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Bart Hanssens Oct 23
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Marieke van Erp @NexusLinguarum (from home) 2h
It's a shame we can't all be together in Lisbon right now, but the finds a way!!
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Phil Archer Oct 23
Can you hear me jumping for joy? from the European Commission telling forum that data needs to be accessed where it is, not aggregated. Something some of us have said once or twice in the past...
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Oleg Lavrovsky Oct 23
Looking forward to speaking with the community in 10 minutes about the opportunities and challenges of Open
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Data Language Oct 23
Our new product, Data Graphs provides effortless structured data management. Set up, connect and manage your business-critical information in one easy-to-use product. Find out more here:
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Olivier Wulveryck Oct 22
Hello twitter. I just discovered JSON-ld (). Sounds cool to express linked data but I wonder if it is widely used nowadays. If not, what are the alternatives?
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Kirk Borne Oct 22
The Practitioner's Guide to Graph Data — Applying Graph Thinking and Graph Technologies to Solve Complex Problems: ————
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Michel Franck Oct 21
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Ruben Verborgh Oct 19
If we want to see engaging apps for end users, we need to support front-end developers with adequate abstractions. Realizing this is a research challenge—not solely an engineering matter. Watch my talk to learn why:
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Synaptica LLC Oct 23
Graphite is our powerful tool that simplifies the creation, management of enterprise Linked Data, ontology and taxonomies.
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Centre for Population Health Oct 22
Centre launches survey for young people as part of UK wide research to understand the challenges of the pandemic -
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Kirk Borne Oct 24
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Kirk Borne 13h
Watch ON-DEMAND the Webinar with me and — Understanding the Spread of with Data Analytics, , and : —————
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Steve Baskauf Oct 19
Audubon Core has 3 new controlled vocabularies! Along with 3 others in Darwin Core, these are the first developed by . These SKOS-based vocabularies are ready!
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DICE Research Group Oct 21
BLOG POST! LIGER is the 1st partial-recall link discovery approach. Read our blog for more information and link to the paper
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Sonja Heward-mills Oct 21
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3/5 3. Intelligent & created by manifest as a secure of where Attribute-based Access Control () provides the basis for intelligent Policies that scale enterprise & hybrid clouds.
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Kingsley Uyi Idehen Oct 23
Our is live on the platform. A pre-configured instance of a high-performance, scalable, and secure multi-model (Tables & Graphs) available on a FREE 30 Day Evaluation basis.
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Sonja Heward-mills Oct 20
You can instantiate in the cloud using one of the following offerings: -- New PAGO Offering -- New BYOL Offering No need to be a programmer to harness the power a of !
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Kirk Borne Oct 18
Contact Tracing — how Public Health Data Management, Advanced Analytics, & Link Analysis help uncover hidden patterns in spread: by
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Data Language Oct 19
We have something new to show you! Data Graphs - create, manage, and organise your structured data with an intuitive user experience. Manage , , , and Currently in Beta, come and check it out
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