Example RO-Crates

The RO-Crate structure is that a RO-Crate root directory has a RO-Crate Metadata File named ro-crate-metadata.jsonld that describe the other files, directories and URLs; as well as relating them to things in the world (e.g. people, instruments).

From RO-Crate 1.1 this file will be renamed ro-crate-metadata.json

The specification has several inline examples:

UTS examples

You can also look at some example RO-Crates.

Some of the below examples may be using RO-Crate 0.2, which may miss some subtle changes in RO-Crate 1.0. Implementers are advised to check relevant sections in the latest RO-Crate specification.