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Re: Tools to integrate (hundreds) of spreadsheets as RDF

From: Katy Wolstencroft <katherine.wolstencroft@manchester.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 13:40:03 +0100
Message-ID: <50FD3723.7080908@manchester.ac.uk>
To: public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org
Hi Peter,

Our tool, RightField (http://www.rightfield.org.uk), allows you to embed 
ontology term selection into spreadsheets, and to extract these 
selections as RDF. It is designed more for assisting in the data 
collection process (i.e. when users fill in a spreadsheet that has been 
marked-up using RightField, they are automatically collecting 
semantically enriched data).

Our paper from last year's eScience conference describes the RDF 
extraction in more detail:
Wolstencroft, Katherine; Owen, Stuart; Goble, Carole; Nguyen, Quyen; 
Krebs, Olga; Muller, Wolfgang; , "RightField: Semantic enrichment of 
Systems Biology data using spreadsheets," /E-Science (e-Science), 2012 
IEEE 8th International Conference on/ , vol., no., pp.1-8, 8-12 Oct. 2012
doi: 10.1109/eScience.2012.6404412

Best wishes,

Katy


On 21/01/2013 12:51, Oliver Ruebenacker wrote:
>       Hello,
>
> On Sun, Jan 20, 2013 at 7:38 PM, Rafael Richards <rafaelrichards@jhu.edu> wrote:
>> Any other suggestions for any other 'pipeline' tools to keep CSV and RDF in
>> sync which are (1) currently maintained and (2) have sufficient
>> documentation and examples of importing and converting CSV to RDF?
>    If you need to build a pipeline, you probably want to choose a
> general purpose production-quality programming language (e.g. Java,
> Scala) which has a good RDF library (e.g. Sesame, Jena, Banana RDF).
>
>       Take care
>       Oliver
>


-- 
Dr. Katy Wolstencroft
Research Fellow
School of Computer Science
1.17 Kilburn Building
University of Manchester
Manchester
M13 9PL
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