Nodes represent interested Parties, such as Persons, Entities or States.
Nodes must have a Label underneath, identifying the Party. The Label can either be:
For States, the Label may be more specific than the icon. For instance, the icon would identify the governing body (e.g. the UK), while the Label might more specifically identify the “Department of Transport”.
Instead of naming a Party in its Label, you can create an Identifier. Do this when identifying the name is not relevant or is not known. An Identifier is formed from Status + Type + Unique ID:
|(if required)||The type of Party||A unique incrementing letter or number|
For each of these parts:
|Status||Applies only if the Party is Unknown or Anonymous|
|Type||May be any type defined in the Vocabulary|
So, for instance, a valid set of Identifiers might be: