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What do we store?

With this service, you can validate PROV representations or translate them into other representations. This service does not store the PROV representations that you submit, but it stores the following information:

  • Information related to HTTP requests, such as browser agent and IP address, which we use for general Web analytics.
  • Validation summary, such as the number and type of errors and warnings.
  • Some Provenance Graph metrics, inspired by our IPAW'12 paper, with a view to understand the characteristics of provenance in the wild.


By pressing the validate/translate buttons, you agree with the terms and conditions of this service (for full details see ethics application 4559). Specifically, you agree with the above information being stored and that no guarantees are provided as to the correctness of this validation result. The information we capture is anonymous and we will not seek to try and identify users from IP addresses. Given this, we provide no mechanism by which logged information can be erased.

   Validator 0.7.3-SNAPSHOT (2017-09-21 19:22), ProvToolbox 0.7.4-SNAPSHOT (2017-09-21 19:19), prov-service-0.7.3-SNAPSHOT-docker (2017-09-21 19:24)