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[ANN] LinkedDataHub 2.0: The New Knowledge Graph Experience

From: Martynas Jusevičius <martynas@atomgraph.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2021 13:43:36 +0200
Message-ID: <CAE35Vmxm_NKsUTONEu5WkzNYN2PhBsuXMnHob7PM5Y62WH-EoQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: HCLS <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>

we want to present LinkedDataHub 2.x -- a new release of our
open-source RDF Knowledge Graph management system.

This release of LinkedDataHub provides multiple layout modes
(including editing and force-directed graph), faceted search, parallax
(set-based) navigation, charts, Linked Data browser and much more.

What differentiates LinkedDataHub from other KG platforms is its UX,
data-driven architecture and low-code application development.
Our focus is on end-user UX and accessibility; we have tried to hide
the technical details of RDF while providing features enabled by RDF.
LinkedDataHub can use any SPARQL-compliant triplestore as the backend;
the deployment is Docker-based.

Conceptually we hope LDH will be as easy to use as WordPress and as
extensive and ubiquitous as Node.js, but naturally on a whole new
semantic level.
We think that LinkedDataHub can be useful for domain experts working
with RDF, developers looking for a declarative full-stack framework,
or data engineers who need an RDF platform.

Custom applications can be built on LDH using the provided read-write
Linked Data API and UI templates and only customizing the necessary
bits. The generic architecture makes sure the apps will be
interoperable. The systems that can be built on LDH include Knowledge
Graph browsers, semantic CMSs,  metadata repositories, data catalogs,
decentralized RDF applications etc.

We invite you to try LinkedDataHub for your use cases. Cases in
publishing, cultural heritage and life sciences are especially

You can also check out LinkedDataHub's GitHub page:
We are around for any feedback or questions.

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