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Data export VS Faceted expressivity

Source: Semantic Web world for you One visiting the Netherlands will inevitably stumble upon some “BakFiets” in the streets. This Dutch speciality that seems to be the result from cross-breeding a pick-up with a bike can be used from many things from getting the kids around to moving a fridge. Now, let’s consider a Dutch […]

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One year of PiLOD project

Source: Semantic Web world for you Yesterday was the closing event of the Pilot Linked Open Data project. A significantly big crowd of politicians, civil servants, hackers, SME owners, open data activists and researchers gathered in the very nice building of the RCE in Amersfoort to hear about what has been done within this one […]

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One year of PiLOD project

Source: Semantic Web world for you Yesterday was the closing event of the Pilot Linked Open Data project. A significantly big crowd of politicians, civil servants, hackers, SME owners, open data activists and researchers gathered in the very nice building of the RCE in Amersfoort to hear about what has been done within this one […]

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Golden Demo Hackathon I

Source: Data2Semantics This june 10 and 11, the Data2Semantics team locked itself in a room in the Amsterdam Public Library to build a first version of the Data2Semantics Golden Demo: a pipeline for publishing enriched data (‘semantics’) directly from Dropbox to Figshare, integrated in the Linkitup webservice. In two days, we built and integrated: A […]

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Trip Report: ESWC 2013

Source: Think Links I think since I’ve moved to Europe I’ve been attending ESWC (Extended/European Semantic Web Conference) and I always get something out of the event. There are plenty of familiar faces but also quite a few new people and it’s a great environment for having chats. In addition, the quality of the content is always […]

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Big Data RDF Store Benchmarking Experiences

Perspectives on the BSBM benchmarking effort. http://lod2.eu/BlogPost/1584-big-data-rdf-store-benchmarking-experiences.html Tags:  BigData benchmarks

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Perspectives on the BSBM benchmarking effort

Read more about Big Data RDF Store Benchmarking Experiences at:http://lod2.eu/BlogPost/1584-big-data-rdf-store-benchmarking-experiences.html

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Trip Report: CHI 2013 & WebSci 2013

Source: Think Links Last week, I attended ACM CHI 2013 and Web Science 2013 in Paris. I had a great time and wanted to give a recap of both conferences, which were collocated. CHI This was my first time at CHI – the main computer-human interaction conference. It’s not my main field of study but I was […]

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BSBM V3.1 Results (April 2013)

Benchmarking can stimulate technological progress. Check the Latest Berlin Benchmark Report for RDF & SPARQL compliant DBMS engines: http://bit.ly/Yf5etP and http://bit.ly/12UsFbu Tags:  RDF SPARQL LinkedData BigData NewSQL NoSQL LOD

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Trip Report: UKSG (or why librarians & publishers should think altmetrics)

Source: Think Links   For the past couple of days (April 8 – 10, 2013), I attended the UKSG conference. UKSG is organization for academic publishers and librarians. The conference itself has over 700 attendees and is focused on these two groups. I hadn’t heard of it until I was invited by Mike Taylor from […]

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