In an effort to guide industry logic that connects viable survey schema and markup to survey types and templates, we are providing an initial set of 10 survey schema markups. Leveraging JSON-LD, these markups will aid the language’s effort to create a network of standards-based, machine-readable data across websites, specifically for products and services related to and driven by online survey software.
As more templates and survey types are accounted for, they will be duly represented herein. Currently, within the JSON-LD framework, we have appropriated, created, and propose the following schema hierarchy:
Given Google’s preference for JSON-LD with regards to structured data markup, we have created the following initial formats:
Survey-based documentation for ontology terms, superclasses, classes, and properties.
|Description||Class representing the various online survey products created by dedicated software or SaaS providers.|
|Description||A particular survey template that can be customized and deployed by a user.|
|Description||Particular types of surveys that a site or provider makes available to user.|
Help us help the machines better understand online survey products and how they fit into the greater realm of schema items.
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