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TabLinker

TabLinker is experimental software for converting manually annotated Microsoft Excel workbooks to the RDF Data Cube vocabulary. It is used in the context of the Data2Semantics project to investigate the use of Linked Data for humanities research (Dutch census dataproduced by DANS). TabLinker was designed for converting Excel or CSV files to RDF (triplification, RDF-izing) that have a complex […]

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Eliminating Friction

Source: Think Links Update: A version of this post appeared in SURF magazine (on the back page) in their trendwatching column Technology at its best lets us do what we want to do without being held back by time consuming or complex processes. We see this in great consumer technology: your phone giving you directions to […]

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Eliminating Friction

Source: Think Links Technology at its best lets us do what we want to do without being held back by time consuming or complex processes. We see this in great consumer technology: your phone giving you directions to the nearest cafe, your calendar reminding you of a friend’s birthday, or a website telling you what […]

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5 Things I learned in Socal in January

Source: Think Links I had a nice opportunity to start out this year with a visit to the Information Sciences Institute (ISI) in Southern California’s beautiful Marina del Rey .  I did my postdoc with Yolanda Gil at ISI and we have continued to have an active collaboration, recently, doing work on using workflows for exposing […]

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5 Things I learned in Socal in January

Source: Think Links I had a nice opportunity to start out this year with a visit to the Information Sciences Institute (ISI) in Southern California’s beautiful Marina del Rey .  I did my postdoc with Yolanda Gil at ISI and we have continued to have an active collaboration, recently, doing work on using workflows for exposing […]

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2011 in review

Source: Semantic Web world for you The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,800 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 47 trips to carry that many […]

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Undergrads + 7 weeks = Semantic Web Mashups

Source: Think Links The VU University Amsterdam computer science department has been a pioneer at putting structured data and Semantic Web into the undergraduate curriculum through our Web-based Knowledge Representation. I’ve had the pleasure of teaching the class for the past 3 years. The class is done in a short block of 8 weeks (7 […]

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Undergrads + 7 weeks = Semantic Web Mashups

Source: Think Links The VU University Amsterdam computer science department has been a pioneer at putting structured data and Semantic Web into the undergraduate curriculum through our Web-based Knowledge Representation. I’ve had the pleasure of teaching the class for the past 3 years. The class is done in a short block of 8 weeks (7 […]

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VU Videos

Source: Think Links It’s nice to see where I work (VU University Amsterdam) putting out some nifty promotional videos on YouTube. Here are two from the Computer Science department and the Network Institute both of which I’m happy to be part of.     Filed under: academia Tagged: computer science, network institute, vu university amsterdam

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VU Videos

Source: Think Links It’s nice to see where I work (VU University Amsterdam) putting out some nifty promotional videos on YouTube. Here are two from the Computer Science department and the Network Institute both of which I’m happy to be part of.     Filed under: academia Tagged: computer science, network institute, vu university amsterdam

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