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Publishing RDF vocabularies

Making Ontology Documentation with LODE

This paper provides a brief overview of the main features of LODE, the Live OWL Documentation Environment. LODE is an online service that generates a [...]

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thing-described-by.org

Thing-described-by.org is a 303-redirect service. It provides a convenient mechanism for minting dereferenceable http URIs for things that are not necessarily web resources, such as [...]

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Designing URI Sets for the UK Public Sector

This document defines the design considerations and guidance by which UK public sector Universal Resource Identifier (URI) sets should be developed and maintained. They are [...]

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Simple Protege Tutorial: Publishing the Ontology

In this video, the ontology file created using the Protege tool is published online. The presenter uses FileZilla to upload the file, but any other [...]

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The AMOR Manifesto: Blueprint for an Ontology Ecosystem

The goal for the AMOR Manifesto is to articulate the vision of an ecosystem of Accessible, Machine-readable, Open, and Reusable ontologies that facilitates the reuse [...]

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By |December 21st, 2016|Comments Off on The AMOR Manifesto: Blueprint for an Ontology Ecosystem

Is Your Linked Data Vocabulary 5-Star?

This blog post argues that is is not enough just to publish one's Linked Data datasets according to a set of best practices, it is [...]

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Permanent Identifiers and Vocabulary Publication: purl.org and w3id

This blog post addresses concerns with the stability of purl for hosting permanent URIs. As a possible alternative, the author presents w3id.org, an effort launched [...]

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How to (Properly) Publish a Vocabulary or Ontology On the Web, Part 4

This resource explains why one should dereference a vocabulary when publishing it on the Web, and how to do so.URL: https://linkingresearch.wordpress.com/2013/10/07/how-to-properly-publish-a-vocabulary-or-ontology-in-the-web-part-4-of-6/Keywords: Dereferencibility, HTTP URIs, Persistent [...]

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By |December 20th, 2016|Comments Off on How to (Properly) Publish a Vocabulary or Ontology On the Web, Part 4

Tutorial on Metadata Provenance

This two-part slide presentation was used at the Semantic Web in Libraries (SWIB) Conference. "Part 1: Linked Data Provenance" answers the questions, "How can we [...]

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A Complete Example of How to Link Data, Part 3

This video picks up where the previous two left off, covering the steps of setting up a Fuseki server to store data, interlinking that data [...]

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By |November 15th, 2016|Comments Off on A Complete Example of How to Link Data, Part 3