Schema.org core schema

This is the RDFa representation of the schema.org schema, the underlying representation of the schema.org vocabulary.

It is represented in a form based on W3C RDF/RDFS. We encourage proposals for schema.org improvements to be expressed in this same style. For Discussion please use the W3C Web schemas group.

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Note: the style of RDFa used here may change in the future. To see the substantive content of the schema, view the HTML source markup. We use a simple subset of RDFa for syntax, including prefixes that are declared in the RDFa initial context.


Thing The most generic type of item.
CreativeWork The most generic kind of creative work, including books, movies, photographs, software programs, etc. Subclass of: Thing Source: rNews
WebPage A web page. Every web page is implicitly assumed to be declared to be of type WebPage, so the various properties about that webpage, such as <code>breadcrumb</code> may be used. We recommend explicit declaration if these properties are specified, but if they are found outside of an itemscope, they will be assumed to be about the page Subclass of: CreativeWork
AboutPage Web page type: About page. Subclass of: WebPage
Organization An organization such as a school, NGO, corporation, club, etc. Subclass of: Thing
Place Entities that have a somewhat fixed, physical extension. Subclass of: Thing
LocalBusiness A particular physical business or branch of an organization. Examples of LocalBusiness include a restaurant, a particular branch of a restaurant chain, a branch of a bank, a medical practice, a club, a bowling alley, etc. Subclass of: Organization Subclass of: Place
FinancialService Financial services business. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
ProfessionalService Provider of professional services. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
AccountingService Accountancy business. Subclass of: FinancialService Subclass of: ProfessionalService
AdministrativeArea A geographical region under the jurisdiction of a particular government. Subclass of: Place
EntertainmentBusiness A business providing entertainment. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
AdultEntertainment An adult entertainment establishment. Subclass of: EntertainmentBusiness
Intangible A utility class that serves as the umbrella for a number of 'intangible' things such as quantities, structured values, etc. Subclass of: Thing
Offer An offer to transfer some rights to an item or to provide a service&#x2014;for example, an offer to sell tickets to an event, to rent the DVD of a movie, to stream a TV show over the internet, to repair a motorcycle, or to loan a book. Subclass of: Intangible Source: GoodRelationsProperties
AggregateOffer When a single product is associated with multiple offers (for example, the same pair of shoes is offered by different merchants), then AggregateOffer can be used. Subclass of: Offer
Rating The rating of the video. Subclass of: Intangible
AggregateRating The average rating based on multiple ratings or reviews. Subclass of: Rating
CivicStructure A public structure, such as a town hall or concert hall. Subclass of: Place
Airport An airport. Subclass of: CivicStructure
AmusementPark An amusement park. Subclass of: EntertainmentBusiness
MedicalEntity The most generic type of entity related to health and the practice of medicine. Subclass of: Thing Source: WikiDoc
AnatomicalStructure Any part of the human body, typically a component of an anatomical system. Organs, tissues, and cells are all anatomical structures. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
AnatomicalSystem An anatomical system is a group of anatomical structures that work together to perform a certain task. Anatomical systems, such as organ systems, are one organizing principle of anatomy, and can includes circulatory, digestive, endocrine, integumentary, immune, lymphatic, muscular, nervous, reproductive, respiratory, skeletal, urinary, vestibular, and other systems. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
AnimalShelter Animal shelter. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
Residence The place where a person lives. Subclass of: Place
ApartmentComplex Residence type: Apartment complex. Subclass of: Residence
MedicalIndication A condition or factor that indicates use of a medical therapy, including signs, symptoms, risk factors, anatomical states, etc. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
ApprovedIndication An indication for a medical therapy that has been formally specified or approved by a regulatory body that regulates use of the therapy; for example, the US FDA approves indications for most drugs in the US. Subclass of: MedicalIndication Source: WikiDoc
Aquarium Aquarium. Subclass of: CivicStructure
ArtGallery An art gallery. Subclass of: EntertainmentBusiness
Vessel A component of the human body circulatory system comprised of an intricate network of hollow tubes that transport blood throughout the entire body. Subclass of: AnatomicalStructure Source: WikiDoc
Artery A type of blood vessel that specifically carries blood away from the heart. Subclass of: Vessel Source: WikiDoc
Article 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. Subclass of: CreativeWork Source: rNews
Attorney Professional service: Attorney. Subclass of: ProfessionalService
Audience Intended audience for an item, i.e. the group for whom the item was created. Subclass of: Intangible
Researcher Researchers.
MediaObject An image, video, or audio object embedded in a web page. Note that a creative work may have many media objects associated with it on the same web page. For example, a page about a single song (MusicRecording) may have a music video (VideoObject), and a high and low bandwidth audio stream (2 AudioObject's). Subclass of: CreativeWork
AudioObject An audio file. Subclass of: MediaObject Source: rNews
AutomotiveBusiness Car repair, sales, or parts. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
AutoBodyShop Auto body shop. Subclass of: AutomotiveBusiness
AutoDealer An car dealership. Subclass of: AutomotiveBusiness
Store A retail good store. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
AutoPartsStore An auto parts store. Subclass of: AutomotiveBusiness Subclass of: Store
AutoRental A car rental business. Subclass of: AutomotiveBusiness
AutoRepair Car repair business. Subclass of: AutomotiveBusiness
AutoWash A car wash business. Subclass of: AutomotiveBusiness
AutomatedTeller ATM/cash machine. Subclass of: FinancialService
FoodEstablishment A food-related business. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
Bakery A bakery. Subclass of: FoodEstablishment
BankOrCreditUnion Bank or credit union. Subclass of: FinancialService
BarOrPub A bar or pub. Subclass of: FoodEstablishment
Beach Beach. Subclass of: CivicStructure
HealthAndBeautyBusiness Health and beauty. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
BeautySalon Beauty salon. Subclass of: HealthAndBeautyBusiness
LodgingBusiness A lodging business, such as a motel, hotel, or inn. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
BedAndBreakfast Bed and breakfast. Subclass of: LodgingBusiness
BikeStore A bike store. Subclass of: Store
Blog A blog Subclass of: CreativeWork
BlogPosting A blog post. Subclass of: Article
MedicalTest Any medical test, typically performed for diagnostic purposes. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
BloodTest A medical test performed on a sample of a patient's blood. Subclass of: MedicalTest Source: WikiDoc
Landform A landform or physical feature. Landform elements include mountains, plains, lakes, rivers, seascape and oceanic waterbody interface features such as bays, peninsulas, seas and so forth, including sub-aqueous terrain features such as submersed mountain ranges, volcanoes, and the great ocean basins. Subclass of: Place
BodyOfWater A body of water, such as a sea, ocean, or lake. Subclass of: Landform
Bone Rigid connective tissue that comprises up the skeletal structure of the human body. Subclass of: AnatomicalStructure Source: WikiDoc
Book A book. Subclass of: CreativeWork
Enumeration Lists or enumerations&#x2014;for example, a list of cuisines or music genres, etc. Subclass of: Intangible
BookFormatType The publication format of the book. Subclass of: Enumeration
EBook Book format: Ebook.
Hardcover Book format: Hardcover.
Paperback Book format: Paperback.
BookStore A bookstore. Subclass of: Store
DataType The basic data types such as Integers, Strings, etc.
Boolean Boolean: True or False. Subclass of: DataType
False The boolean value false Subclass of: Boolean
True The boolean value true Subclass of: Boolean
SportsActivityLocation A sports location, such as a playing field. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
BowlingAlley A bowling alley. Subclass of: SportsActivityLocation
BrainStructure Any anatomical structure which pertains to the soft nervous tissue functioning as the coordinating center of sensation and intellectual and nervous activity. Subclass of: AnatomicalStructure Source: WikiDoc
Brewery Brewery. Subclass of: FoodEstablishment
PlaceOfWorship Place of worship, such as a church, synagogue, or mosque. Subclass of: CivicStructure
BuddhistTemple A Buddhist temple. Subclass of: PlaceOfWorship
BusStation A bus station. Subclass of: CivicStructure
BusStop A bus stop. Subclass of: CivicStructure
Event An event happening at a certain time and location, such as a concert, lecture, or festival. Ticketing information may be added via the 'offers' property. Repeated events may be structured as separate Event objects. Subclass of: Thing
BusinessEvent Event type: Business event. Subclass of: Event
CafeOrCoffeeShop A cafe or coffee shop. Subclass of: FoodEstablishment
Campground A campground. Subclass of: CivicStructure
Canal A canal, like the Panama Canal Subclass of: BodyOfWater
Casino A casino. Subclass of: EntertainmentBusiness
CatholicChurch A Catholic church. Subclass of: PlaceOfWorship
Cemetery A graveyard. Subclass of: CivicStructure
CheckoutPage Web page type: Checkout page. Subclass of: WebPage
ChildCare A Childcare center. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
ChildrensEvent Event type: Children's event. Subclass of: Event
Church A church. Subclass of: PlaceOfWorship
City A city or town. Subclass of: AdministrativeArea
GovernmentBuilding A government building. Subclass of: CivicStructure
CityHall A city hall. Subclass of: GovernmentBuilding
ClothingStore A clothing store. Subclass of: Store
CollectionPage Web page type: Collection page. Subclass of: WebPage
EducationalOrganization An educational organization. Subclass of: Organization
CollegeOrUniversity A college, university, or other third-level educational institution. Subclass of: EducationalOrganization
ComedyClub A comedy club. Subclass of: EntertainmentBusiness
ComedyEvent Event type: Comedy event. Subclass of: Event
Comment A comment on an item - for example, a comment on a blog post. The comment's content is expressed via the "text" property, and its topic via "about", properties shared with all CreativeWorks. Subclass of: CreativeWork
ComputerStore A computer store. Subclass of: Store
ContactPage Web page type: Contact page. Subclass of: WebPage
StructuredValue Structured values are strings&#x2014;for example, addresses&#x2014;that have certain constraints on their structure. Subclass of: Intangible
ContactPoint A contact point&#x2014;for example, a Customer Complaints department. Subclass of: StructuredValue
Continent One of the continents (for example, Europe or Africa). Subclass of: Landform
ConvenienceStore A convenience store. Subclass of: Store
Corporation Organization: A business corporation. Subclass of: Organization Source: rNews
Country A country. Subclass of: AdministrativeArea
Courthouse A courthouse. Subclass of: GovernmentBuilding
Crematorium A crematorium. Subclass of: CivicStructure
MedicalIntangible A utility class that serves as the umbrella for a number of 'intangible' things in the medical space. Subclass of: MedicalEntity
DDxElement An alternative, closely-related condition typically considered later in the differential diagnosis process along with the signs that are used to distinguish it. Subclass of: MedicalIntangible Source: WikiDoc
DanceEvent Event type: A social dance. Subclass of: Event
PerformingGroup A performance group, such as a band, an orchestra, or a circus. Subclass of: Organization
DanceGroup A dance group&#x2014;for example, the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater or Riverdance. Subclass of: PerformingGroup
Date A date value in <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601'>ISO 8601 date format</a>. Subclass of: DataType
DateTime A combination of date and time of day in the form [-]CCYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss[Z|(+|-)hh:mm] (see Chapter 5.4 of ISO 8601). Subclass of: DataType
DaySpa A day spa. Subclass of: HealthAndBeautyBusiness
DefenceEstablishment A defence establishment, such as an army or navy base. Subclass of: GovernmentBuilding
MedicalOrganization A medical organization, such as a doctor's office or clinic. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
Dentist A dentist. Subclass of: MedicalOrganization Subclass of: ProfessionalService
DepartmentStore A department store. Subclass of: Store
DiagnosticLab A medical laboratory that offers on-site or off-site diagnostic services. Subclass of: MedicalOrganization
MedicalProcedure A process of care used in either a diagnostic, therapeutic, or palliative capacity that relies on invasive (surgical), non-invasive, or percutaneous techniques. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
DiagnosticProcedure A medical procedure intended primarily for diagnostic, as opposed to therapeutic, purposes. Subclass of: MedicalProcedure Subclass of: MedicalTest Source: WikiDoc
MedicalTherapy Any medical intervention designed to prevent, treat, and cure human diseases and medical conditions, including both curative and palliative therapies. Medical therapies are typically processes of care relying upon pharmacotherapy, behavioral therapy, supportive therapy (with fluid or nutrition for example), or detoxification (e.g. hemodialysis) aimed at improving or preventing a health condition. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
LifestyleModification A process of care involving exercise, changes to diet, fitness routines, and other lifestyle changes aimed at improving a health condition. Subclass of: MedicalTherapy Source: WikiDoc
Diet A strategy of regulating the intake of food to achieve or maintain a specific health-related goal. Subclass of: CreativeWork Subclass of: LifestyleModification Source: WikiDoc
DietarySupplement A product taken by mouth that contains a dietary ingredient intended to supplement the diet. Dietary ingredients may include vitamins, minerals, herbs or other botanicals, amino acids, and substances such as enzymes, organ tissues, glandulars and metabolites. Subclass of: MedicalTherapy Source: WikiDoc
Quantity Quantities such as distance, time, mass, weight, etc. Particular instances of say Mass are entities like '3 Kg' or '4 milligrams'. Subclass of: Intangible
Distance Properties that take Distances as values are of the form '&lt;Number&gt; &lt;Length unit of measure&gt;'. E.g., '7 ft' Subclass of: Quantity
DoseSchedule A specific dosing schedule for a drug or supplement. Subclass of: MedicalIntangible
Drug A chemical or biologic substance, used as a medical therapy, that has a physiological effect on an organism. Subclass of: MedicalTherapy Source: WikiDoc
DrugClass A class of medical drugs, e.g., statins. Classes can represent general pharmacological class, common mechanisms of action, common physiological effects, etc. Subclass of: MedicalTherapy Source: WikiDoc
DrugCost The cost per unit of a medical drug. Note that this type is not meant to represent the price in an offer of a drug for sale; see the Offer type for that. This type will typically be used to tag wholesale or average retail cost of a drug, or maximum reimbursable cost. Costs of medical drugs vary widely depending on how and where they are paid for, so while this type captures some of the variables, costs should be used with caution by consumers of this schema's markup. Subclass of: MedicalIntangible
MedicalEnumeration Enumerations related to health and the practice of medicine. Subclass of: MedicalIntangible Subclass of: Enumeration
DrugCostCategory Enumerated categories of medical drug costs. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration
ReimbursementCap The drug's cost represents the maximum reimbursement paid by an insurer for the drug.
Retail The drug's cost represents the retail cost of the drug.
Wholesale The drug's cost represents the wholesale acquisition cost of the drug.
DrugLegalStatus The legal availability status of a medical drug. Subclass of: MedicalIntangible Source: WikiDoc
DrugPregnancyCategory Categories that represent an assessment of the risk of fetal injury due to a drug or pharmaceutical used as directed by the mother during pregnancy. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration
FDAcategoryA A designation by the US FDA signifying that adequate and well-controlled studies have failed to demonstrate a risk to the fetus in the first trimester of pregnancy (and there is no evidence of risk in later trimesters).
FDAcategoryB A designation by the US FDA signifying that animal reproduction studies have failed to demonstrate a risk to the fetus and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women.
FDAcategoryC A designation by the US FDA signifying that animal reproduction studies have shown an adverse effect on the fetus and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in humans, but potential benefits may warrant use of the drug in pregnant women despite potential risks.
FDAcategoryD A designation by the US FDA signifying that there is positive evidence of human fetal risk based on adverse reaction data from investigational or marketing experience or studies in humans, but potential benefits may warrant use of the drug in pregnant women despite potential risks.
FDAcategoryX A designation by the US FDA signifying that studies in animals or humans have demonstrated fetal abnormalities and/or there is positive evidence of human fetal risk based on adverse reaction data from investigational or marketing experience, and the risks involved in use of the drug in pregnant women clearly outweigh potential benefits.
FDAnotEvaluated A designation that the drug in question has not been assigned a pregnancy category designation by the US FDA.
DrugPrescriptionStatus Indicates whether this drug is available by prescription or over-the-counter. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration
OTC Available over the counter.
PrescriptionOnly Available by prescription only.
DrugStrength A specific strength in which a medical drug is available in a specific country. Subclass of: MedicalIntangible Source: WikiDoc
DryCleaningOrLaundry A dry-cleaning business. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
Duration Quantity: Duration (use <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601'>ISO 8601 duration format</a>). Subclass of: Quantity
EducationEvent Event type: Education event. Subclass of: Event
HomeAndConstructionBusiness A construction business. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
Electrician An electrician. Subclass of: HomeAndConstructionBusiness Subclass of: ProfessionalService
ElectronicsStore An electronics store. Subclass of: Store
ElementarySchool An elementary school. Subclass of: EducationalOrganization
Embassy An embassy. Subclass of: GovernmentBuilding
EmergencyService An emergency service, such as a fire station or ER. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
EmploymentAgency An employment agency. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
Energy Properties that take Energy as values are of the form '&lt;Number&gt; &lt;Energy unit of measure&gt;' Subclass of: Quantity
EventVenue An event venue. Subclass of: CivicStructure
ExerciseGym A gym. Subclass of: SportsActivityLocation
PhysicalActivity Any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness. Includes activity that is part of daily living and routine, structured exercise, and exercise prescribed as part of a medical treatment or recovery plan. Subclass of: LifestyleModification Source: WikiDoc
ExercisePlan Fitness-related activity designed for a specific health-related purpose, including defined exercise routines as well as activity prescribed by a clinician. Subclass of: CreativeWork Subclass of: PhysicalActivity Source: WikiDoc
FastFoodRestaurant A fast-food restaurant. Subclass of: FoodEstablishment
Festival Event type: Festival. Subclass of: Event
FireStation A fire station. With firemen. Subclass of: CivicStructure Subclass of: EmergencyService
Number Data type: Number. Subclass of: DataType
Float Data type: Floating number. Subclass of: Number
Florist A florist. Subclass of: Store
FoodEvent Event type: Food event. Subclass of: Event
FurnitureStore A furniture store. Subclass of: Store
GardenStore A garden store. Subclass of: Store
GasStation A gas station. Subclass of: AutomotiveBusiness
GatedResidenceCommunity Residence type: Gated community. Subclass of: Residence
GeneralContractor A general contractor. Subclass of: HomeAndConstructionBusiness Subclass of: ProfessionalService
GeoCoordinates The geographic coordinates of a place or event. Subclass of: StructuredValue
GeoShape The geographic shape of a place. Subclass of: StructuredValue Source: rNews
GolfCourse A golf course. Subclass of: SportsActivityLocation
GovernmentOffice A government office&#x2014;for example, an IRS or DMV office. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
GovernmentOrganization A governmental organization or agency. Subclass of: Organization
GroceryStore A grocery store. Subclass of: Store
HVACBusiness An HVAC service. Subclass of: HomeAndConstructionBusiness
HairSalon A hair salon. Subclass of: HealthAndBeautyBusiness
HardwareStore A hardware store. Subclass of: Store
HealthClub A health club. Subclass of: HealthAndBeautyBusiness Subclass of: SportsActivityLocation
HighSchool A high school. Subclass of: EducationalOrganization
HinduTemple A Hindu temple. Subclass of: PlaceOfWorship
HobbyShop A hobby store. Subclass of: Store
HomeGoodsStore A home goods store. Subclass of: Store
Hospital A hospital. Subclass of: CivicStructure Subclass of: EmergencyService Subclass of: MedicalOrganization
Hostel A hostel. Subclass of: LodgingBusiness
Hotel A hotel. Subclass of: LodgingBusiness
HousePainter A house painting service. Subclass of: HomeAndConstructionBusiness Subclass of: ProfessionalService
IceCreamShop An ice cream shop Subclass of: FoodEstablishment
ImageGallery Web page type: Image gallery page. Subclass of: CollectionPage
ImageObject An image file. Subclass of: MediaObject
ImagingTest Any medical imaging modality typically used for diagnostic purposes. Subclass of: MedicalTest Source: WikiDoc
InfectiousAgentClass Classes of agents or pathogens that transmit infectious diseases. Enumerated type. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Source: WikiDoc
Bacteria Pathogenic bacteria that cause bacterial infection.
Fungus Pathogenic fungus.
MulticellularParasite Multicellular parasite that causes an infection.
Prion A prion is an infectious agent composed of protein in a misfolded form.
Protozoa Single-celled organism that causes an infection.
Virus Pathogenic virus that causes viral infection.
MedicalCondition Any condition of the human body that affects the normal functioning of a person, whether physically or mentally. Includes diseases, injuries, disabilities, disorders, syndromes, etc. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
InfectiousDisease An infectious disease is a clinically evident human disease resulting from the presence of pathogenic microbial agents, like pathogenic viruses, pathogenic bacteria, fungi, protozoa, multicellular parasites, and prions. To be considered an infectious disease, such pathogens are known to be able to cause this disease. Subclass of: MedicalCondition Source: WikiDoc
InsuranceAgency Insurance agency. Subclass of: FinancialService
Integer Data type: Integer. Subclass of: Number
InternetCafe An internet cafe. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
ItemAvailability A list of possible product availability options. Subclass of: Enumeration
Discontinued Indicates that the item has been discontinued.
InStock Indicates that the item is in stock.
InStoreOnly Indicates that the item is available only at physical locations.
LimitedAvailability Indicates that the item has limited availability.
OnlineOnly Indicates that the item is available only online.
OutOfStock Indicates that the item is out of stock.
PreOrder Indicates that the item is available for pre-order.
SoldOut Indicates that the item has sold out.
ItemList A list of items of any sort&#x2014;for example, Top 10 Movies About Weathermen, or Top 100 Party Songs. Not to be confused with HTML lists, which are often used only for formatting. Subclass of: CreativeWork
ItemPage A page devoted to a single item, such as a particular product or hotel. Subclass of: WebPage
JewelryStore A jewelry store. Subclass of: Store
JobPosting A listing that describes a job opening in a certain organization. Subclass of: Intangible
Joint The anatomical location at which two or more bones make contact. Subclass of: AnatomicalStructure Source: WikiDoc
LakeBodyOfWater A lake (for example, Lake Pontrachain). Subclass of: BodyOfWater
LandmarksOrHistoricalBuildings An historical landmark or building. Subclass of: Place
Language Natural languages such as Spanish, Tamil, Hindi, English, etc. and programming languages such as Scheme and Lisp. Subclass of: Intangible
LegislativeBuilding A legislative building&#x2014;for example, the state capitol. Subclass of: GovernmentBuilding
Library A library. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
Ligament A short band of tough, flexible, fibrous connective tissue that functions to connect multiple bones, cartilages, and structurally support joints. Subclass of: AnatomicalStructure Source: WikiDoc
LiquorStore A liquor store. Subclass of: Store
LiteraryEvent Event type: Literary event. Subclass of: Event
Locksmith A locksmith. Subclass of: HomeAndConstructionBusiness Subclass of: ProfessionalService
LymphaticVessel A type of blood vessel that specifically carries lymph fluid unidirectionally toward the heart. Subclass of: Vessel Source: WikiDoc
Map A map. Subclass of: CreativeWork
MapCategoryType An enumeration of several kinds of Map. Subclass of: Enumeration
ParkingMap A parking map.
SeatingMap A seating map.
VenueMap A venue map (e.g. for malls, auditoriums, museums, etc.).
TransitMap A transit map.
mapType Indicates the kind of Map, from the MapCategoryType Enumeration. Domain: Map Range: MapCategoryType
Mass Properties that take Mass as values are of the form '&lt;Number&gt; &lt;Mass unit of measure&gt;'. E.g., '7 kg' Subclass of: Quantity
MaximumDoseSchedule The maximum dosing schedule considered safe for a drug or supplement as recommended by an authority or by the drug/supplement's manufacturer. Capture the recommending authority in the recognizingAuthority property of MedicalEntity. Subclass of: DoseSchedule
PeopleAudience A set of characteristics belonging to people, e.g. who compose an item's target audience. Subclass of: Audience
MedicalAudience Target audiences for medical web pages. Enumerated type. Subclass of: Audience Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Subclass of: PeopleAudience Source: WikiDoc
Clinician Medical clinicians, including practicing physicians and other medical professionals involved in clinical practice.
MedicalResearcher Medical researchers.
Patient Patients.
MedicalCause The causative agent(s) that are responsible for the pathophysiologic process that eventually results in a medical condition, symptom or sign. In this schema, unless otherwise specified this is meant to be the proximate cause of the medical condition, symptom or sign. The proximate cause is defined as the causative agent that most directly results in the medical condition, symptom or sign. For example, the HIV virus could be considered a cause of AIDS. Or in a diagnostic context, if a patient fell and sustained a hip fracture and two days later sustained a pulmonary embolism which eventuated in a cardiac arrest, the cause of the cardiac arrest (the proximate cause) would be the pulmonary embolism and not the fall. <p>Medical causes can include cardiovascular, chemical, dermatologic, endocrine, environmental, gastroenterologic, genetic, hematologic, gynecologic, iatrogenic, infectious, musculoskeletal, neurologic, nutritional, obstetric, oncologic, otolaryngologic, pharmacologic, psychiatric, pulmonary, renal, rheumatologic, toxic, traumatic, or urologic causes; medical conditions can be causes as well. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
MedicalClinic A medical clinic. Subclass of: MedicalOrganization
MedicalCode A code for a medical entity. Subclass of: MedicalIntangible Source: WikiDoc
MedicalConditionStage A stage of a medical condition, such as 'Stage IIIa'. Subclass of: MedicalIntangible Source: WikiDoc
MedicalContraindication A condition or factor that serves as a reason to withhold a certain medical therapy. Contraindications can be absolute (there are no reasonable circumstances for undertaking a course of action) or relative (the patient is at higher risk of complications, but that these risks may be outweighed by other considerations or mitigated by other measures). Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
MedicalDevice Any object used in a medical capacity, such as to diagnose or treat a patient. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
MedicalDevicePurpose Categories of medical devices, organized by the purpose or intended use of the device. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Source: WikiDoc
Diagnostic A medical device used for diagnostic purposes.
Therapeutic A medical device used for therapeutic purposes.
MedicalEvidenceLevel Level of evidence for a medical guideline. Enumerated type. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Source: WikiDoc
EvidenceLevelA Data derived from multiple randomized clinical trials or meta-analyses.
EvidenceLevelB Data derived from a single randomized trial, or nonrandomized studies.
EvidenceLevelC Only consensus opinion of experts, case studies, or standard-of-care.
MedicalGuideline Any recommendation made by a standard society (e.g. ACC/AHA) or consensus statement that denotes how to diagnose and treat a particular condition. Note: this type should be used to tag the actual guideline recommendation; if the guideline recommendation occurs in a larger scholarly article, use MedicalScholarlyArticle to tag the overall article, not this type. Note also: the organization making the recommendation should be captured in the recognizingAuthority base property of MedicalEntity. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
MedicalGuidelineContraindication A guideline contraindication that designates a process as harmful and where quality of the data supporting the contraindication is sound. Subclass of: MedicalGuideline Source: WikiDoc
MedicalGuidelineRecommendation A guideline recommendation that is regarded as efficacious and where quality of the data supporting the recommendation is sound. Subclass of: MedicalGuideline Source: WikiDoc
MedicalImagingTechnique Any medical imaging modality typically used for diagnostic purposes. Enumerated type. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Source: WikiDoc
CT X-ray computed tomography imaging.
MRI Magnetic resonance imaging.
PET Positron emission tomography imaging.
Ultrasound Ultrasound imaging.
XRay X-ray imaging.
MedicalStudy A medical study is an umbrella type covering all kinds of research studies relating to human medicine or health, including observational studies and interventional trials and registries, randomized, controlled or not. When the specific type of study is known, use one of the extensions of this type, such as MedicalTrial or MedicalObservationalStudy. Also, note that this type should be used to mark up data that describes the study itself; to tag an article that publishes the results of a study, use MedicalScholarlyArticle. Note: use the code property of MedicalEntity to store study IDs, e.g. clinicaltrials.gov ID. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
MedicalObservationalStudy An observational study is a type of medical study that attempts to infer the possible effect of a treatment through observation of a cohort of subjects over a period of time. In an observational study, the assignment of subjects into treatment groups versus control groups is outside the control of the investigator. This is in contrast with controlled studies, such as the randomized controlled trials represented by MedicalTrial, where each subject is randomly assigned to a treatment group or a control group before the start of the treatment. Subclass of: MedicalStudy Source: WikiDoc
MedicalObservationalStudyDesign Design models for observational medical studies. Enumerated type. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Source: WikiDoc
CaseSeries A case series (also known as a clinical series) is a medical research study that tracks patients with a known exposure given similar treatment or examines their medical records for exposure and outcome. A case series can be retrospective or prospective and usually involves a smaller number of patients than the more powerful case-control studies or randomized controlled trials. Case series may be consecutive or non-consecutive, depending on whether all cases presenting to the reporting authors over a period of time were included, or only a selection.
CohortStudy Also known as a panel study. A cohort study is a form of longitudinal study used in medicine and social science. It is one type of study design and should be compared with a cross-sectional study. A cohort is a group of people who share a common characteristic or experience within a defined period (e.g., are born, leave school, lose their job, are exposed to a drug or a vaccine, etc.). The comparison group may be the general population from which the cohort is drawn, or it may be another cohort of persons thought to have had little or no exposure to the substance under investigation, but otherwise similar. Alternatively, subgroups within the cohort may be compared with each other.
CrossSectional Studies carried out on pre-existing data (usually from 'snapshot' surveys), such as that collected by the Census Bureau. Sometimes called Prevalence Studies.
Longitudinal Unlike cross-sectional studies, longitudinal studies track the same people, and therefore the differences observed in those people are less likely to be the result of cultural differences across generations. Longitudinal studies are also used in medicine to uncover predictors of certain diseases.
Observational An observational study design.
Registry A registry-based study design.
MedicalProcedureType An enumeration that describes different types of medical procedures. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Source: WikiDoc
NoninvasiveProcedure A type of medical procedure that involves noninvasive techniques.
PercutaneousProcedure A type of medical procedure that involves percutaneous techniques, where access to organs or tissue is achieved via needle-puncture of the skin. For example, catheter-based procedures like stent delivery.
SurgicalProcedure A type of medical procedure that involves invasive surgical techniques.
MedicalRiskEstimator Any rule set or interactive tool for estimating the risk of developing a complication or condition. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
MedicalRiskCalculator A complex mathematical calculation requiring an online calculator, used to assess prognosis. Note: use the url property of Thing to record any URLs for online calculators. Subclass of: MedicalRiskEstimator Source: WikiDoc
MedicalRiskFactor A risk factor is anything that increases a person's likelihood of developing or contracting a disease, medical condition, or complication. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
MedicalRiskScore A simple system that adds up the number of risk factors to yield a score that is associated with prognosis, e.g. CHAD score, TIMI risk score. Subclass of: MedicalRiskEstimator Source: WikiDoc
ScholarlyArticle A scholarly article. Subclass of: Article
MedicalScholarlyArticle A scholarly article in the medical domain. Subclass of: ScholarlyArticle
MedicalSignOrSymptom Any indication of the existence of a medical condition or disease. Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
MedicalSign Any physical manifestation of a person's medical condition discoverable by objective diagnostic tests or physical examination. Subclass of: MedicalSignOrSymptom Source: WikiDoc
Specialty Any branch of a field in which people typically develop specific expertise, usually after significant study, time, and effort. Subclass of: Enumeration
MedicalSpecialty Any specific branch of medical science or practice. Medical specialities include clinical specialties that pertain to particular organ systems and their respective disease states, as well as allied health specialties. Enumerated type. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Subclass of: Specialty Source: WikiDoc
Anesthesia A specific branch of medical science that pertains to study of anesthetics and their application.
Cardiovascular A specific branch of medical science that pertains to diagnosis and treatment of disorders of heart and vasculature.
CommunityHealth Community health.
Dentistry Dentistry.
Dermatologic A specific branch of medical science that pertains to diagnosis and treatment of disorders of skin.
DietNutrition Diet and nutrition.
Emergency A specific branch of medical science that is deals with the evaluation and initial treatment of medical conditions caused by trauma or sudden illness.
Endocrine A specific branch of medical science that pertains to diagnosis and treatment of disorders of endocrine glands and their secretions.
Gastroenterologic A specific branch of medical science that pertains to diagnosis and treatment of disorders of digestive system.
Genetic A specific branch of medical science that pertains to hereditary transmission and the variation of inherited characteristics and disorders.
Geriatric A specific branch of medical science that is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, debilities and provision of care to the aged.
Gynecologic A specific branch of medical science that pertains to the health care of women, particularly in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the female reproductive system.
Hematologic A specific branch of medical science that pertains to diagnosis and treatment of disorders of blood and blood producing organs.
Infectious A specific branch of medical science that pertains to diagnosis and treatment of bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections.
LaboratoryScience Laboratory science.
Midwifery Midwifery.
Musculoskeletal A specific branch of medical science that pertains to diagnosis and treatment of disorders of muscles, ligaments and skeletal system.
Neurologic A specific branch of medical science that studies the nerves and nervous system and its respective disease states.
Nursing Nursing.
Obstetric A specific branch of medical science that specializes in the care of women during the prenatal and postnatal care and with the delivery of the child.
OccupationalTherapy Occupational therapy.
Oncologic A specific branch of medical science that deals with benign and malignant tumors, including the study of their development, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Optometic Optometry.
Otolaryngologic A specific branch of medical science that is concerned with the ear, nose and throat and their respective disease states.
Pathology A specific branch of medical science that is concerned with the study of the cause, origin and nature of a disease state, including its consequences as a result of manifestation of the disease. In clinical care, the term is used to designate a branch of medicine using laboratory tests to diagnose and determine the prognostic significance of illness.
Pediatric A specific branch of medical science that specializes in the care of infants, children and adolescents.
PharmacySpecialty Pharmacy.
Physiotherapy Physiotherapy.
PlasticSurgery A specific branch of medical science that pertains to therapeutic or cosmetic repair or re-formation of missing, injured or malformed tissues or body parts by manual and instrumental means.
Podiatric Podiatry.
PrimaryCare Primary care.
Psychiatric A specific branch of medical science that is concerned with the study, treatment, and prevention of mental illness, using both medical and psychological therapies.
PublicHealth Environment and public health.
Pulmonary A specific branch of medical science that pertains to the study of the respiratory system and its respective disease states.
Radiograpy Radiography.
Renal A specific branch of medical science that pertains to the study of the kidneys and its respective disease states.
RespiratoryTherapy Respiratory therapy.
Rheumatologic A specific branch of medical science that deals with the study and treatment of rheumatic, autoimmune or joint diseases.
SpeechPathology Speech pathology.
Surgical A specific branch of medical science that pertains to treating diseases, injuries and deformities by manual and instrumental means.
Toxicologic A specific branch of medical science that is concerned with poisons, their nature, effects and detection and involved in the treatment of poisoning.
Urologic A specific branch of medical science that is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases pertaining to the urinary tract and the urogenital system.
MedicalStudyStatus The status of a medical study. Enumerated type. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Source: WikiDoc
ActiveNotRecruiting Active, but not recruiting new participants.
Completed Completed.
EnrollingByInvitation Enrolling participants by invitation only.
NotYetRecruiting Not yet recruiting.
Recruiting Recruiting participants.
ResultsAvailable Results are available.
ResultsNotAvailable Results are not available.
Suspended Suspended.
Terminated Terminated.
Withdrawn Withdrawn.
MedicalSymptom Any indication of the existence of a medical condition or disease that is apparent to the patient. Subclass of: MedicalSignOrSymptom Source: WikiDoc
MedicalTestPanel Any collection of tests commonly ordered together. Subclass of: MedicalTest Source: WikiDoc
MedicalTrial A medical trial is a type of medical study that uses scientific process used to compare the safety and efficacy of medical therapies or medical procedures. In general, medical trials are controlled and subjects are allocated at random to the different treatment and/or control groups. Subclass of: MedicalStudy Source: WikiDoc
MedicalTrialDesign Design models for medical trials. Enumerated type. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Source: WikiDoc
DoubleBlindedTrial A trial design in which neither the researcher nor the patient knows the details of the treatment the patient was randomly assigned to.
InternationalTrial An international trial.
MultiCenterTrial A trial that takes place at multiple centers.
OpenTrial A trial design in which the researcher knows the full details of the treatment, and so does the patient.
PlaceboControlledTrial A placebo-controlled trial design.
RandomizedTrial A randomized trial design.
SingleBlindedTrial A trial design in which the researcher knows which treatment the patient was randomly assigned to but the patient does not.
SingleCenterTrial A trial that takes place at a single center.
TripleBlindedTrial A trial design in which neither the researcher, the person administering the therapy nor the patient knows the details of the treatment the patient was randomly assigned to.
MedicalWebPage A web page that provides medical information. Subclass of: WebPage
MedicineSystem Systems of medical practice. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration
Ayurvedic A system of medicine that originated in India over thousands of years and that focuses on integrating and balancing the body, mind, and spirit.
Chiropractic A system of medicine focused on the relationship between the body's structure, mainly the spine, and its functioning.
Homeopathic A system of medicine based on the principle that a disease can be cured by a substance that produces similar symptoms in healthy people.
Osteopathic A system of medicine focused on promoting the body's innate ability to heal itself.
TraditionalChinese A system of medicine based on common theoretical concepts that originated in China and evolved over thousands of years, that uses herbs, acupuncture, exercise, massage, dietary therapy, and other methods to treat a wide range of conditions.
WesternConventional The conventional Western system of medicine, that aims to apply the best available evidence gained from the scientific method to clinical decision making. Also known as conventional or Western medicine.
MensClothingStore A men's clothing store. Subclass of: Store
MiddleSchool A middle school. Subclass of: EducationalOrganization
SoftwareApplication A software application. Subclass of: CreativeWork
MobileApplication A mobile software application. Subclass of: SoftwareApplication
MobilePhoneStore A mobile-phone store. Subclass of: Store
Mosque A mosque. Subclass of: PlaceOfWorship
Motel A motel. Subclass of: LodgingBusiness
MotorcycleDealer A motorcycle dealer. Subclass of: AutomotiveBusiness
MotorcycleRepair A motorcycle repair shop. Subclass of: AutomotiveBusiness
Mountain A mountain, like Mount Whitney or Mount Everest Subclass of: Landform
Movie A movie. Subclass of: CreativeWork
MovieRentalStore A movie rental store. Subclass of: Store
MovieTheater A movie theater. Subclass of: CivicStructure Subclass of: EntertainmentBusiness
MovingCompany A moving company. Subclass of: HomeAndConstructionBusiness
Muscle A muscle is an anatomical structure consisting of a contractile form of tissue that animals use to effect movement. Subclass of: AnatomicalStructure Source: WikiDoc
Museum A museum. Subclass of: CivicStructure
MusicPlaylist A collection of music tracks in playlist form. Subclass of: CreativeWork
MusicAlbum A collection of music tracks. Subclass of: MusicPlaylist
MusicEvent Event type: Music event. Subclass of: Event
MusicGroup A musical group, such as a band, an orchestra, or a choir. Can also be a solo musician. Subclass of: PerformingGroup
MusicRecording A music recording (track), usually a single song. Subclass of: CreativeWork
MusicStore A music store. Subclass of: Store
MusicVenue A music venue. Subclass of: CivicStructure
MusicVideoObject A music video file. Subclass of: MediaObject
NGO Organization: Non-governmental Organization. Subclass of: Organization
NailSalon A nail salon. Subclass of: HealthAndBeautyBusiness
Nerve A common pathway for the electrochemical nerve impulses that are transmitted along each of the axons. Subclass of: AnatomicalStructure Source: WikiDoc
NewsArticle A news article Subclass of: Article Source: rNews
NightClub A nightclub or discotheque. Subclass of: EntertainmentBusiness
Notary A notary. Subclass of: ProfessionalService
NutritionInformation Nutritional information about the recipe. Subclass of: StructuredValue
OceanBodyOfWater An ocean (for example, the Pacific). Subclass of: BodyOfWater
OfferItemCondition A list of possible conditions for the item. Subclass of: Enumeration
DamagedCondition Indicates that the item is damaged.
NewCondition Indicates that the item is new.
RefurbishedCondition Indicates that the item is refurbished.
UsedCondition Indicates that the item is used.
OfficeEquipmentStore An office equipment store. Subclass of: Store
Optician An optician's store. Subclass of: MedicalOrganization
OutletStore An outlet store. Subclass of: Store
Painting A painting. Subclass of: CreativeWork
PalliativeProcedure A medical procedure intended primarily for palliative purposes, aimed at relieving the symptoms of an underlying health condition. Subclass of: MedicalProcedure Subclass of: MedicalTherapy Source: WikiDoc
Park A park. Subclass of: CivicStructure
ParkingFacility A parking lot or other parking facility. Subclass of: CivicStructure
PathologyTest A medical test performed by a laboratory that typically involves examination of a tissue sample by a pathologist. Subclass of: MedicalTest Source: WikiDoc
PawnShop A pawn store. Subclass of: Store
PerformingArtsTheater A theater or other performing art center. Subclass of: CivicStructure
Person A person (alive, dead, undead, or fictional). Subclass of: Thing Source: rNews
PetStore A pet store. Subclass of: Store
Pharmacy A pharmacy or drugstore. Subclass of: MedicalOrganization
Photograph A photograph. Subclass of: CreativeWork
PhysicalActivityCategory Categories of physical activity, organized by physiologic classification. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Source: WikiDoc
AerobicActivity Physical activity of relatively low intensity that depends primarily on the aerobic energy-generating process; during activity, the aerobic metabolism uses oxygen to adequately meet energy demands during exercise.
AnaerobicActivity Physical activity that is of high-intensity which utilizes the anaerobic metabolism of the body.
Balance Physical activity that is engaged to help maintain posture and balance.
Flexibility Physical activity that is engaged in to improve joint and muscle flexibility.
LeisureTimeActivity Any physical activity engaged in for recreational purposes. Examples may include ballroom dancing, roller skating, canoeing, fishing, etc.
OccupationalActivity Any physical activity engaged in for job-related purposes. Examples may include waiting tables, maid service, carrying a mailbag, picking fruits or vegetables, construction work, etc.
StrengthTraining Physical activity that is engaged in to improve muscle and bone strength. Also referred to as resistance training.
PhysicalExam A type of physical examination of a patient performed by a physician. Enumerated type. Subclass of: MedicalEnumeration Subclass of: Enumeration Source: WikiDoc
Abdomen Abdomen
Appearance Appearance
CardiovascularExam Cardiovascular
Ear Ear
Eye Eye
Genitourinary Genitourinary
Head Head
Lung Lung
MusculoskeletalExam Musculoskeletal
Neck Neck
Neuro Neuro
Nose Nose
Skin Skin
Throat Throat
VitalSign VitalSign
PhysicalTherapy A process of progressive physical care and rehabilitation aimed at improving a health condition. Subclass of: MedicalTherapy Source: WikiDoc
Physician A doctor's office. Subclass of: MedicalOrganization
Playground A playground. Subclass of: CivicStructure
Plumber A plumbing service. Subclass of: HomeAndConstructionBusiness Subclass of: ProfessionalService
PoliceStation A police station. Subclass of: CivicStructure Subclass of: EmergencyService
Pond A pond Subclass of: BodyOfWater
PostOffice A post office. Subclass of: GovernmentOffice
PostalAddress The mailing address. Subclass of: ContactPoint
Preschool A preschool. Subclass of: EducationalOrganization
PreventionIndication An indication for preventing an underlying condition, symptom, etc. Subclass of: MedicalIndication Source: WikiDoc
Product Any offered product or service. For example: a pair of shoes; a concert ticket; the rental of a car; a haircut; or an episode of a TV show streamed online. Subclass of: Thing Source: GoodRelationsProperties
ProfilePage Web page type: Profile page. Subclass of: WebPage
PsychologicalTreatment A process of care relying upon counseling, dialogue, communication, verbalization aimed at improving a mental health condition. Subclass of: MedicalTherapy Source: WikiDoc
PublicSwimmingPool A public swimming pool. Subclass of: SportsActivityLocation
RVPark An RV park. Subclass of: CivicStructure
RadiationTherapy A process of care using radiation aimed at improving a health condition. Subclass of: MedicalTherapy Source: WikiDoc
RadioStation A radio station. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
RealEstateAgent A real-estate agent. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
Recipe A recipe. Subclass of: CreativeWork
RecommendedDoseSchedule A recommended dosing schedule for a drug or supplement as prescribed or recommended by an authority or by the drug/supplement's manufacturer. Capture the recommending authority in the recognizingAuthority property of MedicalEntity. Subclass of: DoseSchedule
RecyclingCenter A recycling center. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
ReportedDoseSchedule A patient-reported or observed dosing schedule for a drug or supplement. Subclass of: DoseSchedule
Reservoir A reservoir, like the Lake Kariba reservoir. Subclass of: BodyOfWater
Restaurant A restaurant. Subclass of: FoodEstablishment
Review A review of an item - for example, a restaurant, movie, or store. Subclass of: CreativeWork
RiverBodyOfWater A river (for example, the broad majestic Shannon). Subclass of: BodyOfWater
RoofingContractor A roofing contractor. Subclass of: HomeAndConstructionBusiness Subclass of: ProfessionalService
SaleEvent Event type: Sales event. Subclass of: Event
School A school. Subclass of: EducationalOrganization
Sculpture A piece of sculpture. Subclass of: CreativeWork
SeaBodyOfWater A sea (for example, the Caspian sea). Subclass of: BodyOfWater
SearchResultsPage Web page type: Search results page. Subclass of: WebPage
SelfStorage Self-storage facility. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
ShoeStore A shoe store. Subclass of: Store
ShoppingCenter A shopping center or mall. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
SingleFamilyResidence Residence type: Single-family home. Subclass of: Residence
WebPageElement A web page element, like a table or an image Subclass of: CreativeWork
SiteNavigationElement A navigation element of the page. Subclass of: WebPageElement
SkiResort A ski resort. Subclass of: SportsActivityLocation
SocialEvent Event type: Social event. Subclass of: Event
SportingGoodsStore A sporting goods store. Subclass of: Store
SportsClub A sports club. Subclass of: SportsActivityLocation
SportsEvent Event type: Sports event. Subclass of: Event
SportsTeam Organization: Sports team. Subclass of: Organization
StadiumOrArena A stadium. Subclass of: CivicStructure Subclass of: SportsActivityLocation
State A state or province. Subclass of: AdministrativeArea
SubwayStation A subway station. Subclass of: CivicStructure
SuperficialAnatomy Anatomical features that can be observed by sight (without dissection), including the form and proportions of the human body as well as surface landmarks that correspond to deeper subcutaneous structures. Superficial anatomy plays an important role in sports medicine, phlebotomy, and other medical specialties as underlying anatomical structures can be identified through surface palpation. For example, during back surgery, superficial anatomy can be used to palpate and count vertebrae to find the site of incision. Or in phlebotomy, superficial anatomy can be used to locate an underlying vein; for example, the median cubital vein can be located by palpating the borders of the cubital fossa (such as the epicondyles of the humerus) and then looking for the superficial signs of the vein, such as size, prominence, ability to refill after depression, and feel of surrounding tissue support. As another example, in a subluxation (dislocation) of the glenohumeral joint, the bony structure becomes pronounced with the deltoid muscle failing to cover the glenohumeral joint allowing the edges of the scapula to be superficially visible. Here, the superficial anatomy is the visible edges of the scapula, implying the underlying dislocation of the joint (the related anatomical structure). Subclass of: MedicalEntity Source: WikiDoc
Synagogue A synagogue. Subclass of: PlaceOfWorship
Episode A TV or radio episode which can be part of a series or season. Subclass of: CreativeWork
TVEpisode A TV episode which can be part of a series or season. Subclass of: Episode
Season A TV or radio season. Subclass of: CreativeWork
TVSeason Season dedicated to TV broadcast and associated online delivery. Subclass of: CreativeWork Subclass of: Season
Series A TV or radio series. Subclass of: CreativeWork
TVSeries Series dedicated to TV broadcast and associated online delivery. Subclass of: CreativeWork Subclass of: Series
Table A table on the page. Subclass of: WebPageElement
TattooParlor A tattoo parlor. Subclass of: HealthAndBeautyBusiness
TaxiStand A taxi stand. Subclass of: CivicStructure
TelevisionStation A television station. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
TennisComplex A tennis complex. Subclass of: SportsActivityLocation
Text Data type: Text. Subclass of: DataType
TheaterEvent Event type: Theater performance. Subclass of: Event
TheaterGroup A theater group or company&#x2014;for example, the Royal Shakespeare Company or Druid Theatre. Subclass of: PerformingGroup
TherapeuticProcedure A medical procedure intended primarily for therapeutic purposes, aimed at improving a health condition. Subclass of: MedicalProcedure Subclass of: MedicalTherapy Source: WikiDoc
Time A point in time recurring on multiple days in the form hh:mm:ss[Z|(+|-)hh:mm] (see <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-2/#time">XML schema for details</a>). Subclass of: DataType
TireShop A tire shop. Subclass of: Store
TouristAttraction A tourist attraction. Subclass of: Place
TouristInformationCenter A tourist information center. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
ToyStore A toy store. Subclass of: Store
TrainStation A train station. Subclass of: CivicStructure
TravelAgency A travel agency. Subclass of: LocalBusiness
TreatmentIndication An indication for treating an underlying condition, symptom, etc. Subclass of: MedicalIndication Source: WikiDoc
URL Data type: URL. Subclass of: Text
UserInteraction A user interacting with a page Subclass of: Event
UserBlocks User interaction: Block this content. Subclass of: UserInteraction
UserCheckins User interaction: Check-in at a place. Subclass of: UserInteraction
UserComments The UserInteraction event in which a user comments on an item. Subclass of: UserInteraction Source: rNews
UserDownloads User interaction: Download of an item. Subclass of: UserInteraction
UserLikes User interaction: Like an item. Subclass of: UserInteraction
UserPageVisits User interaction: Visit to a web page. Subclass of: UserInteraction
UserPlays User interaction: Play count of an item, for example a video or a song. Subclass of: UserInteraction
UserPlusOnes User interaction: +1. Subclass of: UserInteraction
UserTweets User interaction: Tweets. Subclass of: UserInteraction
Vein A type of blood vessel that specifically carries blood to the heart. Subclass of: Vessel Source: WikiDoc
VeterinaryCare A vet's office. Subclass of: MedicalOrganization
VideoGallery Web page type: Video gallery page. Subclass of: CollectionPage
VideoObject A video file. Subclass of: MediaObject Source: rNews
VisualArtsEvent Event type: Visual arts event. Subclass of: Event
Volcano A volcano, like Fuji san. Subclass of: Landform
WPAdBlock An advertising section of the page. Subclass of: WebPageElement
WPFooter The footer section of the page. Subclass of: WebPageElement
WPHeader The header section of the page. Subclass of: WebPageElement
WPSideBar A sidebar section of the page. Subclass of: WebPageElement
Waterfall A waterfall, like Niagara Subclass of: BodyOfWater
WebApplication Web applications. Subclass of: SoftwareApplication
WholesaleStore A wholesale store. Subclass of: Store
Winery A winery. Subclass of: FoodEstablishment
Zoo A zoo. Subclass of: CivicStructure
Brand A brand is a name used by an organization or business person for labeling a product, product group, or similar. Subclass of: Intangible Source: GoodRelationsClass
BusinessEntityType A business entity type is a conceptual entity representing the legal form, the size, the main line of business, the position in the value chain, or any combination thereof, of an organization or business person. Commonly used values: http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Business http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Enduser http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#PublicInstitution http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Reseller Subclass of: Enumeration Source: GoodRelationsClass
BusinessFunction The business function specifies the type of activity or access (i.e., the bundle of rights) offered by the organization or business person through the offer. Typical are sell, rental or lease, maintenance or repair, manufacture / produce, recycle / dispose, engineering / construction, or installation. Proprietary specifications of access rights are also instances of this class. Commonly used values: http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#ConstructionInstallation http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Dispose http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#LeaseOut http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Maintain http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#ProvideService http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Repair http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Sell http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Buy Subclass of: Enumeration Source: GoodRelationsClass
PaymentMethod A payment method is a standardized procedure for transferring the monetary amount for a purchase. Payment methods are characterized by the legal and technical structures used, and by the organization or group carrying out the transaction. Commonly used values: http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#ByBankTransferInAdvance http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#ByInvoice http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Cash http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#CheckInAdvance http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#COD http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DirectDebit http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#GoogleCheckout http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#PayPal http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#PaySwarm Subclass of: Enumeration Source: GoodRelationsClass
CreditCard A credit or debit card type as a standardized procedure for transferring the monetary amount for a purchase. Commonly used values: http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#AmericanExpress http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DinersClub http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Discover http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#JCB http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#MasterCard http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#VISA Subclass of: PaymentMethod Source: GoodRelationsClass
DayOfWeek The day of the week, e.g. used to specify to which day the opening hours of an OpeningHoursSpecification refer. Commonly used values: http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Monday http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Tuesday http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Wednesday http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Thursday http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Friday http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Saturday http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Sunday http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#PublicHolidays Subclass of: Enumeration Source: GoodRelationsClass
PriceSpecification A structured value representing a monetary amount. Typically, only the subclasses of this type are used for markup. Subclass of: StructuredValue Source: GoodRelationsClass
DeliveryChargeSpecification The price for the delivery of an offer using a particular delivery method. Subclass of: PriceSpecification Source: GoodRelationsClass
DeliveryMethod A delivery method is a standardized procedure for transferring the product or service to the destination of fulfillment chosen by the customer. Delivery methods are characterized by the means of transportation used, and by the organization or group that is the contracting party for the sending organization or person. Commonly used values: http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DeliveryModeDirectDownload http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DeliveryModeFreight http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DeliveryModeMail http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DeliveryModeOwnFleet http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DeliveryModePickUp http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DHL http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#FederalExpress http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#UPS Subclass of: Enumeration Source: GoodRelationsClass
Demand A demand entity represents the public, not necessarily binding, not necessarily exclusive, announcement by an organization or person to seek a certain type of goods or services. For describing demand using this type, the very same properties used for Offer apply. Subclass of: Intangible Source: GoodRelationsClass
IndividualProduct A single, identifiable product instance (e.g. a laptop with a particular serial number). Subclass of: Product Source: GoodRelationsClass
OpeningHoursSpecification A structured value providing information about the opening hours of a place or a certain service inside a place. Subclass of: StructuredValue Source: GoodRelationsClass
OwnershipInfo A structured value providing information about when a certain organization or person owned a certain product. Subclass of: StructuredValue Source: GoodRelationsClass
ParcelService A private parcel service as the delivery mode available for a certain offer. Commonly used values: http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#DHL http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#FederalExpress http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#UPS Subclass of: DeliveryMethod Source: GoodRelationsClass
PaymentChargeSpecification The costs of settling the payment using a particular payment method. Subclass of: PriceSpecification Source: GoodRelationsClass
ProductModel A datasheet or vendor specification of a product (in the sense of a prototypical description). Subclass of: Product Source: GoodRelationsClass
QualitativeValue A predefined value for a product characteristic, e.g. the the power cord plug type "US" or the garment sizes "S", "M", "L", and "XL" Subclass of: Enumeration Source: GoodRelationsClass
QuantitativeValue A point value or interval for product characteristics and other purposes. Subclass of: StructuredValue Source: GoodRelationsClass
SomeProducts A placeholder for multiple similar products of the same kind. Subclass of: Product Source: GoodRelationsClass
TypeAndQuantityNode A structured value indicating the quantity, unit of measurement, and business function of goods included in a bundle offer. Subclass of: StructuredValue Source: GoodRelationsClass
UnitPriceSpecification The price asked for a given offer by the respective organization or person. Subclass of: PriceSpecification Source: GoodRelationsClass
WarrantyPromise A structured value representing the duration and scope of services that will be provided to a customer free of charge in case of a defect or malfunction of a product. Subclass of: StructuredValue Source: GoodRelationsClass
WarrantyScope A range of of services that will be provided to a customer free of charge in case of a defect or malfunction of a product. Commonly used values: http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Labor-BringIn http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#PartsAndLabor-BringIn http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#PartsAndLabor-PickUp Subclass of: Enumeration Source: GoodRelationsClass
TechArticle A technical article - Example: How-to (task) topics, step-by-step, procedural troubleshooting, specifications, etc. Subclass of: Article
APIReference Reference documentation for application programming interfaces (APIs). Subclass of: TechArticle
Code Computer programming source code. Example: Full (compile ready) solutions, code snippet samples, scripts, templates. Subclass of: CreativeWork
ParentAudience A set of characteristics describing parents, who can be interested in viewing some content Subclass of: PeopleAudience
AlignmentObject An intangible item that describes an alignment between a learning resource and a node in an educational framework. Subclass of: Intangible Source: LRMIClass
EducationalAudience An EducationalAudience Subclass of: Audience Source: LRMIClass
DataCatalog A collection of datasets. Subclass of: CreativeWork Source: DatasetClass
DataDownload A dataset in downloadable form. Subclass of: MediaObject Source: DatasetClass
Dataset A body of structured information describing some topic(s) of interest. Subclass of: CreativeWork Source: DatasetClass
Class A class, also often called a 'Type'; equivalent to rdfs:Class. Subclass of: Intangible
Property A property, used to indicate attributes and relationships of some Thing; equivalent to rdf:Property. Subclass of: Intangible
PublicationEvent A PublicationEvent corresponds indifferently to the event of publication for a CreativeWork of any type e.g. a broadcast event, an on-demand event, a book/journal publication via a variety of delivery media. Subclass of: Event
BroadcastEvent An over the air or online broadcast event. Subclass of: PublicationEvent
BroadcastService A delivery service through which content is provided via broadcast over the air or online. Subclass of: Thing
Clip A short TV or radio program or a segment/part of a program. Subclass of: CreativeWork
OnDemandEvent A publication event e.g. catch-up TV or radio podcast, during which a program is available on-demand. Subclass of: PublicationEvent
RadioClip A short radio program or a segment/part of a radio program. Subclass of: Clip
RadioEpisode A radio episode which can be part of a series or season. Subclass of: Episode
RadioSeason Season dedicated to radio broadcast and associated online delivery. Subclass of: Season
RadioSeries Series dedicated to radio broadcast and associated online delivery. Subclass of: Series
TVClip A short TV program or a segment/part of a TV program. Subclass of: Clip
BusinessAudience A set of characteristics belonging to businesses, e.g. who compose an item's target audience. Subclass of: Audience
ContactPointOption Enumerated options related to a ContactPoint Subclass of: Enumeration
HearingImpairedSupported Uses devices to support users with hearing impairments.
TollFree The associated telephone number is toll free.
Permit A permit issued by an organization, e.g. a parking pass. Subclass of: Intangible
GovernmentPermit A permit issued by a government agency. Subclass of: Permit
Service A service provided by an organization, e.g. delivery service, print services, etc. Subclass of: Intangible
GovernmentService A service provided by a government organization, e.g. food stamps, veterans benefits, etc. Subclass of: Service
ServiceChannel A means for accessing a service, e.g. a government office location, web site, or phone number. Subclass of: Intangible
EventStatusType EventStatusType is an enumeration type whose instances represent several states that an Event may be in. Subclass of: Enumeration
EventCancelled The event has been cancelled. If the event has multiple startDate values, all are assumed to be cancelled. Either startDate or previousStartDate may be used to specify the event’s cancelled date(s).
EventPostponed The event has been postponed and no new date has been set. The event’s previousStartDate should be set.
EventRescheduled The event has been rescheduled. The event’s previousStartDate should be set to the old date and the startDate should be set to the event’s new date. (If the event has been rescheduled multiple times, the previousStartDate property may be repeated.)
EventScheduled The event is taking place or has taken place on the startDate as scheduled. Use of this value is optional, as it is assumed by default.
DeliveryEvent An event involving the delivery of an item. Subclass of: Event
LockerDelivery A DeliveryMethod in which an item is made available via locker. Subclass of: DeliveryMethod
OnSitePickup A DeliveryMethod in which an item is collected on site, e.g. in a store or at a box office.
Order An order is a confirmation of a transaction (a receipt), which can contain multiple line items, each represented by an Offer that has been accepted by the customer. Subclass of: Intangible
OrderStatus Enumerated status values for Order. Subclass of: Enumeration
OrderCancelled OrderStatus representing cancellation of an order.
OrderDelivered OrderStatus representing successful delivery of an order.
OrderInTransit OrderStatus representing that an order is in transit.
OrderPaymentDue OrderStatus representing that payment is due on an order.
OrderPickupAvailable OrderStatus representing availability of an order for pickup.
OrderProblem OrderStatus representing that there is a problem with the order.
OrderProcessing OrderStatus representing that an order is being processed.
OrderReturned OrderStatus representing that an order has been returned.
ParcelDelivery The delivery of a parcel either via the postal service or a commercial service. Subclass of: Intangible
Action An action performed by a direct agent and indirect participants upon a direct object. Optionally happens at a location with the help of an inanimate instrument. The execution of the action may produce a result. Specific action sub-type documentation specifies the exact expectation of each argument/role. Subclass of: Thing Source: Action collaborations
OrganizeAction The act of manipulating/administering/supervising/controlling one or more objects. Subclass of: Action
AllocateAction The act of organizing tasks/objects/events by associating resources to it. Subclass of: OrganizeAction
AcceptAction The act of committing to/adopting an object.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/RejectAction">RejectAction</a>: The antagonym of AcceptAction.</li></ul> Subclass of: AllocateAction
AchieveAction The act of accomplishing something via previous efforts. It is an instantaneous action rather than an ongoing process. Subclass of: Action
UpdateAction The act of managing by changing/editing the state of the object. Subclass of: Action
AddAction The act of editing by adding an object to a collection. Subclass of: UpdateAction
AssessAction The act of forming one's opinion, reaction or sentiment. Subclass of: Action
ReactAction The act of responding instinctively and emotionally to an object, expressing a sentiment. Subclass of: AssessAction
AgreeAction The act of expressing a consistency of opinion with the object. An agent agrees to/about an object (a proposition, topic or theme) with participants. Subclass of: ReactAction
InsertAction The act of adding at a specific location in an ordered collection. Subclass of: AddAction
AppendAction The act of inserting at the end if an ordered collection. Subclass of: InsertAction
ApplyAction The act of registering to an organization/service without the guarantee to receive it. NOTE(goto): should this be under InteractAction instead?<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/RegisterAction">RegisterAction</a>: Unlike RegisterAction, ApplyAction has no guarantees that the application will be accepted.</li></ul> Subclass of: OrganizeAction
MoveAction The act of an agent relocating to a place.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/TransferAction">TransferAction</a>: Unlike TransferAction, the subject of the move is a living Person or Organization rather than an inanimate object.</li></ul> Subclass of: Action
ArriveAction The act of arriving at a place. An agent arrives at a destination from an fromLocation, optionally with participants. Subclass of: MoveAction
InteractAction The act of interacting with another person or organization. Subclass of: Action
CommunicateAction The act of conveying information to another person via a communication medium (instrument) such as speech, email, or telephone conversation. Subclass of: InteractAction
AskAction The act of posing a question / favor to someone.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/ReplyAction">ReplyAction</a>: Appears generally as a response to AskAction.</li></ul> Subclass of: CommunicateAction
AssignAction The act of allocating an action/event/task to some destination (someone or something). Subclass of: AllocateAction
AuthorizeAction The act of granting permission to an object. Subclass of: AllocateAction
BefriendAction The act of forming a personal connection with someone (object) mutually/bidirectionally/symmetrically.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/FollowAction">FollowAction</a>: Unlike FollowAction, BefriendAction implies that the connection is reciprocal.</li></ul> Subclass of: InteractAction
BookmarkAction An agent bookmarks/flags/labels/tags/marks an object. Subclass of: OrganizeAction
TransferAction The act of transferring/moving (abstract or concrete) animate or inanimate objects from one place to another. Subclass of: Action
BorrowAction The act of obtaining an object under an agreement to return it at a later date. Reciprocal of LendAction.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/LendAction">LendAction</a>: Reciprocal of BorrowAction.</li></ul> Subclass of: TransferAction
TradeAction The act of participating in an exchange of goods and services for monetary compensation. An agent trades an object, product or service with a participant in exchange for a one time or periodic payment. Subclass of: Action
BuyAction The act of giving money to a seller in exchange for goods or services rendered. An agent buys an object, product, or service from a seller for a price. Reciprocal of SellAction. Subclass of: TradeAction
PlanAction The act of planning the execution of an event/task/action/reservation/plan to a future date. Subclass of: OrganizeAction
CancelAction The act of asserting that a future event/action is no longer going to happen.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/ConfirmAction">ConfirmAction</a>: The antagonym of CancelAction.</li></ul> Subclass of: PlanAction
FindAction The act of finding an object.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/SearchAction">SearchAction</a>: FindAction is generally lead by a SearchAction, but not necessarily.</li></ul> Subclass of: Action
CheckAction An agent inspects/determines/investigates/inquire or examine an object's accuracy/quality/condition or state. Subclass of: FindAction
CheckInAction The act of an agent communicating (service provider, social media, etc) their arrival by registering/confirming for a previously reserved service (e.g. flight check in) or at a place (e.g. hotel), possibly resulting in a result (boarding pass, etc).<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/CheckOutAction">CheckOutAction</a>: The antagonym of CheckInAction.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/ArriveAction">ArriveAction</a>: Unlike ArriveAction, CheckInAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the start of a previously reserved service.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/ConfirmAction">ConfirmAction</a>: Unlike ConfirmAction, CheckInAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the *start* of a previously reserved service rather than its validity/existence.</li></ul> Subclass of: CommunicateAction
CheckOutAction The act of an agent communicating (service provider, social media, etc) their departure of a previously reserved service (e.g. flight check in) or place (e.g. hotel).<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/CheckInAction">CheckInAction</a>: The antagonym of CheckOutAction.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/DepartAction">DepartAction</a>: Unlike DepartAction, CheckOutAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the end of a previously reserved service.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/CancelAction">CancelAction</a>: Unlike CancelAction, CheckOutAction implies that the agent is informing/confirming the end of a previously reserved service.</li></ul> Subclass of: CommunicateAction
ChooseAction The act of expressing a preference from a set of options or a large or unbounded set of choices/options. Subclass of: AssessAction
CommentAction The act of generating a comment about a subject. Subclass of: CommunicateAction
InformAction The act of notifying someone of information pertinent to them, with no expectation of a response. Subclass of: CommunicateAction
ConfirmAction The act of notifying someone that a future event/action is going to happen as expected.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/CancelAction">CancelAction</a>: The antagonym of ConfirmAction.</li></ul> Subclass of: InformAction
ConsumeAction The act of ingesting information/resources/food. Subclass of: Action
CreateAction The act of deliberately creating/producing/generating/building a result out of the agent. Subclass of: Action
CookAction The act of producing/preparing food. Subclass of: CreateAction
DeleteAction The act of editing a recipient by removing one of its objects. Subclass of: UpdateAction
DepartAction The act of departing from a place. An agent departs from an fromLocation for a destination, optionally with participants. Subclass of: MoveAction
DisagreeAction The act of expressing a difference of opinion with the object. An agent disagrees to/about an object (a proposition, topic or theme) with participants. Subclass of: ReactAction
DiscoverAction The act of discovering/finding an object. Subclass of: FindAction
DislikeAction The act of expressing a negative sentiment about the object. An agent dislikes an object (a proposition, topic or theme) with participants. Subclass of: ReactAction
DonateAction The act of providing goods, services, or money without compensation, often for philanthropic reasons. Subclass of: TradeAction
DownloadAction The act of downloading an object. Subclass of: TransferAction
DrawAction The act of producing a visual/graphical representation of an object, typically with a pen/pencil and paper as instruments. Subclass of: CreateAction
DrinkAction The act of swallowing liquids. Subclass of: ConsumeAction
EatAction The act of swallowing solid objects. Subclass of: ConsumeAction
EndorseAction An agent approves/certifies/likes/supports/sanction an object. Subclass of: ReactAction
PlayAction The act of playing/exercising/training/performing for enjoyment, leisure, recreation, Competition or exercise.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/ListenAction">ListenAction</a>: Unlike ListenAction (which is under ConsumeAction), PlayAction refers to performing for an audience or at an event, rather than consuming music.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/WatchAction">WatchAction</a>: Unlike WatchAction (which is under ConsumeAction), PlayAction refers to showing/displaying for an audience or at an event, rather than consuming visual content.</li></ul> Subclass of: Action
ExerciseAction The act of participating in exertive activity for the purposes of improving health and fitness Subclass of: PlayAction
FilmAction The act of capturing sound and moving images on film, video, or digitally. Subclass of: CreateAction
FollowAction The act of forming a personal connection with someone/something (object) unidirectionally/asymmetrically to get updates polled from.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/BefriendAction">BefriendAction</a>: Unlike BefriendAction, FollowAction implies that the connection is *not* necessarily reciprocal.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/SubscribeAction">SubscribeAction</a>: Unlike SubscribeAction, FollowAction implies that the follower acts as an active agent constantly/actively polling for updates.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/RegisterAction">RegisterAction</a>: Unlike RegisterAction, FollowAction implies that the agent is interested in continuing receiving updates from the object.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/JoinAction">JoinAction</a>: Unlike JoinAction, FollowAction implies that the agent is interested in getting updates from the object.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/TrackAction">TrackAction</a>: Unlike TrackAction, FollowAction refers to the polling of updates of all aspects of animate objects rather than the location of inanimate objects (e.g. you track a package, but you don't follow it).</li></ul> Subclass of: InteractAction
GiveAction The act of transferring ownership of an object to a destination. Reciprocal of TakeAction.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/TakeAction">TakeAction</a>: Reciprocal of GiveAction.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/SendAction">SendAction</a>: Unlike SendAction, GiveAction implies that ownership is being transferred (e.g. I may send my laptop to you, but that doesn't mean I'm giving it to you).</li></ul> Subclass of: TransferAction
IgnoreAction The act of intentionally disregarding the object. An agent ignores an object. Subclass of: AssessAction
InstallAction The act of installing an application. Subclass of: ConsumeAction
InviteAction The act of asking someone to attend an event. Reciprocal of RsvpAction. Subclass of: CommunicateAction
JoinAction An agent joins an event/group with participants/friends at a location.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/RegisterAction">RegisterAction</a>: Unlike RegisterAction, JoinAction refers to joining a group/team of people.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/SubscribeAction">SubscribeAction</a>: Unlike SubscribeAction, JoinAction does not imply that you'll be receiving updates.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/FollowAction">FollowAction</a>: Unlike FollowAction, JoinAction does not imply that you'll be polling for updates.</li></ul> Subclass of: InteractAction
LeaveAction An agent leaves an event / group with participants/friends at a location.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/JoinAction">JoinAction</a>: The antagonym of LeaveAction.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/UnRegisterAction">UnRegisterAction</a>: Unlike UnRegisterAction, LeaveAction implies leaving a group/team of people rather than a service.</li></ul> Subclass of: InteractAction
LendAction The act of providing an object under an agreement that it will be returned at a later date. Reciprocal of BorrowAction.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/BorrowAction">BorrowAction</a>: Reciprocal of LendAction.</li></ul> Subclass of: TransferAction
LikeAction The act of expressing a positive sentiment about the object. An agent likes an object (a proposition, topic or theme) with participants. Subclass of: ReactAction
ListenAction The act of consuming audio content. Subclass of: ConsumeAction
LoseAction The act of being defeated in a competitive activity. Subclass of: AchieveAction
MarryAction The act of marrying a person. Subclass of: InteractAction
OrderAction An agent orders an object/product/service to be delivered/sent. Subclass of: TradeAction
PaintAction The act of producing a painting, typically with paint and canvas as instruments. Subclass of: CreateAction
PayAction An agent pays a price to a participant. Subclass of: TradeAction
PerformAction The act of participating in performance arts. Subclass of: PlayAction
PhotographAction The act of capturing still images of objects using a camera. Subclass of: CreateAction
PrependAction The act of inserting at the beginning if an ordered collection. Subclass of: InsertAction
QuoteAction An agent quotes/estimates/appraises an object/product/service with a price at a location/store. Subclass of: TradeAction
ReadAction The act of consuming written content. Subclass of: ConsumeAction
ReceiveAction The act of physically/electronically taking delivery of an object thathas been transferred from an origin to a destination. Reciprocal of SendAction.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/SendAction">SendAction</a>: The reciprocal of ReceiveAction.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/TakeAction">TakeAction</a>: Unlike TakeAction, ReceiveAction does not imply that the ownership has been transfered (e.g. I can receive a package, but it does not mean the package is now mine).</li></ul> Subclass of: TransferAction
RegisterAction The act of registering to be a user of a service, product or web page.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/JoinAction">JoinAction</a>: Unlike JoinAction, RegisterAction implies you are registering to be a user of a service, *not* a group/team of people.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/FollowAction">FollowAction</a>: Unlike FollowAction, RegisterAction doesn't imply that the agent is expecting to poll for updates from the object.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/SubscribeAction">SubscribeAction</a>: Unlike SubscribeAction, RegisterAction doesn't imply that the agent is expecting updates from the object.</li></ul> Subclass of: InteractAction
RejectAction The act of rejecting to/adopting an object.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/AcceptAction">AcceptAction</a>: The antagonym of RejectAction.</li></ul> Subclass of: AllocateAction
RentAction The act of giving money in return for temporary use, but not ownership, of an object such as a vehicle or property. For example, an agent rents a property from a landlord in exchange for a periodic payment. Subclass of: TradeAction
ReplaceAction The act of editing a recipient by replacing an old object with a new object. Subclass of: UpdateAction
ReplyAction The act of responding to a question/message asked/sent by the object. Related to <a href="AskAction">AskAction</a>.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/AskAction">AskAction</a>: Appears generally as an origin of a ReplyAction.</li></ul> Subclass of: CommunicateAction
ReserveAction Reserving a concrete object.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/ScheduleAction">ScheduleAction</a>: Unlike ScheduleAction, ReserveAction reserves concrete objects (e.g. a table, a hotel) towards a time slot / spatial allocation.</li></ul> Subclass of: PlanAction
ReturnAction The act of returning to the origin that which was previously received (concrete objects) or taken (ownership). Subclass of: TransferAction
ReviewAction The act of producing a balanced opinion about the object for an audience. An agent reviews an object with participants resulting in a review. Subclass of: AssessAction
RsvpAction The act of notifying an event organizer as to whether you expect to attend the event. Subclass of: InformAction
ScheduleAction Scheduling future actions, events, or tasks.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/ReserveAction">ReserveAction</a>: Unlike ReserveAction, ScheduleAction allocates future actions (e.g. an event, a task, etc) towards a time slot / spatial allocation.</li></ul> Subclass of: PlanAction
SearchAction The act of searching for an object.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/FindAction">FindAction</a>: SearchAction generally leads to a FindAction, but not necessarily.</li></ul> Subclass of: Action
SellAction The act of taking money from a buyer in exchange for goods or services rendered. An agent sells an object, product, or service to a buyer for a price. Reciprocal of BuyAction. Subclass of: TradeAction
SendAction The act of physically/electronically dispatching an object for transfer from an origin to a destination.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/ReceiveAction">ReceiveAction</a>: The reciprocal of SendAction.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/GiveAction">GiveAction</a>: Unlike GiveAction, SendAction does not imply the transfer of ownership (e.g. I can send you my laptop, but I'm not necessarily giving it to you).</li></ul> Subclass of: TransferAction
ShareAction The act of distributing content to people for their amusement or edification. Subclass of: CommunicateAction
SubscribeAction The act of forming a personal connection with someone/something (object) unidirectionally/asymmetrically to get updates pushed to.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/FollowAction">FollowAction</a>: Unlike FollowAction, SubscribeAction implies that the subscriber acts as a passive agent being constantly/actively pushed for updates.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/RegisterAction">RegisterAction</a>: Unlike RegisterAction, SubscribeAction implies that the agent is interested in continuing receiving updates from the object.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/JoinAction">JoinAction</a>: Unlike JoinAction, SubscribeAction implies that the agent is interested in continuing receiving updates from the object.</li></ul> Subclass of: InteractAction
TakeAction The act of gaining ownership of an object from an origin. Reciprocal of GiveAction.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/GiveAction">GiveAction</a>: The reciprocal of TakeAction.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/ReceiveAction">ReceiveAction</a>: Unlike ReceiveAction, TakeAction implies that ownership has been transfered.</li></ul> Subclass of: TransferAction
TieAction The act of reaching a draw in a competitive activity. Subclass of: AchieveAction
TipAction The act of giving money voluntarily to a beneficiary in recognition of services rendered. Subclass of: TradeAction
TrackAction An agent tracks an object for updates.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/FollowAction">FollowAction</a>: Unlike FollowAction, TrackAction refers to the interest on the location of innanimates objects.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/SubscribeAction">SubscribeAction</a>: Unlike SubscribeAction, TrackAction refers to the interest on the location of innanimate objects.</li></ul> Subclass of: FindAction
TravelAction The act of traveling from an fromLocation to a destination by a specified mode of transport, optionally with participants. Subclass of: MoveAction
UnRegisterAction The act of un-registering from a service.<p>Related actions:</p><ul><li><a href="http://schema.org/RegisterAction">RegisterAction</a>: Antagonym of UnRegisterAction.</li><li><a href="http://schema.org/Leave">Leave</a>: Unlike LeaveAction, UnRegisterAction implies that you are unregistering from a service you werer previously registered, rather than leaving a team/group of people.</li></ul> Subclass of: InteractAction
UseAction The act of applying an object to its intended purpose. Subclass of: ConsumeAction
ViewAction The act of consuming static visual content. Subclass of: ConsumeAction
VoteAction The act of expressing a preference from a fixed/finite/structured set of choices/options. Subclass of: ChooseAction
WantAction The act of expressing a desire about the object. An agent wants an object. Subclass of: ReactAction
WatchAction The act of consuming dynamic/moving visual content. Subclass of: ConsumeAction
WearAction The act of dressing oneself in clothing. Subclass of: UseAction
WinAction The act of achieving victory in a competitive activity. Subclass of: AchieveAction
WriteAction The act of authoring written creative content. Subclass of: CreateAction
about The subject matter of the content. Domain: CreativeWork Domain: CommunicateAction Range: Thing
acceptedOffer The offer(s) -- e.g., product, quantity and price combinations -- included in the order. Domain: Order Range: Offer
acceptedPaymentMethod The payment method(s) accepted by seller for this offer. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: PaymentMethod
acceptsReservations Indicates whether a FoodEstablishment accepts reservations. Values can be Boolean, an URL at which reservations can be made or (for backwards compatibility) the strings <code>Yes</code> or <code>No</code>. Domain: FoodEstablishment Range: Text Range: URL Range: Boolean
accessCode Password, PIN, or access code needed for delivery (e.g. from a locker). Domain: DeliveryEvent Range: Text
accessibilityAPI Indicates that the resource is compatible with the referenced accessibility API (<a href="http://www.w3.org/wiki/WebSchemas/Accessibility">WebSchemas wiki lists possible values</a>). Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
accessibilityControl Identifies input methods that are sufficient to fully control the described resource (<a href="http://www.w3.org/wiki/WebSchemas/Accessibility">WebSchemas wiki lists possible values</a>). Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
accessibilityFeature Content features of the resource, such as accessible media, alternatives and supported enhancements for accessibility (<a href="http://www.w3.org/wiki/WebSchemas/Accessibility">WebSchemas wiki lists possible values</a>). Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
accessibilityHazard A characteristic of the described resource that is physiologically dangerous to some users. Related to WCAG 2.0 guideline 2.3. (<a href="http://www.w3.org/wiki/WebSchemas/Accessibility">WebSchemas wiki lists possible values</a>) Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
accountablePerson Specifies the Person that is legally accountable for the CreativeWork. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Person
acquiredFrom The organization or person from which the product was acquired. Domain: OwnershipInfo Range: Organization Range: Person
action The movement the muscle generates. Domain: Muscle Range: Text
muscleAction The movement the muscle generates. Domain: Muscle Range: Text
activeIngredient An active ingredient, typically chemical compounds and/or biologic substances. Domain: DietarySupplement Domain: Drug Domain: DrugStrength Range: Text
activityDuration Length of time to engage in the activity. Domain: ExercisePlan Range: Duration
activityFrequency How often one should engage in the activity. Domain: ExercisePlan Range: Text
actor A cast member of the movie, tv/radio series, season, episode, or video. Domain: Movie Domain: Episode Domain: TVEpisode Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioEpisode Domain: RadioSeries Range: Person
actors A cast member of the movie, tv/radio series, season, episode, or video. (legacy spelling; see singular form, actor) Domain: Movie Domain: Episode Domain: TVEpisode Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioEpisode Domain: RadioSeries Range: Person
additionalName An additional name for a Person, can be used for a middle name. Domain: Person Range: Text
additionalType An additional type for the item, typically used for adding more specific types from external vocabularies in microdata syntax. This is a relationship between something and a class that the thing is in. In RDFa syntax, it is better to use the native RDFa syntax - the 'typeof' attribute - for multiple types. Schema.org tools may have only weaker understanding of extra types, in particular those defined externally. Domain: Thing Range: URL
additionalVariable Any additional component of the exercise prescription that may need to be articulated to the patient. This may include the order of exercises, the number of repetitions of movement, quantitative distance, progressions over time, etc. Domain: ExercisePlan Range: Text
addOn An additional offer that can only be obtained in combination with the first base offer (e.g. supplements and extensions that are available for a surcharge). Domain: Offer Range: Offer
address Physical address of the item. Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: Person Range: PostalAddress
addressCountry The country. For example, USA. You can also provide the two-letter <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1'>ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code</a>. Domain: PostalAddress Range: Country
addressLocality The locality. For example, Mountain View. Domain: PostalAddress Range: Text
addressRegion The region. For example, CA. Domain: PostalAddress Range: Text
administrationRoute A route by which this drug may be administered, e.g. 'oral'. Domain: Drug Range: Text
advanceBookingRequirement The amount of time that is required between accepting the offer and the actual usage of the resource or service. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: QuantitativeValue
adverseOutcome A possible complication and/or side effect of this therapy. If it is known that an adverse outcome is serious (resulting in death, disability, or permanent damage; requiring hospitalization; or is otherwise life-threatening or requires immediate medical attention), tag it as a seriouseAdverseOutcome instead. Domain: MedicalTherapy Domain: MedicalDevice Range: MedicalEntity
affectedBy Drugs that affect the test's results. Domain: MedicalTest Range: Drug
affiliation An organization that this person is affiliated with. For example, a school/university, a club, or a team. Domain: Person Range: Organization
agent The direct performer or driver of the action (animate or inanimate). e.g. *John* wrote a book. Domain: Action Range: Organization Range: Person
aggregateRating The overall rating, based on a collection of reviews or ratings, of the item. Domain: CreativeWork Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: Offer Domain: Product Range: AggregateRating
album A music album. Domain: MusicGroup Range: MusicAlbum
albums A collection of music albums (legacy spelling; see singular form, album). Domain: MusicGroup Range: MusicAlbum
alcoholWarning Any precaution, guidance, contraindication, etc. related to consumption of alcohol while taking this drug. Domain: Drug Range: Text
algorithm The algorithm or rules to follow to compute the score. Domain: MedicalRiskScore Range: Text
alignmentType A category of alignment between the learning resource and the framework node. Recommended values include: 'assesses', 'teaches', 'requires', 'textComplexity', 'readingLevel', 'educationalSubject', and 'educationLevel'. Domain: AlignmentObject Range: Text
alternateName An alias for the item. Domain: Thing Domain: MedicalEntity Range: Text
alternativeHeadline A secondary title of the CreativeWork. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
alumni Alumni of educational organization. Domain: EducationalOrganization Range: Person
alumniOf An educational organizations that the person is an alumni of. Domain: Person Range: EducationalOrganization
amountOfThisGood The quantity of the goods included in the offer. Domain: TypeAndQuantityNode Range: Number
antagonist The muscle whose action counteracts the specified muscle. Domain: Muscle Range: Muscle
applicableLocation The location in which the status applies. Domain: DrugCost Domain: DrugLegalStatus Range: AdministrativeArea
applicationCategory Type of software application, e.g. "Game, Multimedia". Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text Range: URL
applicationSubCategory Subcategory of the application, e.g. "Arcade Game". Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text Range: URL
applicationSuite The name of the application suite to which the application belongs (e.g. Excel belongs to Office) Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text
appliesToDeliveryMethod The delivery method(s) to which the delivery charge or payment charge specification applies. Domain: DeliveryChargeSpecification Domain: PaymentChargeSpecification Range: DeliveryMethod
appliesToPaymentMethod The payment method(s) to which the payment charge specification applies. Domain: PaymentChargeSpecification Range: PaymentMethod
area The area within which users can expect to reach the broadcast service. Domain: BroadcastService Range: Place
areaServed The location served by this contact point (e.g., a phone number intended for Europeans vs. North Americans or only within the United States.) Domain: ContactPoint Range: AdministrativeArea
arterialBranch The branches that comprise the arterial structure. Domain: Artery Range: AnatomicalStructure
articleBody The actual body of the article. Domain: Article Range: Text
articleSection Articles may belong to one or more 'sections' in a magazine or newspaper, such as Sports, Lifestyle, etc. Domain: Article Range: Text
aspect An aspect of medical practice that is considered on the page, such as 'diagnosis', 'treatment', 'causes', 'prognosis', 'etiology', 'epidemiology', etc. Domain: MedicalWebPage Range: Text
assembly Library file name e.g., mscorlib.dll, system.web.dll Domain: APIReference Range: Text
assemblyVersion Associated product/technology version. e.g., .NET Framework 4.5 Domain: APIReference Range: Text
associatedAnatomy The anatomy of the underlying organ system or structures associated with this entity. Domain: PhysicalActivity Domain: MedicalCondition Range: AnatomicalStructure Range: AnatomicalSystem Range: SuperficialAnatomy
associatedArticle A NewsArticle associated with the Media Object. Domain: MediaObject Range: NewsArticle
associatedMedia A media object that encodes this CreativeWork. This property is a synonym for encoding. Domain: CreativeWork Range: MediaObject
associatedPathophysiology If applicable, a description of the pathophysiology associated with the anatomical system, including potential abnormal changes in the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of the system. Domain: AnatomicalStructure Domain: AnatomicalSystem Domain: SuperficialAnatomy Range: Text
organizer An organizer of an Event. Domain: Event Range: Person Range: Organization
attendee A person or organization attending the event. Domain: Event Range: Organization Range: Person
attendees A person attending the event (legacy spelling; see singular form, attendee). Domain: Event Range: Organization Range: Person
audience The intended audience of the item, i.e. the group for whom the item was created. Domain: CreativeWork Domain: Product Domain: PlayAction Range: Audience
audienceType The target group associated with a given audience (e.g. veterans, car owners, musicians, etc.) domain: Audience Range: Text Domain: Audience Range: Text
audio An embedded audio object. Domain: CreativeWork Range: AudioObject
author The author of this content. Please note that author is special in that HTML 5 provides a special mechanism for indicating authorship via the rel tag. That is equivalent to this and may be used interchangeably. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Organization Range: Person
availability The availability of this item&#x2014;for example In stock, Out of stock, Pre-order, etc. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: ItemAvailability
availabilityEnds The end of the availability of the product or service included in the offer. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: DateTime
availabilityStarts The beginning of the availability of the product or service included in the offer. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: DateTime
availableAtOrFrom The place(s) from which the offer can be obtained (e.g. store locations). Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: Place
availableChannel A means of accessing the service (e.g. a phone bank, a web site, a location, etc.) Domain: Service Range: ServiceChannel
availableDeliveryMethod The delivery method(s) available for this offer. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: DeliveryMethod
availableFrom When the item is available for pickup from the store, locker, etc. Domain: DeliveryEvent Range: DateTime
availableIn The location in which the strength is available. Domain: DrugStrength Range: AdministrativeArea
availableLanguage A language someone may use with the item. Domain: ContactPoint Domain: ServiceChannel Range: Language
availableService A medical service available from this provider. Domain: Hospital Domain: MedicalClinic Domain: Physician Range: MedicalProcedure Range: MedicalTest Range: MedicalTherapy
availableStrength An available dosage strength for the drug. Domain: Drug Range: DrugStrength
availableTest A diagnostic test or procedure offered by this lab. Domain: DiagnosticLab Range: MedicalTest
availableThrough After this date, the item will no longer be available for pickup. Domain: DeliveryEvent Range: DateTime
award An award won by this person or for this creative work. Domain: CreativeWork Domain: Person Range: Text
awards Awards won by this person or for this creative work. (legacy spelling; see singular form, award) Domain: CreativeWork Domain: Person Range: Text
background Descriptive information establishing a historical perspective on the supplement. May include the rationale for the name, the population where the supplement first came to prominence, etc. Domain: DietarySupplement Range: Text
baseSalary The base salary of the job. Domain: JobPosting Range: Number
benefits Description of benefits associated with the job. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
bestRating The highest value allowed in this rating system. If bestRating is omitted, 5 is assumed. Domain: Rating Range: Number Range: Text
billingAddress The billing address for the order. Domain: Order Range: PostalAddress
billingIncrement This property specifies the minimal quantity and rounding increment that will be the basis for the billing. The unit of measurement is specified by the unitCode property. Domain: UnitPriceSpecification Range: Number
biomechnicalClass The biomechanical properties of the bone. Domain: Joint Range: Text
birthDate Date of birth. Domain: Person Range: Date
bitrate The bitrate of the media object. Domain: MediaObject Range: Text
blogPost A posting that is part of this blog. Domain: Blog Range: BlogPosting
blogPosts The postings that are part of this blog (legacy spelling; see singular form, blogPost). Domain: Blog Range: BlogPosting
bloodSupply The blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the muscle. Domain: Muscle Range: Vessel
bodyLocation Location in the body of the anatomical structure. Domain: AnatomicalStructure Range: Text
bookEdition The edition of the book. Domain: Book Range: Text
bookFormat The format of the book. Domain: Book Range: BookFormatType
borrower A sub property of participant. The person that borrows the object being lent. Domain: LendAction Range: Person
box A polygon is the area enclosed by a point-to-point path for which the starting and ending points are the same. A polygon is expressed as a series of four or more space delimited points where the first and final points are identical. Domain: GeoShape Range: Text
branch The branches that delineate from the nerve bundle. Domain: Nerve Range: AnatomicalStructure Range: Nerve
branchOf The larger organization that this local business is a branch of, if any. Domain: LocalBusiness Range: Organization
brand The brand(s) associated with a product or service, or the brand(s) maintained by an organization or business person. Domain: Organization Domain: Person Domain: Product Range: Brand Range: Organization
breadcrumb A set of links that can help a user understand and navigate a website hierarchy. Domain: WebPage Range: Text
breastfeedingWarning Any precaution, guidance, contraindication, etc. related to this drug's use by breastfeeding mothers. Domain: Drug Range: Text
broadcaster The organization owning or operating the broadcast service. Domain: BroadcastService Range: Organization
browserRequirements Specifies browser requirements in human-readable text. For example,"requires HTML5 support". Domain: WebApplication Range: Text
businessFunction The business function (e.g. sell, lease, repair, dispose) of the offer or component of a bundle (TypeAndQuantityNode). The default is http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#Sell. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Domain: TypeAndQuantityNode Range: BusinessFunction
buyer A sub property of participant. The participant/person/organization that bought the object. Domain: SellAction Range: Person
byArtist The artist that performed this album or recording. Domain: MusicAlbum Domain: MusicRecording Range: MusicGroup
calories The number of calories Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Energy
candidate A sub property of object. The candidate subject of this action. Domain: VoteAction Range: Person
caption The caption for this object. Domain: ImageObject Domain: VideoObject Range: Text
carbohydrateContent The number of grams of carbohydrates. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Mass
carrier The party responsible for the parcel delivery. Domain: ParcelDelivery domain: Flight Range: Organization
carrierRequirements Specifies specific carrier(s) requirements for the application (e.g. an application may only work on a specific carrier network). Domain: MobileApplication Range: Text
catalog A data catalog which contains a dataset. Domain: Dataset Range: DataCatalog
category A category for the item. Greater signs or slashes can be used to informally indicate a category hierarchy. Domain: Offer Domain: PhysicalActivity Range: PhysicalActivityCategory Range: Text Range: Thing
cause An underlying cause. More specifically, one of the causative agent(s) that are most directly responsible for the pathophysiologic process that eventually results in the occurrence. Domain: MedicalCondition Domain: MedicalSignOrSymptom Range: MedicalCause
causeOf The condition, complication, symptom, sign, etc. caused. Domain: MedicalCause Range: MedicalEntity
childMaxAge Maximal age of the child Domain: ParentAudience Range: Number
childMinAge Minimal age of the child Domain: ParentAudience Range: Number
children A child of the person. Domain: Person Range: Person
cholesterolContent The number of milligrams of cholesterol. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Mass
circle A circle is the circular region of a specified radius centered at a specified latitude and longitude. A circle is expressed as a pair followed by a radius in meters. Domain: GeoShape Range: Text
citation A citation or reference to another creative work, such as another publication, web page, scholarly article, etc. Domain: CreativeWork Range: CreativeWork Range: Text
clincalPharmacology Description of the absorption and elimination of drugs, including their concentration (pharmacokinetics, pK) and biological effects (pharmacodynamics, pD). Domain: Drug Range: Text
clipNumber Position of the clip within an ordered group of clips. Domain: Clip Range: Integer
closes The closing hour of the place or service on the given day(s) of the week. Domain: OpeningHoursSpecification Range: Time
code A medical code for the entity, taken from a controlled vocabulary or ontology such as ICD-9, DiseasesDB, MeSH, SNOMED-CT, RxNorm, etc. Domain: MedicalEntity Range: MedicalCode
codeRepository Link to the repository where the un-compiled, human readable code and related code is located (SVN, github, CodePlex) Domain: Code Range: URL
codeValue The actual code. Domain: MedicalCode Range: Text
codingSystem The coding system, e.g. 'ICD-10'. Domain: MedicalCode Range: Text
colleague A colleague of the person. Domain: Person Range: Person
colleagues A colleague of the person (legacy spelling; see singular form, colleague). Domain: Person Range: Person
collection A sub property of object. The collection target of the action. Domain: UpdateAction Range: Thing
color The color of the product. Domain: Product Range: Text
comment Comments, typically from users, on this CreativeWork. Domain: CreativeWork Range: UserComments
commentText The text of the UserComment. Domain: UserComments Range: Text
commentTime The time at which the UserComment was made. Domain: UserComments Range: Date
comprisedOf The underlying anatomical structures, such as organs, that comprise the anatomical system. Domain: AnatomicalSystem Range: AnatomicalStructure Range: AnatomicalSystem
confirmationNumber A number that confirms the given order. Domain: Order Range: Text
connectedTo Other anatomical structures to which this structure is connected. Domain: AnatomicalStructure Range: AnatomicalStructure
contactOption An option available on this contact point (e.g. a toll-free number or support for hearing-impaired callers.) Domain: ContactPoint Range: ContactPointOption
contactPoint A contact point for a person or organization. Domain: Organization Domain: Person Range: ContactPoint
contactPoints A contact point for a person or organization (legacy spelling; see singular form, contactPoint). Domain: Organization Domain: Person Range: ContactPoint
contactType A person or organization can have different contact points, for different purposes. For example, a sales contact point, a PR contact point and so on. This property is used to specify the kind of contact point. Domain: ContactPoint Range: Text
containedIn The basic containment relation between places. Domain: Place Range: Place
contentLocation The location of the content. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Place
contentRating Official rating of a piece of content&#x2014;for example,'MPAA PG-13'. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
contentSize File size in (mega/kilo) bytes. Domain: MediaObject Range: Text
contentUrl Actual bytes of the media object, for example the image file or video file. (previous spelling: contentURL) Domain: MediaObject Range: URL
contraindication A contraindication for this therapy. Domain: MedicalTherapy Domain: MedicalDevice Range: MedicalContraindication
contributor A secondary contributor to the CreativeWork. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Organization Range: Person
cookingMethod The method of cooking, such as Frying, Steaming, ... Domain: Recipe Range: Text
cookTime The time it takes to actually cook the dish, in <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601'>ISO 8601 duration format</a>. Domain: Recipe Range: Duration
copyrightHolder The party holding the legal copyright to the CreativeWork. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Organization Range: Person
copyrightYear The year during which the claimed copyright for the CreativeWork was first asserted. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Number
cost Cost per unit of the drug, as reported by the source being tagged. Domain: Drug Range: DrugCost
costCategory The category of cost, such as wholesale, retail, reimbursement cap, etc. Domain: DrugCost Range: DrugCostCategory
costCurrency The currency (in 3-letter <a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_4217>ISO 4217 format</a>) of the drug cost. Domain: DrugCost Range: Text
costOrigin Additional details to capture the origin of the cost data. For example, 'Medicare Part B'. Domain: DrugCost Range: Text
costPerUnit The cost per unit of the drug. Domain: DrugCost Range: Number Range: Text
countriesNotSupported Countries for which the application is not supported. You can also provide the two-letter ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code. Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text
countriesSupported Countries for which the application is supported. You can also provide the two-letter ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code. Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text
course A sub property of location. The course where this action was taken. Domain: ExerciseAction Range: Place
creator The creator/author of this CreativeWork or UserComments. This is the same as the Author property for CreativeWork. Domain: CreativeWork Domain: UserComments Range: Organization Range: Person
currenciesAccepted The currency accepted (in <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_4217'>ISO 4217 currency format</a>). Domain: LocalBusiness Range: Text
customer Party placing the order. Domain: Order Range: Organization Range: Person
dataset A dataset contained in a catalog. Domain: DataCatalog Range: Dataset
dateCreated The date on which the CreativeWork was created. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Date
dateline The location where the NewsArticle was produced. Domain: NewsArticle Range: Text
dateModified The date on which the CreativeWork was most recently modified. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Date
datePosted Publication date for the job posting. Domain: JobPosting Range: Date
datePublished Date of first broadcast/publication. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Date
dayOfWeek The day of the week for which these opening hours are valid. Domain: OpeningHoursSpecification Range: DayOfWeek
deathDate Date of death. Domain: Person Range: Date
deliveryAddress Destination address. Domain: ParcelDelivery Range: PostalAddress
deliveryLeadTime The typical delay between the receipt of the order and the goods leaving the warehouse. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: QuantitativeValue
deliveryMethod A sub property of instrument. The method of delivery Domain: ReceiveAction Domain: SendAction Domain: TrackAction Range: DeliveryMethod
deliveryStatus New entry added as the package passes through each leg of its journey (from shipment to final delivery). Domain: ParcelDelivery Range: DeliveryEvent
department A relationship between an organization and a department of that organization, also described as an organization (allowing different urls, logos, opening hours). For example: a store with a pharmacy, or a bakery with a cafe. Domain: Organization Range: Organization
dependencies Prerequisites needed to fulfill steps in article. Domain: TechArticle Range: Text
depth The depth of the product. Domain: Product Range: Distance Range: QuantitativeValue
description A short description of the item. Domain: Thing Range: Text
device Device required to run the application. Used in cases where a specific make/model is required to run the application. Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text
diagnosis One or more alternative conditions considered in the differential diagnosis process. Domain: DDxElement Range: MedicalCondition
diagram An image containing a diagram that illustrates the structure and/or its component substructures and/or connections with other structures. Domain: AnatomicalStructure Range: ImageObject
diet A sub property of instrument. The diet used in this action. Domain: ExerciseAction Range: Diet
dietFeatures Nutritional information specific to the dietary plan. May include dietary recommendations on what foods to avoid, what foods to consume, and specific alterations/deviations from the USDA or other regulatory body's approved dietary guidelines. Domain: Diet Range: Text
differentialDiagnosis One of a set of differential diagnoses for the condition. Specifically, a closely-related or competing diagnosis typically considered later in the cognitive process whereby this medical condition is distinguished from others most likely responsible for a similar collection of signs and symptoms to reach the most parsimonious diagnosis or diagnoses in a patient. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: DDxElement
director The director of the movie, tv/radio episode or series. Domain: Movie Domain: Episode Domain: TVEpisode Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioEpisode Domain: RadioSeries Range: Person
directors The director of the movie, tv/radio episode or series. (legacy spelling; see singular form, director) Domain: Movie Domain: Episode Domain: TVEpisode Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioEpisode Domain: RadioSeries Range: Person
discount Any discount applied (to an Order). Domain: Order Range: Number Range: Text
discountCode Code used to redeem a discount. Domain: Order Range: Text
discountCurrency The currency (in 3-letter ISO 4217 format) of the discount. Domain: Order Range: Text
discusses Specifies the CreativeWork associated with the UserComment. Domain: UserComments Range: CreativeWork
discussionUrl A link to the page containing the comments of the CreativeWork. Domain: CreativeWork Range: URL
distance The distance travelled, e.g. exercising or travelling. Domain: ExerciseAction Domain: TravelAction Range: Distance
distinguishingSign One of a set of signs and symptoms that can be used to distinguish this diagnosis from others in the differential diagnosis. Domain: DDxElement Range: MedicalSignOrSymptom
distribution A downloadable form of this dataset, at a specific location, in a specific format. Domain: Dataset Range: DataDownload
domainIncludes Relates a property to a class that is (one of) the type(s) the property is expected to be used on. Domain: Property Range: Class
inverseOf Relates a property to a property that is its inverse. Inverse properties relate the same pairs of items to each other, but in reversed direction. For example, the 'alumni' and 'alumniOf' properties are inverseOf each other. Some properties don't have explicit inverses; in these situations RDFa and JSON-LD syntax for reverse properties can be used. Domain: Property Range: Property
supercededBy Relates a property to one that supercedes it. Domain: Property Range: Property
doorTime The time admission will commence. Domain: Event Range: DateTime
dosageForm A dosage form in which this drug/supplement is available, e.g. 'tablet', 'suspension', 'injection'. Domain: DietarySupplement Domain: Drug Range: Text
doseSchedule A dosing schedule for the drug for a given population, either observed, recommended, or maximum dose based on the type used. Domain: Drug Range: DoseSchedule
doseUnit The unit of the dose, e.g. 'mg'. Domain: DoseSchedule Range: Text
doseValue The value of the dose, e.g. 500. Domain: DoseSchedule Range: Number
downloadUrl If the file can be downloaded, URL to download the binary. Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: URL
drainsTo The vasculature that the vein drains into. Domain: Vein Range: Vessel
drug A drug in this drug class. Domain: DrugClass Range: Drug
drugClass The class of drug this belongs to (e.g., statins). Domain: Drug Range: DrugClass
drugUnit The unit in which the drug is measured, e.g. '5 mg tablet'. Domain: DrugCost Range: Text
duns The Dun & Bradstreet DUNS number for identifying an organization or business person. Domain: Organization Domain: Person Range: Text
duplicateTherapy A therapy that duplicates or overlaps this one. Domain: MedicalTherapy Range: MedicalTherapy
duration The duration of the item (movie, audio recording, event, etc.) in <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601'>ISO 8601 date format</a>. Domain: MediaObject Domain: Event Domain: Movie Domain: MusicRecording Range: Duration
durationOfWarranty The duration of the warranty promise. Common unitCode values are ANN for year, MON for months, or DAY for days. Domain: WarrantyPromise Range: QuantitativeValue
editor Specifies the Person who edited the CreativeWork. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Person
educationalAlignment An alignment to an established educational framework. Domain: CreativeWork Range: AlignmentObject
educationalFramework The framework to which the resource being described is aligned. Domain: AlignmentObject Range: Text
educationalRole An educationalRole of an EducationalAudience Domain: EducationalAudience Range: Text
educationalUse The purpose of a work in the context of education; for example, 'assignment', 'group work'. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
educationRequirements Educational background needed for the position. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
elevation The elevation of a location. Domain: GeoCoordinates Domain: GeoShape Range: Number Range: Text
eligibleCustomerType The type(s) of customers for which the given offer is valid. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: BusinessEntityType
eligibleDuration The duration for which the given offer is valid. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: QuantitativeValue
eligibleQuantity The interval and unit of measurement of ordering quantities for which the offer or price specification is valid. This allows e.g. specifying that a certain freight charge is valid only for a certain quantity. Domain: Offer Domain: PriceSpecification Domain: Demand Range: QuantitativeValue
eligibleRegion The ISO 3166-1 (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2) or ISO 3166-2 code, or the GeoShape for the geo-political region(s) for which the offer or delivery charge specification is valid. Domain: Offer Domain: DeliveryChargeSpecification Domain: Demand Range: GeoShape Range: Text
eligibleTransactionVolume The transaction volume, in a monetary unit, for which the offer or price specification is valid, e.g. for indicating a minimal purchasing volume, to express free shipping above a certain order volume, or to limit the acceptance of credit cards to purchases to a certain minimal amount. Domain: Offer Domain: PriceSpecification Domain: Demand Range: PriceSpecification
email Email address. Domain: Organization Domain: ContactPoint Domain: Person Range: Text
embedUrl A URL pointing to a player for a specific video. In general, this is the information in the <code>src</code> element of an <code>embed</code> tag and should not be the same as the content of the <code>loc</code> tag. (previous spelling: embedURL) Domain: MediaObject Range: URL
employee Someone working for this organization. Domain: Organization Range: Person
employees People working for this organization. (legacy spelling; see singular form, employee) Domain: Organization Range: Person
employmentType Type of employment (e.g. full-time, part-time, contract, temporary, seasonal, internship). Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
encodesCreativeWork The CreativeWork encoded by this media object. Domain: MediaObject Range: CreativeWork
encoding A media object that encodes this CreativeWork. This property is a synonym for associatedMedia. Domain: CreativeWork Range: MediaObject
encodingFormat mp3, mpeg4, etc. Domain: MediaObject Range: Text
encodings A media object that encodes this CreativeWork (legacy spelling; see singular form, encoding). Domain: CreativeWork Range: MediaObject
endDate The end date and time of the role, event or item (in <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601'>ISO 8601 date format</a>). Domain: Role Domain: Event Domain: Season Domain: TVSeason Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Range: Date
endorsee A sub property of participant. The person/organization being supported. Domain: EndorseAction Range: Organization Range: Person
endorsers People or organizations that endorse the plan. Domain: Diet Range: Organization Range: Person
endTime The endTime of something. For a reserved event or service (e.g. FoodEstablishmentReservation), the time that it is expected to end. For actions that span a period of time, when the action was performed. e.g. John wrote a book from January to *December*. Note that Event uses startDate/endDate instead of startTime/endTime, even when describing dates with times. This situation may be clarified in future revisions. Domain: Action Domain: FoodEstablishmentReservation Range: DateTime
entertainmentBusiness A sub property of location. The entertainment business where the action occurred. Domain: PerformAction Range: EntertainmentBusiness
epidemiology The characteristics of associated patients, such as age, gender, race etc. Domain: PhysicalActivity Domain: MedicalCondition Range: Text
episode An episode of a TV/radio series or season Domain: Season Domain: TVSeason Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioSeason Domain: RadioSeries Range: Episode
episodeNumber Position of the episode within an ordered group of episodes. Domain: Episode Range: Integer
episodes An episode of a TV/radio series or season (legacy spelling; see singular form, episode) Domain: Season Domain: TVSeason Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioSeason Domain: RadioSeries Range: Episode
equal This ordering relation for qualitative values indicates that the subject is equal to the object. Domain: QualitativeValue Range: QualitativeValue
estimatesRiskOf The condition, complication, or symptom whose risk is being estimated. Domain: MedicalRiskEstimator Range: MedicalEntity
event Upcoming or past event associated with this place or organization. Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: InformAction Domain: PlayAction Domain: InviteAction Domain: JoinAction Domain: LeaveAction Range: Event
events Upcoming or past events associated with this place or organization (legacy spelling; see singular form, event). Domain: Organization Domain: Place Range: Event
eventStatus An eventStatus of an event represents its status; particularly useful when an event is cancelled or rescheduled. Domain: Event Range: EventStatusType
evidenceLevel Strength of evidence of the data used to formulate the guideline (enumerated). Domain: MedicalGuideline Range: MedicalEvidenceLevel
evidenceOrigin Source of the data used to formulate the guidance, e.g. RCT, consensus opinion, etc. Domain: MedicalGuideline Range: Text
exercisePlan A sub property of instrument. The exercise plan used on this action. Domain: ExerciseAction Range: ExercisePlan
exerciseType Type(s) of exercise or activity, such as strength training, flexibility training, aerobics, cardiac rehabilitation, etc. Domain: ExercisePlan Domain: ExerciseAction Range: Text
exifData exif data for this object. Domain: ImageObject Range: Text
expectedArrivalFrom The earliest date the package may arrive. Domain: ParcelDelivery Range: DateTime
expectedArrivalUntil The latest date the package may arrive. Domain: ParcelDelivery Range: DateTime
expectedPrognosis The likely outcome in either the short term or long term of the medical condition. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: Text
experienceRequirements Description of skills and experience needed for the position. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
expertConsiderations Medical expert advice related to the plan. Domain: Diet Range: Text
expires Date the content expires and is no longer useful or available. Useful for videos. Domain: MediaObject Range: Date
familyName Family name. In the U.S., the last name of an Person. This can be used along with givenName instead of the Name property. Domain: Person Range: Text
fatContent The number of grams of fat. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Mass
faxNumber The fax number. Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: ContactPoint Domain: Person Range: Text
featureList Features or modules provided by this application (and possibly required by other applications). Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text Range: URL
fiberContent The number of grams of fiber. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Mass
fileFormat MIME format of the binary (e.g. application/zip). Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text
fileSize Size of the application / package (e.g. 18MB). In the absence of a unit (MB, KB etc.), KB will be assumed. Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Integer
followee A sub property of object. The person or organization being followed. Domain: FollowAction Range: Organization Range: Person
follows The most generic uni-directional social relation. Domain: Person Range: Person
followup Typical or recommended followup care after the procedure is performed. Domain: MedicalProcedure Range: Text
foodEstablishment A sub property of location. The specific food establishment where the action occurred. Domain: CookAction Range: FoodEstablishment Range: Place
foodEvent A sub property of location. The specific food event where the action occurred. Domain: CookAction Range: FoodEvent
foodWarning Any precaution, guidance, contraindication, etc. related to consumption of specific foods while taking this drug. Domain: Drug Range: Text
founder A person who founded this organization. Domain: Organization Range: Person
founders A person who founded this organization (legacy spelling; see singular form, founder). Domain: Organization Range: Person
dissolutionDate The date that this organization was dissolved. Domain: Organization Range: Date
foundingDate The date that this organization was founded. Domain: Organization Range: Date
free A flag to signal that the publication is accessible for free. Domain: PublicationEvent Range: Boolean
frequency How often the dose is taken, e.g. 'daily'. Domain: DoseSchedule Range: Text
fromLocation A sub property of location. The original location of the object or the agent before the action. Domain: MoveAction Domain: TransferAction Domain: ExerciseAction Range: Number Range: Place
function Function of the anatomical structure. Domain: AnatomicalStructure Range: Text
functionalClass The degree of mobility the joint allows. Domain: Joint Range: Text
gender Gender of the person. Domain: Person Range: Text
genre Genre of the creative work Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
geo The geo coordinates of the place. Domain: Place Range: GeoCoordinates Range: GeoShape
geographicArea The geographic area associated with the audience. Domain: Audience Range: AdministrativeArea
givenName Given name. In the U.S., the first name of a Person. This can be used along with familyName instead of the Name property. Domain: Person Range: Text
globalLocationNumber The Global Location Number (GLN, sometimes also referred to as International Location Number or ILN) of the respective organization, person, or place. The GLN is a 13-digit number used to identify parties and physical locations. Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: Person Range: Text
greater This ordering relation for qualitative values indicates that the subject is greater than the object. Domain: QualitativeValue Range: QualitativeValue
greaterOrEqual This ordering relation for qualitative values indicates that the subject is greater than or equal to the object. Domain: QualitativeValue Range: QualitativeValue
gtin13 The GTIN-13 code of the product, or the product to which the offer refers. This is equivalent to 13-digit ISBN codes and EAN UCC-13. Former 12-digit UPC codes can be converted into a GTIN-13 code by simply adding a preceeding zero. Domain: Offer Domain: Product Domain: Demand Range: Text
gtin14 The GTIN-14 code of the product, or the product to which the offer refers. Domain: Offer Domain: Product Domain: Demand Range: Text
gtin8 The GTIN-8 code of the product, or the product to which the offer refers. This code is also known as EAN/UCC-8 or 8-digit EAN. Domain: Offer Domain: Product Domain: Demand Range: Text
guideline A medical guideline related to this entity. Domain: MedicalEntity Range: MedicalGuideline
guidelineDate Date on which this guideline's recommendation was made. Domain: MedicalGuideline Range: Date
guidelineSubject The medical conditions, treatments, etc. that are the subject of the guideline. Domain: MedicalGuideline Range: MedicalEntity
hasDeliveryMethod Method used for delivery or shipping. Domain: DeliveryEvent Domain: ParcelDelivery Range: DeliveryMethod
hasPOS Points-of-Sales operated by the organization or person. Domain: Organization Domain: Person Range: Place
headline Headline of the article Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
healthCondition Expectations for health conditions of target audience Domain: PeopleAudience Range: MedicalCondition
height The height of the item. Domain: MediaObject Domain: Product Range: Distance Range: QuantitativeValue
highPrice The highest price of all offers available. Domain: AggregateOffer Range: Number Range: Text
hiringOrganization Organization offering the job position. Domain: JobPosting Range: Organization
homeLocation A contact location for a person's residence. Domain: Person Range: ContactPoint Range: Place
honorificPrefix An honorific prefix preceding a Person's name such as Dr/Mrs/Mr. Domain: Person Range: Text
honorificSuffix An honorific suffix preceding a Person's name such as M.D. /PhD/MSCSW. Domain: Person Range: Text
hospitalAffiliation A hospital with which the physician or office is affiliated. Domain: Physician Range: Hospital
hoursAvailable The hours during which this contact point is available. Domain: ContactPoint Range: OpeningHoursSpecification
howPerformed How the procedure is performed. Domain: MedicalProcedure Range: Text
identifyingExam A physical examination that can identify this sign. Domain: MedicalSign Range: PhysicalExam
identifyingTest A diagnostic test that can identify this sign. Domain: MedicalSign Range: MedicalTest
illustrator The illustrator of the book. Domain: Book Range: Person
image URL of an image of the item. Domain: Thing Range: URL Range: ImageObject
imagingTechnique Imaging technique used. Domain: ImagingTest Range: MedicalImagingTechnique
inAlbum The album to which this recording belongs. Domain: MusicRecording Range: MusicAlbum
incentives Description of bonus and commission compensation aspects of the job. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
includedRiskFactor A modifiable or non-modifiable risk factor included in the calculation, e.g. age, coexisting condition. Domain: MedicalRiskEstimator Range: MedicalRiskFactor
includesObject This links to a node or nodes indicating the exact quantity of the products included in the offer. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: TypeAndQuantityNode
increasesRiskOf The condition, complication, etc. influenced by this factor. Domain: MedicalRiskFactor Range: MedicalEntity
indication A factor that indicates use of this therapy for treatment and/or prevention of a condition, symptom, etc. For therapies such as drugs, indications can include both officially-approved indications as well as off-label uses. These can be distinguished by using the ApprovedIndication subtype of MedicalIndication. Domain: MedicalTherapy Domain: MedicalDevice Range: MedicalIndication
industry The industry associated with the job position. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
infectiousAgent The actual infectious agent, such as a specific bacterium. Domain: InfectiousDisease Range: Text
infectiousAgentClass The class of infectious agent (bacteria, prion, etc.) that causes the disease. Domain: InfectiousDisease Range: InfectiousAgentClass
ingredients An ingredient used in the recipe. Domain: Recipe Range: Text
inLanguage The language of the content. please use one of the language codes from the <a href='http://tools.ietf.org/html/bcp47'>IETF BCP 47 standard.</a> Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
inPlaylist The playlist to which this recording belongs. Domain: MusicRecording Range: MusicPlaylist
insertion The place of attachment of a muscle, or what the muscle moves. Domain: Muscle Range: AnatomicalStructure
installUrl URL at which the app may be installed, if different from the URL of the item. Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: URL
instrument The object that helped the agent perform the action. e.g. John wrote a book with *a pen*. Domain: Action Range: Thing
intensity Quantitative measure gauging the degree of force involved in the exercise, for example, heartbeats per minute. May include the velocity of the movement. Domain: ExercisePlan Range: Text
interactingDrug Another drug that is known to interact with this drug in a way that impacts the effect of this drug or causes a risk to the patient. Note: disease interactions are typically captured as contraindications. Domain: Drug Range: Drug
interactionCount A count of a specific user interactions with this item&#x2014;for example, <code>20 UserLikes</code>, <code>5 UserComments</code>, or <code>300 UserDownloads</code>. The user interaction type should be one of the sub types of <a href='UserInteraction'>UserInteraction</a>. Domain: CreativeWork Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: MediaObject Domain: Person Range: Text
interactivityType The predominant mode of learning supported by the learning resource. Acceptable values are 'active', 'expositive', or 'mixed'. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
inventoryLevel The current approximate inventory level for the item or items. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Domain: SomeProducts Range: QuantitativeValue
isAccessoryOrSparePartFor A pointer to another product (or multiple products) for which this product is an accessory or spare part. Domain: Product Range: Product
isAvailableGenerically True if the drug is available in a generic form (regardless of name). Domain: Drug Range: Boolean
isBasedOnUrl A resource that was used in the creation of this resource. This term can be repeated for multiple sources. For example, http://example.com/great-multiplication-intro.html Domain: CreativeWork Range: URL
isbn The ISBN of the book. Domain: Book Range: Text
isConsumableFor A pointer to another product (or multiple products) for which this product is a consumable. Domain: Product Range: Product
isFamilyFriendly Indicates whether this content is family friendly. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Boolean
isGift Was the offer accepted as a gift for someone other than the buyer. Domain: Order Range: Boolean
isicV4 The International Standard of Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC), Revision 4 code for a particular organization, business person, or place. Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: Person Range: Text
isPartOf Indicates a CreativeWork that this CreativeWork is (in some sense) part of. Domain: CreativeWork Range: CreativeWork
isProprietary True if this item's name is a proprietary/brand name (vs. generic name). Domain: DietarySupplement Domain: Drug Range: Boolean
isRelatedTo A pointer to another, somehow related product (or multiple products). Domain: Product Range: Product
isSimilarTo A pointer to another, functionally similar product (or multiple products). Domain: Product Range: Product
issuedThrough The service through with the permit was granted. Domain: Permit Range: Service
isVariantOf A pointer to a base product from which this product is a variant. It is safe to infer that the variant inherits all product features from the base model, unless defined locally. This is not transitive. Domain: ProductModel Range: ProductModel
itemCondition A predefined value from OfferItemCondition or a textual description of the condition of the product or service, or the products or services included in the offer. Domain: Offer Domain: Product Domain: Demand Range: OfferItemCondition
itemListElement A single list item. Domain: ItemList Range: Text
itemListOrder Type of ordering (e.g. Ascending, Descending, Unordered). Domain: ItemList Range: Text
itemOffered The item being offered. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: Product
itemReviewed The item that is being reviewed/rated. Domain: AggregateRating Domain: Review Range: Thing
itemShipped Item(s) being shipped. Domain: ParcelDelivery Range: Product
jobLocation A (typically single) geographic location associated with the job position. Domain: JobPosting Range: Place
jobTitle The job title of the person (for example, Financial Manager). Domain: Person Range: Text
keywords Keywords or tags used to describe this content. Multiple entries in a keywords list are typically delimited by commas. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
knows The most generic bi-directional social/work relation. Domain: Person Range: Person
labelDetails Link to the drug's label details. Domain: Drug Range: URL
landlord A sub property of participant. The owner of the real estate property. Domain: RentAction Range: Organization Range: Person
language A sub property of instrument. The language used on this action. Domain: CommunicateAction Domain: WriteAction Range: Language
lastReviewed Date on which the content on this web page was last reviewed for accuracy and/or completeness. Domain: WebPage Range: Date
latitude The latitude of a location. For example <code>37.42242</code>. Domain: GeoCoordinates Range: Number Range: Text
license A license document that applies to this content, typically indicated by URL. Domain: CreativeWork Range: CreativeWork Range: URL
learningResourceType The predominant type or kind characterizing the learning resource. For example, 'presentation', 'handout'. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
legalName The official name of the organization, e.g. the registered company name. Domain: Organization Range: Text
legalStatus The drug or supplement's legal status, including any controlled substance schedules that apply. Domain: DietarySupplement Domain: Drug Range: DrugLegalStatus
lender A sub property of participant. The person that lends the object being borrowed. Domain: BorrowAction Range: Person
lesser This ordering relation for qualitative values indicates that the subject is lesser than the object. Domain: QualitativeValue Range: QualitativeValue
lesserOrEqual This ordering relation for qualitative values indicates that the subject is lesser than or equal to the object. Domain: QualitativeValue Range: QualitativeValue
line A line is a point-to-point path consisting of two or more points. A line is expressed as a series of two or more point objects separated by space. Domain: GeoShape Range: Text
location The location of the event, organization or action. Domain: Organization Domain: Event Domain: Action Range: Place Range: PostalAddress
logo A logo associated with an organization. Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: Product Domain: Brand Range: ImageObject Range: URL
longitude The longitude of a location. For example <code>-122.08585</code>. Domain: GeoCoordinates Range: Number Range: Text
loser A sub property of participant. The loser of the action. Domain: WinAction Range: Person
lowPrice The lowest price of all offers available. Domain: AggregateOffer Range: Number Range: Text
mainContentOfPage Indicates if this web page element is the main subject of the page. Domain: WebPage Range: WebPageElement
makesOffer A pointer to products or services offered by the organization or person. Domain: Organization Domain: Person Range: Offer
manufacturer The manufacturer of the product. Domain: DietarySupplement Domain: Drug Domain: Product Range: Organization
hasMap A URL to a map of the place. Domain: Place Range: URL Range: Map
map A URL to a map of the place. Domain: Place Range: URL
maps A URL to a map of the place (legacy spelling; see singular form, map). Domain: Place Range: URL
maximumIntake Recommended intake of this supplement for a given population as defined by a specific recommending authority. Domain: DietarySupplement Range: MaximumDoseSchedule
maxPrice The highest price if the price is a range. Domain: PriceSpecification Range: Number
maxValue The upper value of some characteristic or property. Domain: QuantitativeValue Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Number
mechanismOfAction The specific biochemical interaction through which this drug or supplement produces its pharmacological effect. Domain: DietarySupplement Domain: Drug Range: Text
medicalSpecialty A medical specialty of the provider. Domain: Hospital Domain: MedicalClinic Domain: Physician Range: MedicalSpecialty
medicineSystem The system of medicine that includes this MedicalEntity, for example 'evidence-based', 'homeopathic', 'chiropractic', etc. Domain: MedicalEntity Range: MedicineSystem
member A member of an Organization or a ProgramMembership. Organizations can be members of organizations; ProgramMembership is typically for individuals. Domain: Organization domain: ProgramMembership Range: Organization Range: Person
memberOf An Organization (or ProgramMembership) to which this Person or Organization belongs. Domain: Person Domain: Organization Range: Organization Range: ProgramMembership
members A member of this organization (legacy spelling; see singular form, member). Domain: Organization domain: ProgramMembership Range: Organization Range: Person
memoryRequirements Minimum memory requirements. Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text Range: URL
mentions Indicates that the CreativeWork contains a reference to, but is not necessarily about a concept. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Thing
menu Either the actual menu or a URL of the menu. Domain: FoodEstablishment Range: Text Range: URL
merchant The party taking the order (e.g. Amazon.com is a merchant for many sellers). Domain: Order Range: Organization Range: Person
minPrice The lowest price if the price is a range. Domain: PriceSpecification Range: Number
minValue The lower value of some characteristic or property. Domain: QuantitativeValue Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Number
model The model of the product. Use with the URL of a ProductModel or a textual representation of the model identifier. The URL of the ProductModel can be from an external source. It is recommended to additionally provide strong product identifiers via the gtin8/gtin13/gtin14 and mpn properties. Domain: Product Range: ProductModel Range: Text
mpn The Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) of the product, or the product to which the offer refers. Domain: Offer Domain: Product Domain: Demand Range: Text
musicBy The composer of the movie or TV/radio soundtrack. Domain: Movie Domain: Episode Domain: TVEpisode Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioEpisode Domain: RadioSeries Range: MusicGroup Range: Person
musicGroupMember A member of a music group&#x2014;for example, John, Paul, George, or Ringo. Domain: MusicGroup Range: Person
naics The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for a particular organization or business person. Domain: Organization Domain: Person Range: Text
name The name of the item. Domain: Thing Range: Text
nationality Nationality of the person. Domain: Person Range: Country
naturalProgression The expected progression of the condition if it is not treated and allowed to progress naturally. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: Text
nerve The underlying innervation associated with the muscle. Domain: Muscle Range: Nerve
nerveMotor The neurological pathway extension that involves muscle control. Domain: Nerve Range: Muscle
nonEqual This ordering relation for qualitative values indicates that the subject is not equal to the object. Domain: QualitativeValue Range: QualitativeValue
nonProprietaryName The generic name of this drug or supplement. Domain: DietarySupplement Domain: Drug Range: Text
normalRange Range of acceptable values for a typical patient, when applicable. Domain: MedicalTest Range: Text
numberofEmployees The size of business by number of employees. Domain: BusinessAudience Range: QuantitativeValue
numberOfEpisodes The number of episodes in this season or series. Domain: Season Domain: TVSeason Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioSeason Domain: RadioSeries Range: Number
numberOfPages The number of pages in the book. Domain: Book Range: Integer
numberOfSeasons The number of seasons in this series. Domain: Series Range: Number
numTracks The number of tracks in this album or playlist. Domain: MusicPlaylist Range: Integer
nutrition Nutrition information about the recipe. Domain: Recipe Range: NutritionInformation
object The object upon the action is carried out, whose state is kept intact or changed. Also known as the semantic roles patient, affected or undergoer (which change their state) or theme (which doesn't). e.g. John read *a book*. Domain: Action Range: Thing
occupationalCategory Category or categories describing the job. Use BLS O*NET-SOC taxonomy: http://www.onetcenter.org/taxonomy.html. Ideally includes textual label and formal code, with the property repeated for each applicable value. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
offerCount The number of offers for the product. Domain: AggregateOffer Range: Integer
offers An offer to provide this item&#x2014;for example, an offer to sell a product, rent the DVD of a movie, or give away tickets to an event. Domain: CreativeWork Domain: MediaObject Domain: Event Domain: Product Range: Offer
openingHours The opening hours for a business. Opening hours can be specified as a weekly time range, starting with days, then times per day. Multiple days can be listed with commas ',' separating each day. Day or time ranges are specified using a hyphen '-'.<br />- Days are specified using the following two-letter combinations: <code>Mo</code>, <code>Tu</code>, <code>We</code>, <code>Th</code>, <code>Fr</code>, <code>Sa</code>, <code>Su</code>.<br />- Times are specified using 24:00 time. For example, 3pm is specified as <code>15:00</code>. <br />- Here is an example: <code>&lt;time itemprop=&quot;openingHours&quot; datetime=&quot;Tu,Th 16:00-20:00&quot;&gt;Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-8pm&lt;/time&gt;</code>. <br />- If a business is open 7 days a week, then it can be specified as <code>&lt;time itemprop=&quot;openingHours&quot; datetime=&quot;Mo-Su&quot;&gt;Monday through Sunday, all day&lt;/time&gt;</code>. Domain: LocalBusiness Domain: CivicStructure Range: Duration
openingHoursSpecification The opening hours of a certain place. Domain: Place Range: OpeningHoursSpecification
opens The opening hour of the place or service on the given day(s) of the week. Domain: OpeningHoursSpecification Range: Time
operatingSystem Operating systems supported (Windows 7, OSX 10.6, Android 1.6). Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text
opponent A sub property of participant. The opponent on this action. Domain: ExerciseAction Range: Person
option A sub property of object. The options subject to this action. Domain: ChooseAction Range: Text Range: Thing
orderDate Date order was placed. Domain: Order Range: DateTime
orderedItem The item ordered. Domain: Order Range: Product
orderNumber The identifier of the transaction. Domain: Order Range: Text
orderStatus The current status of the order. Domain: Order Range: OrderStatus
origin The place or point where a muscle arises. Domain: Muscle Range: AnatomicalStructure
originAddress Shipper's address. Domain: ParcelDelivery Range: PostalAddress
originatesFrom The vasculature the lymphatic structure originates, or afferents, from. Domain: LymphaticVessel Range: Vessel
outcome Expected or actual outcomes of the study. Domain: MedicalStudy Range: Text
overdosage Any information related to overdose on a drug, including signs or symptoms, treatments, contact information for emergency response. Domain: Drug Range: Text
overview Descriptive information establishing the overarching theory/philosophy of the plan. May include the rationale for the name, the population where the plan first came to prominence, etc. Domain: Diet Range: Text
ownedFrom The date and time of obtaining the product. Domain: OwnershipInfo Range: DateTime
ownedThrough The date and time of giving up ownership on the product. Domain: OwnershipInfo Range: DateTime
owns Products owned by the organization or person. Domain: Organization Domain: Person Range: OwnershipInfo Range: Product
parent A parent of this person. Domain: Person Range: Person
parents A parents of the person (legacy spelling; see singular form, parent). Domain: Person Range: Person
parentService A broadcast service to which the broadcast service may belong to such as regional variations of a national channel. Domain: BroadcastService Range: BroadcastService
participant Other co-agents that participated in the action indirectly. e.g. John wrote a book with *Steve*. Domain: Action Range: Organization Range: Person
partOfEpisode The episode to which this clip belongs. Domain: Clip Range: Episode
partOfOrder The overall order the items in this delivery were included in. Domain: ParcelDelivery Range: Order
partOfSeason The season to which this episode belongs. Domain: Episode Domain: TVEpisode Domain: Clip Domain: RadioClip Domain: RadioEpisode Domain: TVClip Range: Season
partOfSeries The series to which this episode or season belongs. Domain: Episode Domain: TVEpisode Domain: Season Domain: TVSeason Domain: Clip Domain: RadioClip Domain: RadioEpisode Domain: RadioSeason Domain: TVClip Range: Series
partOfSystem The anatomical or organ system that this structure is part of. Domain: AnatomicalStructure Range: AnatomicalSystem
partOfTVSeries The TV series to which this episode or season belongs. (legacy form; partOfSeries is preferred) Domain: TVEpisode Domain: TVSeason Domain: TVClip Range: TVSeries
pathophysiology Changes in the normal mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions that are associated with this activity or condition. Domain: PhysicalActivity Domain: MedicalCondition Range: Text
paymentAccepted Cash, credit card, etc. Domain: LocalBusiness Range: Text
paymentDue The date that payment is due. Domain: Order Range: DateTime
paymentMethod The name of the credit card or other method of payment for the order. Domain: Order Range: PaymentMethod
paymentMethodId An identifier for the method of payment used (e.g. the last 4 digits of the credit card). Domain: Order Range: Text
paymentUrl The URL for sending a payment. Domain: Order Range: URL
performer A performer at the event&#x2014;for example, a presenter, musician, musical group or actor. Domain: Event Range: Organization Range: Person
performerIn Event that this person is a performer or participant in. Domain: Person Range: Event
performers The main performer or performers of the event&#x2014;for example, a presenter, musician, or actor (legacy spelling; see singular form, performer). Domain: Event Range: Organization Range: Person
permissions Permission(s) required to run the app (for example, a mobile app may require full internet access or may run only on wifi). Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text
permitAudience The target audience for this permit. Domain: Permit Range: Audience
phase The phase of the trial. Domain: MedicalTrial Range: Text
photo A photograph of this place. Domain: Place Range: ImageObject Range: Photograph
photos Photographs of this place (legacy spelling; see singular form, photo). Domain: Place Range: ImageObject Range: Photograph
physiologicalBenefits Specific physiologic benefits associated to the plan. Domain: Diet Range: Text
playerType Player type required&#x2014;for example, Flash or Silverlight. Domain: MediaObject Range: Text
polygon A polygon is the area enclosed by a point-to-point path for which the starting and ending points are the same. A polygon is expressed as a series of four or more space delimited points where the first and final points are identical. Domain: GeoShape Range: Text
population Any characteristics of the population used in the study, e.g. 'males under 65'. Domain: MedicalStudy Range: Text
position Free text to define other than pure numerical ranking of an episode or a season in an ordered list of items (further formatting restrictions may apply within particular user groups). Domain: Episode Domain: Season Domain: Clip Range: Text
possibleComplication A possible unexpected and unfavorable evolution of a medical condition. Complications may include worsening of the signs or symptoms of the disease, extension of the condition to other organ systems, etc. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: Text
possibleTreatment A possible treatment to address this condition, sign or symptom. Domain: MedicalCondition Domain: MedicalSignOrSymptom Range: MedicalTherapy
postalCode The postal code. For example, 94043. Domain: PostalAddress Range: Text
postOfficeBoxNumber The post office box number for PO box addresses. Domain: PostalAddress Range: Text
postOp A description of the postoperative procedures, care, and/or followups for this device. Domain: MedicalDevice Range: Text
predecessorOf A pointer from a previous, often discontinued variant of the product to its newer variant. Domain: ProductModel Range: ProductModel
pregnancyCategory Pregnancy category of this drug. Domain: Drug Range: DrugPregnancyCategory
pregnancyWarning Any precaution, guidance, contraindication, etc. related to this drug's use during pregnancy. Domain: Drug Range: Text
preOp A description of the workup, testing, and other preparations required before implanting this device. Domain: MedicalDevice Range: Text
preparation Typical preparation that a patient must undergo before having the procedure performed. Domain: MedicalProcedure Range: Text
prepTime The length of time it takes to prepare the recipe, in <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601'>ISO 8601 duration format</a>. Domain: Recipe Range: Duration
prescribingInfo Link to prescribing information for the drug. Domain: Drug Range: URL
prescriptionStatus Indicates whether this drug is available by prescription or over-the-counter. Domain: Drug Range: DrugPrescriptionStatus
previousStartDate Used in conjunction with eventStatus for rescheduled or cancelled events. This property contains the previously scheduled start date. For rescheduled events, the startDate property should be used for the newly scheduled start date. In the (rare) case of an event that has been postponed and rescheduled multiple times, this field may be repeated. Domain: Event Range: Date
price The offer price of a product, or of a price component when attached to PriceSpecification and its subtypes. Domain: Offer Domain: PriceSpecification Domain: TradeAction Range: Number Range: Text
priceRange The price range of the business, for example <code>$$$</code>. Domain: LocalBusiness Range: Text
priceSpecification One or more detailed price specifications, indicating the unit price and delivery or payment charges. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: PriceSpecification
priceType A short text or acronym indicating multiple price specifications for the same offer, e.g. SRP for the suggested retail price or INVOICE for the invoice price, mostly used in the car industry. Domain: UnitPriceSpecification Range: Text
priceValidUntil The date after which the price is no longer available. Domain: Offer Range: Date
primaryImageOfPage Indicates the main image on the page. Domain: WebPage Range: ImageObject
primaryPrevention A preventative therapy used to prevent an initial occurrence of the medical condition, such as vaccination. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: MedicalTherapy
printColumn The number of the column in which the NewsArticle appears in the print edition. Domain: NewsArticle Range: Text
printEdition The edition of the print product in which the NewsArticle appears. Domain: NewsArticle Range: Text
printPage If this NewsArticle appears in print, this field indicates the name of the page on which the article is found. Please note that this field is intended for the exact page name (e.g. A5, B18). Domain: NewsArticle Range: Text
printSection If this NewsArticle appears in print, this field indicates the print section in which the article appeared. Domain: NewsArticle Range: Text
procedure A description of the procedure involved in setting up, using, and/or installing the device. Domain: MedicalDevice Range: Text
procedureType The type of procedure, for example Surgical, Noninvasive, or Percutaneous. Domain: MedicalProcedure Range: MedicalProcedureType
processingTime Estimated processing time for the service using this channel. Domain: ServiceChannel Range: Duration
processorRequirements Processor architecture required to run the application (e.g. IA64). Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text
producer The producer of the movie, tv/radio series, season, or episode, or video. Domain: Movie Domain: Episode Domain: TVEpisode Domain: Season Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioEpisode Domain: RadioSeries Range: Person
produces The tangible thing generated by the service, e.g. a passport, permit, etc. Domain: Service Range: Thing
productID The product identifier, such as ISBN. For example: <code>&lt;meta itemprop='productID' content='isbn:123-456-789'/&gt;</code>. Domain: Product Range: Text
productionCompany The production company or studio that made the movie, tv/radio series, season, or episode, or media object. Domain: MediaObject Domain: Movie Domain: Episode Domain: TVEpisode Domain: Season Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: VideoObject Domain: RadioEpisode Domain: RadioSeries Range: Organization
productSupported The product or service this support contact point is related to (such as product support for a particular product line). This can be a specific product or product line (e.g. "iPhone") or a general category of products or services (e.g. "smartphones"). Domain: ContactPoint Range: Product Range: Text
proficiencyLevel Proficiency needed for this content; expected values: 'Beginner', 'Expert'. Domain: TechArticle Range: Text
programmingLanguage The computer programming language. Domain: Code Range: Thing
programmingModel Indicates whether API is managed or unmanaged. Domain: APIReference Range: Text
proprietaryName Proprietary name given to the diet plan, typically by its originator or creator. Domain: Diet Range: Text
proteinContent The number of grams of protein. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Mass
providesService The service provided by this channel. Domain: ServiceChannel Range: Service
publication A publication event associated with the episode, clip or media object. Domain: MediaObject Domain: Episode Domain: Clip Range: PublicationEvent
publicationType The type of the medical article, taken from the US NLM MeSH <a href=http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/pubtypes.html>publication type catalog. Domain: MedicalScholarlyArticle Range: Text
publishedOn A broadcast service associated with the publication event. Domain: PublicationEvent Range: BroadcastService
publisher The publisher of the creative work. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Organization
publishingPrinciples Link to page describing the editorial principles of the organization primarily responsible for the creation of the CreativeWork. Domain: CreativeWork Range: URL
purpose A goal towards an action is taken. Can be concrete or abstract. Domain: MedicalDevice Domain: AllocateAction Domain: PayAction Range: MedicalDevicePurpose Range: Thing
qualifications Specific qualifications required for this role. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
query A sub property of instrument. The query used on this action. Domain: SearchAction Range: Class Range: Text
question A sub property of object. A question. Domain: AskAction Range: Text
rangeIncludes Relates a property to a class that constitutes (one of) the expected type(s) for values of the property. Domain: Property Range: Class
ratingCount The count of total number of ratings. Domain: AggregateRating Range: Number
ratingValue The rating for the content. Domain: Rating Range: Text
realEstateAgent A sub property of participant. The real estate agent involved in the action. Domain: RentAction Range: RealEstateAgent
recipe A sub property of instrument. The recipe/instructions used to perform the action. Domain: CookAction Range: Recipe
recipeCategory The category of the recipe&#x2014;for example, appetizer, entree, etc. Domain: Recipe Range: Text
recipeCuisine The cuisine of the recipe (for example, French or Ethiopian). Domain: Recipe Range: Text
recipeInstructions The steps to make the dish. Domain: Recipe Range: Text
recipeYield The quantity produced by the recipe (for example, number of people served, number of servings, etc). Domain: Recipe Range: Text
recipient A sub property of participant. The participant who is at the receiving end of the action. Domain: CommunicateAction Domain: AuthorizeAction Domain: DonateAction Domain: GiveAction Domain: PayAction Domain: ReturnAction Domain: SendAction Domain: TipAction Range: Audience Range: Organization Range: Person
recognizingAuthority If applicable, the organization that officially recognizes this entity as part of its endorsed system of medicine. Domain: MedicalEntity Range: Organization
recommendationStrength Strength of the guideline's recommendation (e.g. 'class I'). Domain: MedicalGuidelineRecommendation Range: Text
recommendedIntake Recommended intake of this supplement for a given population as defined by a specific recommending authority. Domain: DietarySupplement Range: RecommendedDoseSchedule
regionDrained The anatomical or organ system drained by this vessel; generally refers to a specific part of an organ. Domain: LymphaticVessel Domain: Vein Range: AnatomicalStructure Range: AnatomicalSystem
regionsAllowed The regions where the media is allowed. If not specified, then it's assumed to be allowed everywhere. Specify the countries in <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166'>ISO 3166 format</a>. Domain: MediaObject Range: Place
relatedAnatomy Anatomical systems or structures that relate to the superficial anatomy. Domain: SuperficialAnatomy Range: AnatomicalStructure Range: AnatomicalSystem
relatedCondition A medical condition associated with this anatomy. Domain: AnatomicalStructure Domain: AnatomicalSystem Domain: SuperficialAnatomy Range: MedicalCondition
relatedDrug Any other drug related to this one, for example commonly-prescribed alternatives. Domain: Drug Range: Drug
relatedLink A link related to this web page, for example to other related web pages. Domain: WebPage Range: URL
relatedStructure Related anatomical structure(s) that are not part of the system but relate or connect to it, such as vascular bundles associated with an organ system. Domain: AnatomicalSystem Range: AnatomicalStructure
relatedTherapy A medical therapy related to this anatomy. Domain: AnatomicalStructure Domain: AnatomicalSystem Domain: SuperficialAnatomy Range: MedicalTherapy
relatedTo The most generic familial relation. Domain: Person Range: Person
releaseDate The release date of a product or product model. This can be used to distinguish the exact variant of a product. Domain: Product Range: Date
releaseNotes Description of what changed in this version. Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text Range: URL
relevantSpecialty If applicable, a medical specialty in which this entity is relevant. Domain: MedicalEntity Range: MedicalSpecialty
repetitions Number of times one should repeat the activity. Domain: ExercisePlan Range: Number
replacee A sub property of object. The object that is being replaced. Domain: ReplaceAction Range: Thing
replacer A sub property of object. The object that replaces. Domain: ReplaceAction Range: Thing
replyToUrl The URL at which a reply may be posted to the specified UserComment. Domain: UserComments Range: URL
representativeOfPage Indicates whether this image is representative of the content of the page. Domain: ImageObject Range: Boolean
requiredGender Audiences defined by a person's gender. Domain: PeopleAudience Range: Text
requiredMaxAge Audiences defined by a person's maximum age. Domain: PeopleAudience Range: Integer
requiredMinAge Audiences defined by a person's minimum age. Domain: PeopleAudience Range: Integer
requirements Component dependency requirements for application. This includes runtime environments and shared libraries that are not included in the application distribution package, but required to run the application (Examples: DirectX, Java or .NET runtime). Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text Range: URL
requiresSubscription Indicates if use of the media require a subscription (either paid or free). Allowed values are <code>true</code> or <code>false</code> (note that an earlier version had 'yes', 'no'). Domain: MediaObject Range: Boolean
responsibilities Responsibilities associated with this role. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
restPeriods How often one should break from the activity. Domain: ExercisePlan Range: Text
result The result produced in the action. e.g. John wrote *a book*. Domain: Action Range: Thing
resultReview A sub property of result. The review that resulted in the performing of the action. Domain: ReviewAction Range: Review
review A review of the item. Domain: CreativeWork Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: Offer Domain: Product Range: Review
reviewBody The actual body of the review. Domain: Review Range: Text
reviewCount The count of total number of reviews. Domain: AggregateRating Range: Number
reviewedBy People or organizations that have reviewed the content on this web page for accuracy and/or completeness. Domain: WebPage Range: Organization Range: Person
reviewRating The rating given in this review. Note that reviews can themselves be rated. The <code>reviewRating</code> applies to rating given by the review. The <code>aggregateRating</code> property applies to the review itself, as a creative work. Domain: Review Range: Rating
reviews Review of the item (legacy spelling; see singular form, review). Domain: CreativeWork Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: Offer Domain: Product Range: Review
riskFactor A modifiable or non-modifiable factor that increases the risk of a patient contracting this condition, e.g. age, coexisting condition. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: MedicalRiskFactor
risks Specific physiologic risks associated to the plan. Domain: Diet Range: Text
runsTo The vasculature the lymphatic structure runs, or efferents, to. Domain: LymphaticVessel Range: Vessel
runtime Runtime platform or script interpreter dependencies (Example - Java v1, Python2.3, .Net Framework 3.0) Domain: Code Range: Text
safetyConsideration Any potential safety concern associated with the supplement. May include interactions with other drugs and foods, pregnancy, breastfeeding, known adverse reactions, and documented efficacy of the supplement. Domain: DietarySupplement Range: Text
salaryCurrency The currency (coded using ISO 4217, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_4217 used for the main salary information in this job posting. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
sameAs URL of a reference Web page that unambiguously indicates the item's identity. E.g. the URL of the item's Wikipedia page, Freebase page, or official website. Domain: Thing Range: URL
sampleType Full (compile ready) solution, code snippet, inline code, scripts, template. Domain: Code Range: Text
saturatedFatContent The number of grams of saturated fat. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Mass
scheduledTime The time the object is scheduled to. Domain: PlanAction Domain: ReserveAction Range: DateTime
screenshot A link to a screenshot image of the app. Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: ImageObject Range: URL
season A season in a tv/radio series. Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioSeries Range: Season
seasonNumber Position of the season within an ordered group of seasons. Domain: Season Domain: TVSeason Range: Integer
seasons A season in a tv/radio series. (legacy spelling; see singular form, season) Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioSeries Range: Season
secondaryPrevention A preventative therapy used to prevent reoccurrence of the medical condition after an initial episode of the condition. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: MedicalTherapy
seeks A pointer to products or services sought by the organization or person (demand). Domain: Organization Domain: Person Range: Demand
seller The organization or person making the offer. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: Organization Range: Person
sender A sub property of participant. The participant who is at the sending end of the action. Domain: ReceiveAction Range: Audience Range: Organization Range: Person
sensoryUnit The neurological pathway extension that inputs and sends information to the brain or spinal cord. Domain: Nerve Range: AnatomicalStructure Range: SuperficialAnatomy
serialNumber The serial number or any alphanumeric identifier of a particular product. When attached to an offer, it is a shortcut for the serial number of the product included in the offer. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Domain: IndividualProduct Range: Text
seriousAdverseOutcome A possible serious complication and/or serious side effect of this therapy. Serious adverse outcomes include those that are life-threatening; result in death, disability, or permanent damage; require hospitalization or prolong existing hospitalization; cause congenital anomalies or birth defects; or jeopardize the patient and may require medical or surgical intervention to prevent one of the outcomes in this definition. Domain: MedicalTherapy Domain: MedicalDevice Range: MedicalEntity
servesCuisine The cuisine of the restaurant. Domain: FoodEstablishment Range: Text
serviceArea The geographic area where the service is provided. Domain: Service Range: AdministrativeArea
serviceAudience The audience eligible for this service. Domain: Service Range: Audience
serviceLocation The location (e.g. civic structure, local business, etc.) where a person can go to access the service. Domain: ServiceChannel Range: Place
serviceOperator The operating organization, if different from the provider. This enables the representation of services that are provided by an organization, but operated by another organization like a subcontractor. Domain: GovernmentService Range: Organization
servicePhone The phone number to use to access the service. Domain: ServiceChannel Range: ContactPoint
servicePostalAddress The address for accessing the service by mail. Domain: ServiceChannel Range: PostalAddress
serviceSmsNumber The number to access the service by text message. Domain: ServiceChannel Range: ContactPoint
serviceType The type of service being offered, e.g. veterans' benefits, emergency relief, etc. Domain: Service Range: Text
serviceUrl The website to access the service. Domain: ServiceChannel Range: URL
servingSize The serving size, in terms of the number of volume or mass. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Text
sibling A sibling of the person. Domain: Person Range: Person
siblings A sibling of the person (legacy spelling; see singular form, sibling). Domain: Person Range: Person
signDetected A sign detected by the test. Domain: MedicalTest Range: MedicalSign
significance The significance associated with the superficial anatomy; as an example, how characteristics of the superficial anatomy can suggest underlying medical conditions or courses of treatment. Domain: SuperficialAnatomy Range: Text
significantLink One of the more significant URLs on the page. Typically, these are the non-navigation links that are clicked on the most. Domain: WebPage Range: URL
significantLinks The most significant URLs on the page. Typically, these are the non-navigation links that are clicked on the most (legacy spelling; see singular form, significantLink). Domain: WebPage Range: URL
signOrSymptom A sign or symptom of this condition. Signs are objective or physically observable manifestations of the medical condition while symptoms are the subjective experience of the medical condition. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: MedicalSignOrSymptom
skills Skills required to fulfill this role. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
sku The Stock Keeping Unit (SKU), i.e. a merchant-specific identifier for a product or service, or the product to which the offer refers. Domain: Offer Domain: Product Domain: Demand Range: Text
sodiumContent The number of milligrams of sodium. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Mass
softwareVersion Version of the software instance. Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text
source The anatomical or organ system that the artery originates from. Domain: Artery Range: AnatomicalStructure
sourcedFrom The neurological pathway that originates the neurons. Domain: Nerve Range: BrainStructure
sourceOrganization The Organization on whose behalf the creator was working. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Organization
spatial The range of spatial applicability of a dataset, e.g. for a dataset of New York weather, the state of New York. Domain: Dataset Range: Place
specialCommitments Any special commitments associated with this job posting. Valid entries include VeteranCommit, MilitarySpouseCommit, etc. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
specialty One of the domain specialities to which this web page's content applies. Domain: WebPage Range: Specialty
sponsor Sponsor of the study. Domain: MedicalStudy Range: Organization
sportsActivityLocation A sub property of location. The sports activity location where this action occurred. Domain: ExerciseAction Range: SportsActivityLocation
sportsEvent A sub property of location. The sports event where this action occurred. Domain: ExerciseAction Range: SportsEvent
sportsTeam A sub property of participant. The sports team that participated on this action. Domain: ExerciseAction Range: SportsTeam
spouse The person's spouse. Domain: Person Range: Person
stage The stage of the condition, if applicable. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: MedicalConditionStage
stageAsNumber The stage represented as a number, e.g. 3. Domain: MedicalConditionStage Range: Number
startDate The start date and time of the event, role or item (in <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601'>ISO 8601 date format</a>). Domain: Role Domain: Event Domain: Season Domain: TVSeason Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Range: Date
startTime The startTime of something. For a reserved event or service (e.g. FoodEstablishmentReservation), the time that it is expected to start. For actions that span a period of time, when the action was performed. e.g. John wrote a book from *January* to December. Note that Event uses startDate/endDate instead of startTime/endTime, even when describing dates with times. This situation may be clarified in future revisions. Domain: Action Domain: FoodEstablishmentReservation Range: DateTime
status The status of the study (enumerated). Domain: MedicalStudy Range: MedicalStudyStatus
storageRequirements Storage requirements (free space required). Domain: SoftwareApplication Range: Text Range: URL
streetAddress The street address. For example, 1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy. Domain: PostalAddress Range: Text
strengthUnit The units of an active ingredient's strength, e.g. mg. Domain: DrugStrength Range: Text
strengthValue The value of an active ingredient's strength, e.g. 325. Domain: DrugStrength Range: Number
structuralClass The name given to how bone physically connects to each other. Domain: Joint Range: Text
study A medical study or trial related to this entity. Domain: MedicalEntity Range: MedicalStudy
studyDesign Specifics about the observational study design (enumerated). Domain: MedicalObservationalStudy Range: MedicalObservationalStudyDesign
studyLocation The location in which the study is taking/took place. Domain: MedicalStudy Range: AdministrativeArea
studySubject A subject of the study, i.e. one of the medical conditions, therapies, devices, drugs, etc. investigated by the study. Domain: MedicalStudy Range: MedicalEntity
subEvent An Event that is part of this event. For example, a conference event includes many presentations, each of which is a subEvent of the conference. Domain: Event Range: Event
subEvents Events that are a part of this event. For example, a conference event includes many presentations, each subEvents of the conference (legacy spelling; see singular form, subEvent). Domain: Event Range: Event
subOrganization A relationship between two organizations where the first includes the second, e.g., as a subsidiary. See also: the more specific 'department' property. Domain: Organization Range: Organization
subStageSuffix The substage, e.g. 'a' for Stage IIIa. Domain: MedicalConditionStage Range: Text
subStructure Component (sub-)structure(s) that comprise this anatomical structure. Domain: AnatomicalStructure Range: AnatomicalStructure
subTest A component test of the panel. Domain: MedicalTestPanel Range: MedicalTest
subtype A more specific type of the condition, where applicable, for example 'Type 1 Diabetes', 'Type 2 Diabetes', or 'Gestational Diabetes' for Diabetes. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: Text
successorOf A pointer from a newer variant of a product to its previous, often discontinued predecessor. Domain: ProductModel Range: ProductModel
sugarContent The number of grams of sugar. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Mass
suggestedGender The gender of the person or audience. Domain: PeopleAudience Range: Text
suggestedMaxAge Maximal age recommended for viewing content. Domain: PeopleAudience Range: Number
suggestedMinAge Minimal age recommended for viewing content. Domain: PeopleAudience Range: Number
superEvent An event that this event is a part of. For example, a collection of individual music performances might each have a music festival as their superEvent. Domain: Event Range: Event
supplyTo The area to which the artery supplies blood. Domain: Artery Range: AnatomicalStructure
targetDescription The description of a node in an established educational framework. Domain: AlignmentObject Range: Text
targetName The name of a node in an established educational framework. Domain: AlignmentObject Range: Text
targetPlatform Type of app development: phone, Metro style, desktop, XBox, etc. Domain: APIReference Range: Text
targetPopulation Characteristics of the population for which this is intended, or which typically uses it, e.g. 'adults'. Domain: DietarySupplement Domain: DoseSchedule Range: Text
targetProduct Target Operating System / Product to which the code applies. If applies to several versions, just the product name can be used. Domain: Code Range: SoftwareApplication
targetUrl The URL of a node in an established educational framework. Domain: AlignmentObject Range: URL
taxID The Tax / Fiscal ID of the organization or person, e.g. the TIN in the US or the CIF/NIF in Spain. Domain: Organization Domain: Person Range: Text
telephone The telephone number. Domain: Organization Domain: Place Domain: ContactPoint Domain: Person Range: Text
temporal The range of temporal applicability of a dataset, e.g. for a 2011 census dataset, the year 2011 (in ISO 8601 time interval format). Domain: Dataset Range: DateTime
text The textual content of this CreativeWork. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Text
thumbnail Thumbnail image for an image or video. Domain: ImageObject Domain: VideoObject Range: ImageObject
thumbnailUrl A thumbnail image relevant to the Thing. Domain: CreativeWork Range: URL
tickerSymbol The exchange traded instrument associated with a Corporation object. The tickerSymbol is expressed as an exchange and an instrument name separated by a space character. For the exchange component of the tickerSymbol attribute, we reccommend using the controlled vocaulary of Market Identifier Codes (MIC) specified in ISO15022. Domain: Corporation Range: Text
timeRequired Approximate or typical time it takes to work with or through this learning resource for the typical intended target audience, e.g. 'P30M', 'P1H25M'. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Duration
tissueSample The type of tissue sample required for the test. Domain: PathologyTest Range: Text
title The title of the job. Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
toLocation A sub property of location. The final location of the object or the agent after the action. Domain: InsertAction Domain: MoveAction Domain: TransferAction Domain: ExerciseAction Range: Number Range: Place
totalTime The total time it takes to prepare and cook the recipe, in <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601'>ISO 8601 duration format</a>. Domain: Recipe Range: Duration
track A music recording (track)&#x2014;usually a single song. Domain: MusicPlaylist Domain: MusicGroup Range: MusicRecording
trackingNumber Shipper tracking number. Domain: ParcelDelivery Range: Text
trackingUrl Tracking url for the parcel delivery. Domain: ParcelDelivery Range: URL
tracks A music recording (track)&#x2014;usually a single song (legacy spelling; see singular form, track). Domain: MusicPlaylist Domain: MusicGroup Range: MusicRecording
trailer The trailer of a movie or tv/radio series, season, or episode. Domain: Movie Domain: Episode Domain: TVEpisode Domain: Season Domain: TVSeason Domain: Series Domain: TVSeries Domain: RadioEpisode Domain: RadioSeason Domain: RadioSeries Range: VideoObject
transcript If this MediaObject is an AudioObject or VideoObject, the transcript of that object. Domain: AudioObject Domain: VideoObject Range: Text
transFatContent The number of grams of trans fat. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Mass
transmissionMethod How the disease spreads, either as a route or vector, for example 'direct contact', 'Aedes aegypti', etc. Domain: InfectiousDisease Range: Text
trialDesign Specifics about the trial design (enumerated). Domain: MedicalTrial Range: MedicalTrialDesign
tributary The anatomical or organ system that the vein flows into; a larger structure that the vein connects to. Domain: Vein Range: AnatomicalStructure
typeOfGood The product that this structured value is referring to. Domain: OwnershipInfo Domain: TypeAndQuantityNode Range: Product
typicalAgeRange The typical expected age range, e.g. '7-9', '11-'. Domain: CreativeWork Domain: Event Range: Text
typicalTest A medical test typically performed given this condition. Domain: MedicalCondition Range: MedicalTest
unitCode The unit of measurement given using the UN/CEFACT Common Code (3 characters). Domain: QuantitativeValue Domain: TypeAndQuantityNode Domain: UnitPriceSpecification Range: Text
unsaturatedFatContent The number of grams of unsaturated fat. Domain: NutritionInformation Range: Mass
uploadDate Date when this media object was uploaded to this site. Domain: MediaObject Range: Date
url URL of the item. Domain: Thing Range: URL
usedToDiagnose A condition the test is used to diagnose. Domain: MedicalTest Range: MedicalCondition
usesDevice Device used to perform the test. Domain: MedicalTest Range: MedicalDevice
validFor The time validity of the permit. Domain: Permit Range: Duration
validFrom The date when the item becomes valid. Domain: Offer Domain: PriceSpecification Domain: Demand Domain: OpeningHoursSpecification Domain: Permit Range: DateTime
validIn The geographic area where the permit is valid. Domain: Permit Range: AdministrativeArea
validThrough The end of the validity of offer, price specification, or opening hours data. Domain: Offer Domain: PriceSpecification Domain: Demand Domain: OpeningHoursSpecification Range: DateTime
validUntil The date when the item is no longer valid. Domain: Permit Range: Date
value The value of the product characteristic. Domain: QuantitativeValue Range: Number
valueAddedTaxIncluded Specifies whether the applicable value-added tax (VAT) is included in the price specification or not. Domain: PriceSpecification Range: Boolean
valueReference A pointer to a secondary value that provides additional information on the original value, e.g. a reference temperature. Domain: QualitativeValue Domain: QuantitativeValue Range: Enumeration Range: StructuredValue
vatID The Value-added Tax ID of the organization or person. Domain: Organization Domain: Person Range: Text
vendor A sub property of participant. The seller. The participant/person/organization that sold the object. Domain: BuyAction Range: Organization Range: Person
version The version of the CreativeWork embodied by a specified resource. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Number
video An embedded video object. Domain: CreativeWork Range: VideoObject
videoFrameSize The frame size of the video. Domain: VideoObject Range: Text
videoQuality The quality of the video. Domain: VideoObject Range: Text
warning Any FDA or other warnings about the drug (text or URL). Domain: Drug Range: Text Range: URL
warranty The warranty promise(s) included in the offer. Domain: Offer Domain: Demand Range: WarrantyPromise
warrantyPromise The warranty promise(s) included in the offer. Domain: BuyAction Domain: SellAction Range: WarrantyPromise
warrantyScope The scope of the warranty promise. Domain: WarrantyPromise Range: WarrantyScope
weight The weight of the product. Domain: Product Range: QuantitativeValue
width The width of the item. Domain: MediaObject Domain: Product Range: Distance Range: QuantitativeValue
winner A sub property of participant. The winner of the action. Domain: LoseAction Range: Person
wordCount The number of words in the text of the Article. Domain: Article Range: Integer
workHours The typical working hours for this job (e.g. 1st shift, night shift, 8am-5pm). Domain: JobPosting Range: Text
workload Quantitative measure of the physiologic output of the exercise; also referred to as energy expenditure. Domain: ExercisePlan Range: Energy
workLocation A contact location for a person's place of work. Domain: Person Range: ContactPoint Range: Place
worksFor Organizations that the person works for. Domain: Person Range: Organization
worstRating The lowest value allowed in this rating system. If worstRating is omitted, 1 is assumed. Domain: Rating Range: Number Range: Text
yearlyRevenue The size of the business in annual revenue. Domain: BusinessAudience Range: QuantitativeValue
yearsInOperation The age of the business. Domain: BusinessAudience Range: QuantitativeValue
WikiDoc This class contains information contributed by <a href=http://wikidoc.org>WikiDoc</a>.
Stack Exchange The Question/Answer types were <a href="https://www.w3.org/wiki/WebSchemas/QASchemaResearch">based on</a> the Stack Overflow API.
rNews 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. More information about the IPTC and rNews can be found at <a href=http://rnews.org>rnews.org</a>.
DatasetClass This class is based upon W3C DCAT work, and benefits from collaboration around the DCAT, ADMS and VoID vocabularies. See http://www.w3.org/wiki/WebSchemas/Datasets for full details and mappings.
GoodRelationsClass This class is derived from the GoodRelations Vocabulary for E-Commerce, created by Martin Hepp. GoodRelations is a data model for sharing e-commerce data on the Web that can be expressed in a variety of syntaxes, including RDFa and HTML5 Microdata. More information about GoodRelations can be found at <a href="http://purl.org/goodrelations/">http://purl.org/goodrelations/</a>.
GoodRelationsProperties This class contains derivatives of properties from the GoodRelations Vocabulary for E-Commerce, created by Martin Hepp. GoodRelations is a data model for sharing e-commerce data on the Web that can be expressed in a variety of syntaxes, including RDFa and HTML5 Microdata. More information about GoodRelations can be found at <a href="http://purl.org/goodrelations/">http://purl.org/goodrelations/</a>.
LRMIClass This class is based on the work of the LRMI project, see lrmi.net for details.
ActionCollabClass The schema.org Actions mechanism benefited from extensive discussions across the Web standards community around W3C, in particular from the <a href="http://purl.org/hydra/"> Hydra project</a>'s community group.

Reservations

Reservation Describes a reservation for travel, dining or an event. Some reservations require tickets.

Note: This type is for information about actual reservations, e.g. in confirmation emails or HTML pages with individual confirmations of reservations. For offers of tickets, restaurant reservations, flights, or rental cars, use http://schema.org/Offer.

Subclass of: Intangible
BusReservation A reservation for bus travel.

Note: This type is for information about actual reservations, e.g. in confirmation emails or HTML pages with individual confirmations of reservations. For offers of tickets, use http://schema.org/Offer.

Subclass of: Reservation
EventReservation A reservation for an event like a concert, sporting event, or lecture.

Note: This type is for information about actual reservations, e.g. in confirmation emails or HTML pages with individual confirmations of reservations. For offers of tickets, use http://schema.org/Offer.

Subclass of: Reservation
FlightReservation A reservation for air travel.

Note: This type is for information about actual reservations, e.g. in confirmation emails or HTML pages with individual confirmations of reservations. For offers of tickets, use http://schema.org/Offer.

Subclass of: Reservation
FoodEstablishmentReservation A reservation to dine at a food-related business.

Note: This type is for information about actual reservations, e.g. in confirmation emails or HTML pages with individual confirmations of reservations.

Subclass of: Reservation
LodgingReservation A reservation for lodging at a hotel, motel, inn, etc.

Note: This type is for information about actual reservations, e.g. in confirmation emails or HTML pages with individual confirmations of reservations.

Subclass of: Reservation
RentalCarReservation A reservation for a rental car.

Note: This type is for information about actual reservations, e.g. in confirmation emails or HTML pages with individual confirmations of reservations.

Subclass of: Reservation
TaxiReservation A reservation for a taxi.

Note: This type is for information about actual reservations, e.g. in confirmation emails or HTML pages with individual confirmations of reservations. For offers of tickets, use http://schema.org/Offer.

Subclass of: Reservation
TrainReservation A reservation for train travel.

Note: This type is for information about actual reservations, e.g. in confirmation emails or HTML pages with individual confirmations of reservations. For offers of tickets, use http://schema.org/Offer.

Subclass of: Reservation
ReservationPackage A group of multiple reservations with common values for all sub-reservations. Subclass of: Reservation
ReservationStatusType Enumerated status values for Reservation. Subclass of: Enumeration
ReservationCancelled The status for a previously confirmed reservation that is now cancelled. type: ReservationStatusType
ReservationConfirmed The status of a confirmed reservation. type: ReservationStatusType
ReservationHold The status of a reservation on hold pending an update like credit card number or flight changes. type: ReservationStatusType
ReservationPending The status of a reservation when a request has been sent, but not confirmed. type: ReservationStatusType
Bus Trip A trip on a commercial bus line. Subclass of: Intangible
Train Trip A trip on a commercial train line. Subclass of: Intangible
Flight An airline flight. Subclass of: Intangible
Airline An organization that provides flights for passengers. Subclass of: Organization
Program Membership Used to describe membership in a loyalty programs (e.g. "StarAliance"), traveler clubs (e.g. "AAA"), purchase clubs ("Safeway Club"), etc. Subclass of: Intangible
Ticket Used to describe a ticket to an event, a flight, a bus ride, etc. Subclass of: Intangible
Seat Used to describe a seat, such as a reserved seat in an event reservation. Subclass of: Intangible
Taxi A taxi. Subclass of: Service
Vehicle A vehicle. Subclass of: Product
Car An automobile. Subclass of: Vehicle
reservationId A unique identifier for the reservation. domain: Reservation Range: Text
reservationStatus The current status of the reservation. domain: Reservation Range: ReservationStatusType
reservationFor The thing -- flight, event, restaurant,etc. being reserved. domain: Reservation Range: Thing
underName The person or organization the reservation or ticket is for. domain: Reservation domain: Ticket Range: Person Range: Organization
provider The person or organization providing the service, reservation, or creative work. The provider may subcontract out the service. domain: CreativeWork domain: Service domain: Reservation domain: Flight domain: TrainTrip domain: BusTrip Range: Person Range: Organization
bookingAgent If the reservation was not booked directly through the provider, the third-party booking agent can be recorded through this property. domain: Reservation Range: Person Range: Organization
bookingTime The date and time the reservation was booked. domain: Reservation Range: DateTime
modifiedTime The date and time the reservation was modified. domain: Reservation Range: DateTime
programMembershipUsed Any membership in a frequent flyer, hotel loyalty program, etc. being applied to the reservation. domain: Reservation Range: ProgramMembership
reservedTicket A ticket associated with the reservation. domain: Reservation Range: Ticket
totalPrice The total price for the reservation or ticket, including applicable taxes, shipping, etc. domain: Reservation domain: Ticket Range: Number Range: Text Range: PriceSpecification
priceCurrency The currency (in 3-letter ISO 4217 format) of the price or a price component, when attached to PriceSpecification and its subtypes. domain: Reservation domain: Ticket Domain: Offer Domain: PriceSpecification Range: Text
membershipNumber A unique identifier for the membership. domain: ProgramMembership Range: Text
programName The program providing the membership. domain: ProgramMembership Range: Text
hostingOrganization The organization (airline, travelers' club, etc.) the membership is made with. domain: ProgramMembership Range: Organization
issuedBy The organization issuing the ticket or permit. domain: Ticket Domain: Permit Range: Organization
dateIssued The date the ticket was issued. domain: Ticket Range: DateTime
ticketedSeat The seat associated with the ticket. domain: Ticket Range: Seat
ticketNumber The unique identifier for the ticket. domain: Ticket Range: Text
ticketToken Reference to an asset (e.g., Barcode, QR code image or PDF) usable for entrance. domain: Ticket Range: Text Range: URL
seatNumber The location of the reserved seat (e.g., 27). domain: Seat Range: Text
seatRow The row location of the reserved seat (e.g., B). domain: Seat Range: Text
seatSection The section location of the reserved seat (e.g. Orchestra). domain: Seat Range: Text
seatingType The type/class of the seat. domain: Seat Range: Text Range: QualitativeValue
subReservation The individual reservations included in the package. Typically a repeated property. domain: ReservationPackage Range: Reservation
boardingGroup The airline-specific indicator of boarding order / preference. domain: ReservationPackage Range: Text
flightNumber The unique identifier for a flight, not including the airline IATA code. For example, if describing United flight 110, the flightNumber is '110'. The IATA code can be set on the Airline. domain: Flight Range: Text
departureTime The expected departure time. domain: BusTrip domain: Flight domain: TrainTrip Range: DateTime
arrivalTime The expected arrival time. domain: BusTrip domain: Flight domain: TrainTrip Range: DateTime
departureAirport The airport where the flight originates. domain: Flight Range: Airport
departureAirport The airport where the flight terminates. domain: Flight Range: Airport
departureGate Identifier of the flight's departure gate. domain: Flight Range: Text
arrivalGate Identifier of the flight's arrival gate. domain: Flight Range: Text
departureTerminal Identifier of the flight's departure terminal. domain: Flight Range: Text
arrivalTerminal Identifier of the flight's arrival terminal. domain: Flight Range: Text
aircraft The kind of aircraft (e.g., "Boeing 747"). domain: Flight Range: Text Range: Vehicle
mealService Description of the meals that will be provided or available for purchase. domain: Flight Range: Text
estimatedFlightDuration The estimated time the flight will take. domain: Flight Range: Text Range: Duration
flightDistance The distance of the flight. domain: Flight Range: Text Range: Distance
webCheckinTime The time when a passenger can check into the flight online. domain: Flight Range: DateTime
iataCode IATA identifier for an airline or airport domain: Airline domain: Airport Range: Text
iacoCode IACO identifier for an airport. domain: Airport Range: Text
partySize Number of people the reservation should accommodate. domain: FoodEstablishmentReservation domain: TaxiReservation Range: Number Range: QuantitativeValue
trainNumber The unique identifier for the train. domain: TrainTrip Range: Text
trainName The name of the train (e.g. The Orient Express). domain: TrainTrip Range: Text
departureStation The station from which the train departs. domain: TrainTrip Range: TrainStation
arrivalStation The station where the train trip ends. domain: TrainTrip Range: TrainStation
departurePlatform The platform from which the train departs. domain: TrainTrip Range: Text
arrivalPlatform The platform where the train arrives. domain: TrainTrip Range: Text
busNumber The unique identifier for the bus. domain: BusTrip Range: Text
busName The name of the bus (e.g. Bolt Express). domain: BusTrip Range: Text
departureBusStop The stop or station from which the bus departs. domain: BusTrip Range: BusStation Range: BusStop
arrivalBusStop The stop or station from which the bus arrives. domain: BusTrip Range: BusStation Range: BusStop
pickupLocation Where a taxi will pick up a passenger or a rental car can be picked up. domain: RentalCarReservation domain: TaxiReservation Range: Place
dropoffLocation Where a rental car can be dropped off. domain: RentalCarReservation Range: Place
pickupTime When a taxi will pickup a passenger or a rental car can be picked up. domain: RentalCarReservation domain: TaxiReservation Range: DateTime
dropoffTime When a rental car can be dropped off. domain: RentalCarReservation Range: DateTime
checkinTime The earliest someone may check into a lodging establishment. domain: LodgingReservation Range: DateTime
checkoutTime The latest someone may check out of a lodging establishment. domain: LodgingReservation Range: DateTime
lodgingUnitType Textual description of the unit type (including suite vs. room, size of bed, etc.). domain: LodgingReservation Range: Text Range: QualitativeValue
lodgingUnitDescription A full description of the lodging unit. domain: LodgingReservation Range: Text
numAdults The number of adults staying in the unit. domain: LodgingReservation Range: Number Range: QuantitativeValue
numChildren The number of children staying in the unit. domain: LodgingReservation Range: Number Range: QuantitativeValue

Questions and Answers (QA) and FAQ schema

Enrichment of Schema.org to enable annotation of questions and answers content, as discussed on public-vocabs@w3.org.

See wiki for details.

QAPage A QAPage is a WebPage focussed on a specific Question and its Answer(s), e.g. in a question answering site or documenting Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Subclass of: WebPage
Question A specific question - e.g. from a user seeking answers online, or collected in a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document. Subclass of: CreativeWork Source: Stack Overflow
upvoteCount The number of upvotes this question has received from the community. Domain: Question Domain: Answer Domain: Comment Range: Integer
downvoteCount The number of downvotes this question has received from the community. Domain: Question Domain: Answer Domain: Comment Range: Integer
answerCount The number of answers this question has received. Domain: Question Range: Integer
commentCount The number of comments this CreativeWork (e.g. Article, Question or Answer) has received. This is most applicable to works published in Web sites with commenting system; additional comments may exist elsewhere. Domain: CreativeWork Range: Integer
acceptedAnswer The answer that has been accepted as best, typically on a Question/Answer site. Sites vary in their selection mechanisms, e.g. drawing on community opinion and/or the view of the Question author. Domain: Question Range: Answer
Answer An answer offered to a question; perhaps correct, perhaps opinionated or wrong. Subclass of: CreativeWork Source: Stack Overflow
parentItem The parent of a question, answer or item in general. Domain: Answer Domain: Comment Range: Question
suggestedAnswer An answer (possibly one of several, possibly incorrect) to a Question, e.g. on a Question/Answer site. Domain: Question Range: Answer

EmailMessage

EmailMessage An email message. Subclass of: CreativeWork

Potential Actions

actionStatus Indicates the current disposition of the Action. Domain: Action Range: ActionStatusType
ActionStatusType The status of an Action. Subclass of: Enumeration
PotentialActionStatus A description of an action that is supported.
ActiveActionStatus An in-progress action (e.g, while watching the movie, or driving to a location).
CompletedActionStatus An action that has already taken place.
potentialAction Indicates a potential Action, which describes an idealized action in which this thing would play an 'object' role. Domain: Thing Range: Action
EntryPoint An entry point, within some Web-based protocol. Subclass of: Intangible Source: Action collaborations
target Indicates a target EntryPoint for an Action. Domain: Action Range: EntryPoint
httpMethod An HTTP method that specifies the appropriate HTTP method for a request to an HTTP EntryPoint. Values are capitalized strings as used in HTTP. Domain: EntryPoint Range: Text
encodingType The supported encoding type(s) for an EntryPoint request. Domain: EntryPoint Range: Text
contentType The supported content type(s) for an EntryPoint response. Domain: EntryPoint Range: Text
application An application that can complete the request. Domain: EntryPoint Range: SoftwareApplication
PropertyValueSpecification A Property value specification. Subclass of: Intangible Source: Action collaborations
urlTemplate An url template (RFC6570) that will be used to construct the target of the execution of the action. Domain: EntryPoint Range: Text
valueName Indicates the name of the PropertyValueSpecification to be used in URL templates and form encoding in a manner analogous to HTML's input@name. Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Text
valueRequired Whether the property must be filled in to complete the action. Default is false. Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Boolean
defaultValue The default value of the input. For properties that expect a literal, the default is a literal value, for properties that expect an object, it's an ID reference to one of the current values. Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Thing Range: Text
readonlyValue Whether or not a property is mutable. Default is false. Specifying this for a property that also has a value makes it act similar to a "hidden" input in an HTML form. Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Boolean
multipleValues Whether multiple values are allowed for the property. Default is false. Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Boolean
valueMinLength Specifies the minimum allowed range for number of characters in a literal value. Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Number
valueMaxLength Specifies the allowed range for number of characters in a literal value. Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Number
valuePattern Specifies a regular expression for testing literal values according to the HTML spec. Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Number
stepValue The stepValue attribute indicates the granularity that is expected (and required) of the value in a PropertyValueSpecification. Domain: PropertyValueSpecification Range: Number

workPerformed

workPerformed A work performed in some event, for example a play performed in a TheaterEvent. domainIncludes: Event rangeIncludes: CreativeWork

Role

Role Represents additional information about a relationship or property. For example a Role can be used to say that a 'member' role linking some SportsTeam to a player occurred during a particular time period. Or that a Person's 'actor' role in a Movie was for some particular characterName. Such properties can be attached to a Role entity, which is then associated with the main entities using ordinary properties like 'member' or 'actor'. Subclass of: Intangible
PerformanceRole A PerformanceRole is a Role that some entity places with regard to a theatrical performance, e.g. in a Movie, TVSeries etc. Subclass of: Role
characterName The name of a character played in some acting or performing role, i.e. in a PerformanceRole. domainIncludes: PerformanceRole rangeIncludes: Text
OrganizationRole A subclass of Role used to describe roles within organizations. Subclass of: Role
namedPosition A position played, performed or filled by a person or organization, as part of an organization. For example, an athlete in a SportsTeam might play in the position named 'Quarterback'. domainIncludes: OrganizationRole rangeIncludes: Text rangeIncludes: URL

WebSite

WebSite A WebSite is a set of related web pages and other items typically served from a single web domain and accessible via URLs. Subclass of: CreativeWork