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Re: Visualizing Linked Data - did we miss anything?

From: Barry Norton <barry.norton@ontotext.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2013 15:45:11 +0000
Message-ID: <5155B707.2080707@ontotext.com>
To: public-lod@w3.org

We are aware the project needs to catch up having produced only 150M 
downloadable triples, with a public SPARQL endpoint, so far...

Barry



On 29/03/13 15:01, Kingsley Idehen wrote:
> On 3/29/13 10:53 AM, Barry Norton wrote:
>>
>> You're welcome to read the public project description, in which 
>> there's plenty of provision for dog food.
>>
>> I ask because it seemed like you might have some specific idea on 
>> encoding - we wouldn't set out to teach anything if we were so green 
>> as to need the 'just a Turtle file is enough' pep talk.
>
> It isn't a pep talk.
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> Just produce a Turtle document, and then revisit my claim :-)
>
> Kingsley
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>> Barry
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>> On 29/03/13 14:12, Kingsley Idehen wrote:
>>> On 3/29/13 9:59 AM, Barry Norton wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Kingsley, do you have a particular form in mind?
>>>
>>> You mean an ontology for product descriptions for the Turtle doc? If 
>>> that's the question, then not specifically, because I am actually 
>>> trying (once again) to get this community to use this as a dog-food 
>>> exercise.
>>>>
>>>> I've suggested to Maria a simple SKOS taxonomy reflecting the 
>>>> organisation of tools in the curriculum, tagging DoaP descriptions 
>>>> (retrieved or reconstructed).
>>>
>>> That's a good start. The key is that the Turtle doc gets published, 
>>> then my hope is that the community evolves it across the TBox, RBox, 
>>> and ABox dimensions. In the process, we also setup context for some 
>>> RWW Linked Data and the utility of WebID based ACLs etc..
>>>
>>>>
>>>> I'm particularly interested in EUCLID as we're committed to 
>>>> monitoring the discussion on fora such as this, and this would be a 
>>>> great source of both labels and aggregation (there are some tools 
>>>> whose mention is rather seldom - certainly a few have come up that 
>>>> I hadn't heard of).
>>>>
>>>> Rather than fixed Turtle I'd provide an endpoint at the project 
>>>> server, together with the monitoring results.
>>>
>>> I there's a SPARQL endpoint that can emit Turtle via SPARQL Protocol 
>>> URLs that's fine too since those interested than then fork, tweak, 
>>> and make pull requests etc..
>>>
>>> If this goes to Github, then that's fine too, making Linked Data 
>>> from Github data is already delivered by URIBurner etc.
>>>
>>> Examples W3C Groups:
>>>
>>> JSON-LD (Github):
>>>
>>> [1] http://bit.ly/Zrv1bX -- Overview by Issue Creators (idehen.net 
>>> data space) using Faceted Browsing Interface
>>> [2] http://bit.ly/10hpLZJ -- Basic Linked Data Description (see page 
>>> footer for alternative description graph representation formats).
>>>
>>> Linked Data Platform Group (W3C Tracker):
>>>
>>> [1] http://bit.ly/Yiun47 -- Overview by Issue Creators (idehen.net 
>>> data space) .
>>> [2] http://bit.ly/YrAz5L -- Overview by Issue Creators (URIBurner 
>>> data space by changing _hostname_ [_authority_] part of URI to 
>>> "linkeddata.uriburner.com")
>>>
>>> WebID Community Group (W3C Tracker):
>>>
>>> [1] http://bit.ly/YiyHAq -- Overview by Issue Creator (idehen.net 
>>> data space) .
>>> [2] http://bit.ly/WfwsKB -- Overview by Issue Creator (URIBurner 
>>> data space by changing _hostname_ [_authority_] part of URI to 
>>> "linkeddata.uriburner.com").
>>>
>>>
>>> Kingsley
>>>>
>>>> Barry
>>>>
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>>>> On 29/03/13 13:50, Kingsley Idehen wrote:
>>>>> On 3/29/13 9:41 AM, Maria Maleshkova wrote:
>>>>>> Thank you for the feedback!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I am currently collecting as many visualisation-tools and have to 
>>>>>> started to classify them a bit,  to list the type of 
>>>>>> functionalities that they support and the level of maturity of 
>>>>>> the implementation (prototype vs. product)
>>>>>> This is why the list in the outline was a bit incomplete.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Naturally, I will post the results here, hoping to get them ready 
>>>>>> quire soon.
>>>>>
>>>>> What about publishing a Turtle doc?
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