A second form object question is used when Rainbird knows the subject of a relationship but requires the object of a relationship:
In the example above, Rainbird knows the subject as it was provided by the user’s answer to the... (More)
This article explains the three types of Questions that Rainbird can ask to obtain information from users and how you can use each type. It also gives you an example knowledge map so you can explore question type functionality inside the Rainbird Studio.
Rainbird matches facts or infers a solution to generate a result by asking questions to the end-user. The questions Rainbird asks are always about the relationship between two concepts and can either be asked as:
firstFormQuestion (Yes/No answer)
secondFormQuestion (Rainbird is asking for a Subject/Object instance)
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A second form subject question is used when Rainbird knows the object of the relationship but requires the subject:
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Query and Results
When viewing the knowledge map generated by the RBLang below, please run the query on the relationship ‘person choice of travel’ to see different question types in action.