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The Nuts and Bolts of Thesaurus Development and Maintenance

In this video, the narrator explains how to develop a taxonomy from scratch and how to modify an existing vocabulary. He demonstrates how to structure [...]

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By |December 20th, 2016|Comments Off on The Nuts and Bolts of Thesaurus Development and Maintenance

How to (Properly) Publish a Vocabulary or Ontology On the Web, Part 2

This resource explains how to publish a Linked Data vocabulary at a stable URI using RDFS/OWL. The author illustrates each step of this part of [...]

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How to (Properly) Publish a Vocabulary or Ontology On the Web, Part 1

This resource is the first in a series of six and serves as an overview. It explains the author's intentions to create a blog-based tutorial [...]

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How to (Properly) Publish a Vocabulary or Ontology On the Web, Part 6

This resource contains a set of guidelines on how to reuse other vocabularies (i.e., how one's vocabulary should link to other vocabularies). Reuse is not [...]

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How to (Properly) Publish a Vocabulary or Ontology On the Web, Part 5

This resource explains why one should include a license with a published vocabulary and its documentation. The author feels that others have dealt with this [...]

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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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How to (Properly) Publish a Vocabulary or Ontology On the Web, Part 3.5

This resource expands on the previous section of the tutorial (how to create a human-readable documentation for a vocabulary or ontology). The author describes a [...]

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How to (Properly) Publish a Vocabulary or Ontology On the Web, Part 3

This resource explains how to design a human-readable documentation. The author asserts that it is very important to provide accurate definitions and examples of how [...]

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Macintosh

Apple computer, Imac all in one desktopURL: http://www.macofalltrades.com/Default.aspKeywords: Type of computerLanguage: http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/iso639-2/eng

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By |November 28th, 2016|Comments Off on Macintosh

DBPedia SPARQL Endpoint Exercises

This slide tutorial teaches the user how to form SPARQL queries to answer various questions of interest and retrieve results from DBpedia's SPARQL endpoint. In [...]

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By |November 23rd, 2016|Comments Off on DBPedia SPARQL Endpoint Exercises