span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Person">
        <span itemprop="familyName">
          Berners-Lee
        </span>,
        <span itemprop="givenName">
          Tim
        </span>;
        <span itemprop="affiliation" itemscope itemref="UniS"/>
      </span>
    </span>
    <span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Organization" id="UniS">
      <span itemprop="name">
          Sch. of Electron. and Comput. Sci., Southampton Univ.
      </span>
    </span>
    <div itemprop="publisher">
      <strong>This paper appears in: </strong>
        <span itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Organization">
          <span itemprop="name">
            Intelligent Systems, IEEE 
          </span>
        </span>
    </div>
    <div>
      <strong>Issue Date: </strong>
      <span itemprop="datePublished">
        Jan.-Feb. 2006 
      </span>
    </div>
    <h2>Abstract</h2>
    <div itemprop="description">
       The article included many scenarios in which intelligent 
       agents and bots undertook tasks on behalf of their human
       or corporate owners. Of course, shopbots and auction bots 
       abound on the Web, but these are essentially handcrafted 
       for particular tasks: they have little ability to interact 
       with heterogeneous data and information types. Because we 
       haven't yet delivered large-scale, agent-based mediation, 
       some commentators argue that the semantic Web has failed to 
       deliver. We argue that agents can only flourish when standards 
       are well established and that the Web standards for expressing 
       shared meaning have progressed steadily over the past five years 
    </div>
</div>

Using Microformats

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