Mapping of a Line List

latest update: 2016-09-26         


Using a number of the templates defined in, a complete mapping of a Line List is shown here.

The (very partial, one line only) spreadsheet shown below contains a take-off from a P&ID system.

Click on a spreadsheet cell below to get the full mapping for that information.

In this topic is shown how, column-by-column, that spreadsheet can be mapped to ISO 15926 templates.


The following graph shows the things involved in a Line List. Click on any object or relationship to get to the applicable template.

Turtle Files

Turtle is a textual syntax for RDF, that allows an RDF graph to be completely written in a compact and natural text form, with abbreviations for common usage patterns and datatypes. Turtle provides levels of compatibility with the N-Triples format as well as the triple pattern syntax of the SPARQL W3C Recommendation.

A Part 8 file in Turtle format for the  data of Project p1234 starts with the following heading:

@prefix : <> .

@prefix xsd: <> .

@prefix rdf: <> .

@prefix rdfs: <> .

@prefix owl: <> .

@prefix skos: <> .

@prefix dm: <> .

@prefix meta: <> .

@prefix tpl: <> .

@prefix rdl: <> .

@prefix xyzrdl: <> .


Consolidated files

The following files have been consolidated in Turtle:

  1. A complete file with the mapped data as shown in above table, plus the declared objects, plus the implicit relationships, plus the set of templates that represent the contents of the Line List. Click here .
  2. A file with the RDL extension of the XYZ Corporation, as required because of missing reference data in the RDL and, in some cases, because of company-specific classes. Click here.

Reference files

NOTE - For information only, the correct code is in above consolidated files.