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Re: LOD in the webpage

From: Hugh Glaser <hg@ecs.soton.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 6 May 2009 09:57:28 +0100
To: Terry Brooks <tabrooks@u.washington.edu>, "public-lod@w3.org" <public-lod@w3.org>
Message-ID: <EMEW3|1018fbc4fd68b8ebcc9c1a2d89250fccl459vi02hg|ecs.soton.ac.uk|AE96%hg@ecs.soton.ac.uk>
You might want to look at our
for such services.
It is our internal page, but you should be able to work out what to do.
The Network and Detail services might interest you:
(tsv means it is tab-separated records, so should be easy to process.)
(We don't have a lot about you.)
provides a simple HTML fragment.

LOD/Web 3.0 meets Web 2.0 - oh yes!

If you do make use of these it would be good to know.

Of course, these services consult LOD repositories widely (note the dbpedia
info in the details) and the RKBexplorer itself uses the service data,
although it doesn't use AJAX.
But our capture pages use AJAX, such as the ones off
that allow users to enter metadata, since they populate the forms by doing
calls to the KBs by querying.
We probably have some others.


On 05/05/2009 20:57, "Terry Brooks" <tabrooks@u.washington.edu> wrote:

> Are there examples available of making AJAX calls to a LOD repository such as
> DBpedia and then displaying the results on a webpage?  Similarly, are there
> LOD web services that accept a request with one or more parameters and then
> return a payload that can be unpacked for a webpage?
> Terrence Brooks
> Information School
> University of Washington
> Voice: 206 543-2646
> Fax: 206 616-3152
> E-mail: tabrooks@u.washington.edu
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