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Converting Relational Data Into RDF Format

This tutorial shows two different methods of converting or materializing relational data into RDF graph data format: the D2RQ based method and the SQL based [...]

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SPARQL Package for R: Movie Star Graph Visualization Tutorial

The SPARQL Package allows you to directly import results of SPARQL SELECT queries into the statistical environment of R as a data frame, allowing one [...]

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Using the SPARQL Package in R to Handle Spatial Linked Data: Part II

Continuing where Part I left off, this tutorial shows how to access Spatial and Temporal Data about the complex environmental system of the Brazilian Amazon [...]

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Using the SPARQL Package in R to Handle Spatial Linked Data: Part I

As a solution to bridge two communities, those of statistical computing and the Semantic Web, there is now the SPARQL Package for R, which enables [...]

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SPARQL Package for R: Linked Open Piracy Tutorial

This tutorial shows how to do a visual analysis and basic statistical analysis of the data in the Linked Open Piracy data set. It makes [...]

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Maximising (Re)Usability of Library Metadata Using Linked Data

In this video, the speaker explores challenges related to the re-usability of library linked metadata in the field of cultural heritage- and for other purposes. [...]

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SKOS and Linked Data

This slideshare presentation introduces SKOS and explains how it can be used to represent RDF in a simple way. It explains how SKOS differs from [...]

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OntoCheck: Verifying Ontology Naming Conventions and Metadata Completeness in Protégé 4

This article describes OntoCheck, a plugin available for the Protégé Ontology editor. OntoCheck, allows for ontology tests to be carried out on OWL ontologies, aiding [...]

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Linked Open Vocabularies (LOV): A Gateway to Reusable Semantic Vocabularies on the Web

One of the major barriers to the deployment of Linked Data is the difficulty that data publishers have in determining which vocabularies to use to [...]

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Semantic Web Misconceptions

The Semantic Web has been talked about for more than a decade. Over those years, several mistaken or misleading ideas about the Semantic Web have [...]

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