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Chema 15h
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Duane Degler 13h
Yes, this. Same process other markup adoption has gone through, but it continues to take a lot longer and is a lot harder with - relationships, dependencies, and conceptualizing the resulting data space is vital. Not just “no systems” - few useful UIs.
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Connected Data LDN May 21
Are you going to day in Leipzig this Thursday? We are! DBpedia is: 1. awesome 2. key hub for 3. our partners. Plus, why miss a day with a great community coming together and interesting presentations? See you Thursday!
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Solid on SAFE 16h
There are many problems which will solve, and scaling while decentralising is one of the least talked about. It is why, as a massive fan of and , I focus my effort helping to put Solid on SAFE. A short post about why:
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Kingsley Uyi Idehen May 20
Replying to @MSEdgeDev @datasniff
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Margaret Warren May 24
is great for people wanting to get a more practical understanding of . The system has plenty of guidance with help files. You describe images (and some other resources as well), with terms from major datasets (or even build your own datasets).
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Sina Ahm May 23
is presenting his interesting work on generating natural language from RDF data at the 13th DBpedia community meeting in Leipzig.
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SEMANTiCS Conference May 14
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Kingsley Uyi Idehen May 24
Replying to @sfkeller
I disagree. You can't combine data across disparate systems (intelligently) without standards for . N-Tuple Relations (Tables) using Primary and Foreign Keys aren't granular enough. Any demonstrable alternatives to based that we can look at?
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Margaret Warren May 24
- this story happened recently with someone using a combination of Imagesnippets plus a browser extension by using both to experiment more with . wrote a wonderful blog post.
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Population Health Research Network May 22
Linked Data in Action - celebrating 10 years of data linkage in Victoria. Together with the Centre for Victorian Data Linkage and
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Ruben Verborgh Jan 24
As a researcher, I'm driven by curiosity. Here are some pressing questions I have as of 2019: Want to work on these? Do you have answers, or even more questions? Contact me!
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Karina Wratschko Jan 18
Taxonomist Position – is embarking on a grant-funded initiative called the Art Information Commons. The Taxonomist will help w/ harmonizing art-related metadata practices across the organization toward linked data
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Project HOBBIT May 21
Find out how to deploy the HOBBIT benchmarking platform locally !
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Albert Meroño May 16
More music and at with and the LED project - 10K user listening experiences
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Kirk Borne 10h
Social Network Analysis with — Centrality, PageRank/HITS, Network generation models, Link Prediction: ——
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Dr Victoria Leonard May 17
Replying to @tigerlilyrocks
Leif Isaksen and Pelagios freely available platform, 3700 people registered as users. Each user has their own workspace with 200mb, upload documents, text, images, data tables in CSV format
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Dr Victoria Leonard May 17
Replying to @tigerlilyrocks
Leif Isaksen, Pelagios: Identify and make named entities; use your data in other tools or connect to other data on the web, without needing to learn code
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Nicola Carboni Jan 9
Just published on Github a flavoured list of specifications and tools. You can give it a look/add more things here
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Andrea Volpini 4h
I remember of speaking about this with a few years back. Such a great news for the ecosystem 🖖
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