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QuantitativeValue

Thing > Intangible > StructuredValue > QuantitativeValue

A point value or interval for product characteristics and other purposes.

Usage: Between 1000 and 10,000 domains
PropertyExpected TypeDescription
Properties from QuantitativeValue
additionalProperty PropertyValue A property-value pair representing an additional characteristics of the entitity, e.g. a product feature or another characteristic for which there is no matching property in schema.org.

Note: Publishers should be aware that applications designed to use specific schema.org properties (e.g. http://schema.org/width, http://schema.org/color, http://schema.org/gtin13, ...) will typically expect such data to be provided using those properties, rather than using the generic property/value mechanism.
maxValue Number The upper value of some characteristic or property.
minValue Number The lower value of some characteristic or property.
unitCode Text  or
URL 
The unit of measurement given using the UN/CEFACT Common Code (3 characters) or a URL. Other codes than the UN/CEFACT Common Code may be used with a prefix followed by a colon.
unitText Text A string or text indicating the unit of measurement. Useful if you cannot provide a standard unit code for unitCode.
value Text  or
Boolean  or
StructuredValue  or
Number 
The value of the quantitative value or property value node. For QuantitativeValue, the recommended type for values is 'Number'. For PropertyValue, it can be 'Text;', 'Number', 'Boolean', or 'StructuredValue'.
valueReference Enumeration  or
StructuredValue  or
QualitativeValue  or
QuantitativeValue  or
PropertyValue 
A pointer to a secondary value that provides additional information on the original value, e.g. a reference temperature.
Properties from Thing
additionalType URL An additional type for the item, typically used for adding more specific types from external vocabularies in microdata syntax. This is a relationship between something and a class that the thing is in. In RDFa syntax, it is better to use the native RDFa syntax - the 'typeof' attribute - for multiple types. Schema.org tools may have only weaker understanding of extra types, in particular those defined externally.
alternateName Text An alias for the item.
description Text A short description of the item.
image ImageObject  or
URL 
An image of the item. This can be a URL or a fully described ImageObject.
mainEntityOfPage URL  or
CreativeWork 
Indicates a page (or other CreativeWork) for which this thing is the main entity being described.

See background notes for details.
Inverse property: mainEntity.
name Text The name of the item.
potentialAction Action Indicates a potential Action, which describes an idealized action in which this thing would play an 'object' role.
sameAs URL URL of a reference Web page that unambiguously indicates the item's identity. E.g. the URL of the item's Wikipedia page, Freebase page, or official website.
url URL URL of the item.


Instances of QuantitativeValue may appear as values for the following properties
PropertyOn TypesDescription
accelerationTime Vehicle The time needed to accelerate the vehicle from a given start velocity to a given target velocity.
Typical unit code(s): SEC for seconds
Note: There are unfortunately no standard unit codes for seconds/0..100 km/h or seconds/0..60 mph. Simply use "SEC" for seconds and indicate the velocities in the name of the QuantitativeValue, or use valueReference with a QuantitativeValue of 0..60 mph or 0..100 km/h to specify the reference speeds.
advanceBookingRequirement Offer  or
Demand 
The amount of time that is required between accepting the offer and the actual usage of the resource or service.
cargoVolume Vehicle The available volume for cargo or luggage. For automobiles, this is usually the trunk volume.
Typical unit code(s): LTR for liters, FTQ for cubic foot/feet
Note: You can use minValue and maxValue to indicate ranges.
deliveryLeadTime Offer  or
Demand 
The typical delay between the receipt of the order and the goods leaving the warehouse.
depth Product  or
VisualArtwork 
The depth of the item.
durationOfWarranty WarrantyPromise The duration of the warranty promise. Common unitCode values are ANN for year, MON for months, or DAY for days.
eligibleDuration Offer  or
Demand 
The duration for which the given offer is valid.
eligibleQuantity Offer  or
PriceSpecification  or
Demand 
The interval and unit of measurement of ordering quantities for which the offer or price specification is valid. This allows e.g. specifying that a certain freight charge is valid only for a certain quantity.
engineDisplacement EngineSpecification The volume swept by all of the pistons inside the cylinders of an internal combustion engine in a single movement.
Typical unit code(s): CMQ for cubic centimeter, LTR for liters, INQ for cubic inches
Note 1: You can link to information about how the given value has been determined using the valueReference property.
Note 2: You can use minValue and maxValue to indicate ranges.
enginePower EngineSpecification The power of the vehicle's engine. Typical unit code(s): KWT for kilowatt, BHP for brake horsepower, N12 for metric horsepower (PS, with 1 PS = 735,49875 W)
Note 1: There are many different ways of measuring an engine's power. For an overview, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horsepower#Engine_power_test_codes.
Note 2: You can link to information about how the given value has been determined using the valueReference property.
Note 3: You can use minValue and maxValue to indicate ranges.
fuelCapacity Vehicle The capacity of the fuel tank or in the case of electric cars, the battery. If there are multiple components for storage, this should indicate the total of all storage of the same type.
Typical unit code(s): LTR for liters, GLL of US gallons, GLI for UK / imperial gallons, AMH for ampere-hours (for electrical vehicles)
fuelConsumption Vehicle The amount of fuel consumed for traveling a particular distance or temporal duration with the given vehicle (e.g. liters per 100 km).
Note 1: There are unfortunately no standard unit codes for liters per 100 km.
Use unitText to indicate the unit of measurement, e.g. L/100 km. Note 2: There are two ways of indicating the fuel consumption, fuelConsumption (e.g. 8 liters per 100 km) and fuelEfficiency (e.g. 30 miles per gallon). They are reciprocal.
Note 3: Often, the absolute value is useful only when related to driving speed ("at 80 km/h") or usage pattern ("city traffic"). You can use valueReference to link the value for the fuel consumption to another value.
fuelEfficiency Vehicle The distance traveled per unit of fuel used; most commonly miles per gallon (mpg) or kilometers per liter (km/L).
Note 1: There are unfortunately no standard unit codes for miles per gallon or kilometers per liter.
Use unitText to indicate the unit of measurement, e.g. mpg or km/L. Note 2: There are two ways of indicating the fuel consumption, fuelConsumption (e.g. 8 liters per 100 km) and fuelEfficiency (e.g. 30 miles per gallon). They are reciprocal.
Note 3: Often, the absolute value is useful only when related to driving speed ("at 80 km/h") or usage pattern ("city traffic"). You can use valueReference to link the value for the fuel economy to another value.
height MediaObject  or
Product  or
Person  or
VisualArtwork 
The height of the item.
inventoryLevel Offer  or
SomeProducts  or
Demand 
The current approximate inventory level for the item or items.
mileageFromOdometer Vehicle The total distance travelled by the particular vehicle since its initial production, as read from its odometer.
Typical unit code(s): KMT for kilometers, SMI for statute miles
numAdults LodgingReservation The number of adults staying in the unit.
numChildren LodgingReservation The number of children staying in the unit.
numberOfAxles Vehicle The number of axles.
Typical unit code(s): C62
numberOfDoors Vehicle The number of doors.
Typical unit code(s): C62
numberOfEmployees BusinessAudience  or
Organization 
The number of employees in an organization e.g. business.
numberOfForwardGears Vehicle The total number of forward gears available for the transmission system of the vehicle.
Typical unit code(s): C62
numberOfPlayers VideoGameSeries  or
Game 
Indicate how many people can play this game (minimum, maximum, or range).
numberOfPreviousOwners Vehicle The number of owners of the vehicle, including the current one.
Typical unit code(s): C62
partySize FoodEstablishmentReservation  or
TaxiReservation 
Number of people the reservation should accommodate.
payload Vehicle The permitted weight of passengers and cargo, EXCLUDING the weight of the empty vehicle.
Typical unit code(s): KGM for kilogram, LBR for pound
Note 1: Many databases specify the permitted TOTAL weight instead, which is the sum of weight and payload.
Note 2: You can indicate additional information in the name of the QuantitativeValue node.
Note 3: You may also link to a QualitativeValue node that provides additional information using valueReference.
Note 4: Note that you can use minValue and maxValue to indicate ranges.
roofLoad Car  or
BusOrCoach 
The permitted total weight of cargo and installations (e.g. a roof rack) on top of the vehicle.
Typical unit code(s): KGM for kilogram, LBR for pound
Note 1: You can indicate additional information in the name of the QuantitativeValue node.
Note 2: You may also link to a QualitativeValue node that provides additional information using valueReference.
Note 3: Note that you can use minValue and maxValue to indicate ranges.
seatingCapacity Vehicle The number of persons that can be seated (e.g. in a vehicle), both in terms of the physical space available, and in terms of limitations set by law.
Typical unit code(s): C62 for persons
speed Vehicle The speed range of the vehicle. If the vehicle is powered by an engine, the upper limit of the speed range (indicated by maxValue) should be the maximum speed achievable under regular conditions.
Typical unit code(s): KMH for km/h, HM for mile per hour (0.447 04 m/s), KNT for knot
Note 1: Use minValue and maxValue to indicate the range. Typically, the minimal value is zero.
Note 2: There are many different ways of measuring the speed range. You can link to information about how the given value has been determined using the valueReference property.
tongueWeight Vehicle The permitted vertical load (TWR) of a trailer attached to the vehicle. Also referred to as Tongue Load Rating (TLR) or Vertical Load Rating (VLR).
Typical unit code(s): KGM for kilogram, LBR for pound
Note 1: You can indicate additional information in the name of the QuantitativeValue node.
Note 2: You may also link to a QualitativeValue node that provides additional information using valueReference.
Note 3: Note that you can use minValue and maxValue to indicate ranges.
torque EngineSpecification The torque (turning force) of the vehicle's engine.
Typical unit code(s): NU for newton metre (N m), F17 for pound-force per foot, or F48 for pound-force per inch
Note 1: You can link to information about how the given value has been determined (e.g. reference RPM) using the valueReference property.
Note 2: You can use minValue and maxValue to indicate ranges.
trailerWeight Vehicle The permitted weight of a trailer attached to the vehicle.
Typical unit code(s): KGM for kilogram, LBR for pound
Note 1: You can indicate additional information in the name of the QuantitativeValue node.
Note 2: You may also link to a QualitativeValue node that provides additional information using valueReference.
Note 3: Note that you can use minValue and maxValue to indicate ranges.
valueReference PropertyValue  or
QuantitativeValue  or
QualitativeValue 
A pointer to a secondary value that provides additional information on the original value, e.g. a reference temperature.
vehicleSeatingCapacity Vehicle The number of passengers that can be seated in the vehicle, both in terms of the physical space available, and in terms of limitations set by law.
Typical unit code(s): C62 for persons
weight Product  or
Person 
The weight of the product or person.
weightTotal Vehicle The permitted total weight of the loaded vehicle, including passengers and cargo and the weight of the empty vehicle.
Typical unit code(s): KGM for kilogram, LBR for pound
Note 1: You can indicate additional information in the name of the QuantitativeValue node.
Note 2: You may also link to a QualitativeValue node that provides additional information using valueReference.
Note 3: Note that you can use minValue and maxValue to indicate ranges.
wheelbase Vehicle The distance between the centers of the front and rear wheels.
Typical unit code(s): CMT for centimeters, MTR for meters, INH for inches, FOT for foot/feet
width MediaObject  or
Product  or
VisualArtwork 
The width of the item.
yearlyRevenue BusinessAudience The size of the business in annual revenue.
yearsInOperation BusinessAudience The age of the business.

Acknowledgements

This class is derived from the GoodRelations Vocabulary for E-Commerce, created by Martin Hepp. GoodRelations is a data model for sharing e-commerce data on the Web that can be expressed in a variety of syntaxes, including RDFa and HTML5 Microdata. More information about GoodRelations can be found at http://purl.org/goodrelations/.

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