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dbpedia not very visible, nor fun

From: Danny Ayers <danny.ayers@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2009 04:03:08 +0200
Message-ID: <1f2ed5cd0909141903l7003ce3ai46600a17e8f5bdf7@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-lod@w3.org
It seems I have a Wikipedia page in my name (ok, I only did fact-check
edits, ok!?). So tonight I went looking for the corresponding triples,
looking for my ultimate URI...

Google "dbpedia" => front page, with news

on the list on the left is "Online Access"

what do you get?

The DBpedia data set can be accessed online via a SPARQL query
endpoint and as Linked Data.

1. Querying DBpedia
1.1. Public SPARQL Endpoint
1.2. Public Faceted Web Service Interface
1.3. Example queries displayed with the Berlin SNORQL query explorer
1.4. Examples rendering DBpedia Data with Google Map
1.5. Example displaying DBpedia Data with Exhibit
1.6. Example displaying DBpedia Data with gFacet
2. Linked Data
2.1. Background
2.2. The DBpedia Linked Data Interface
2.3. Sample Resources
2.4. Sample Views of 2 Sample DBpedia Resources
3. Semantic Web Crawling Sitemap

Yeah. Unless you're a triplehead none of these will mean a thing. Even
then it's not obvious.

Could someone please stick something more rewarding near the top! I
don't know, maybe a Google-esque text entry form field for a regex on
the SPARQL. Anything but blurb.

Even being relatively familiar with the tech, I still haven't a clue
how to take my little query (do I have a URI here?) forward.

Presentation please.


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