Re: COVID19 Cross-Domain Linked Dataset

On 3/29/20 1:04 PM, Sebastien Ferre wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> if you want to explore and query the UCSD dataset without the
> burden of writing SPARQL queries and with full freedom,
> here is a Sparklis view over it.
>

UCSB ;-). UCSD, btw, also works on a graph and we are about to integrate 
both.


> https://rebrand.ly/kw5ejwq

Thanks!
>
> Here is an example query ranking locations by decreasing
> maximal number of confirmed cases, along with maximal
> number of deaths, and a computation of the corresponding
> death rate.
>
> https://rebrand.ly/anph5ef
>
> The data looks a bit outdated as France, for instance, has passed
> 40,000 confirmed cases, rather than 14,000.
>

Thanks. We have written the scripts to pull the data daily, but we do 
not run them as often as parts of the infrastructure we envision on our 
side are not yet in place.

Best,

Krzysztof


> Take care, and stay home if you can!
>
> S├ębastien
>
>
> On 03/27/2020 06:19 PM, Krzysztof Janowicz wrote:
>> Dear all,
>>
>> This is an update on our open knowledge graph about COVID-19.
>>
>> In our knowledge graph, we have:
>>    (1). COVID19 cases for countries and regions (data from Johns 
>> Hopkins University)
>>    (2). Airlines that are suspended due to COVID19 (data are 
>> partially donated from Aviation Edge and partially from manual 
>> collection)
>>    (3). Quarantine policies across the world (manually collected)
>>    (4). Relief aids from NGO (manually collected)
>>    (5). Regions on multiple levels
>>    (6). Local event data such as cancellations (so far by example only)
>>    (7). Supply chain disruptions (so far by example only)
>>
>> We are  updating our KG by adding more resources. Examples include:
>>   (1). Supply chains from wikidata
>>   (2). Virus strain data (we are collaborating with UCSD on this part 
>> right now)
>>   (3). Research articles from Kaggle (Thanks to Pieter, we will 
>> integrate your KG to ours)
>>
>> This KG can be visualized at:
>> http://covid.geog.ucsb.edu:7200/graphs-visualizations?config=48691118befc47e4a6a6aabde78cd73d 
>>
>>
>> Example query: 
>> http://covid.geog.ucsb.edu:7200/sparql?savedQueryName=Max%20Confirmed%20Cases&owner=admin&execute 
>>
>>
>> Query endpoint: http://covid.geog.ucsb.edu:7200/sparql and 
>> http://covid.geog.ucsb.edu:7200/repositories/COVID-19
>>
>> Raw RDF: use the export at http://covid.geog.ucsb.edu:7200/graphs
>>
>> Please keep in mind that we are constantly changing the data and even 
>> the underlying ontology; things will break at times.
>>
>> We hope this can be another initiative for our community to 
>> contribute to such a global challenge. Any suggestions and/or 
>> interests of collaborations are *most* welcome.
>>
>> Krzysztof
>>
>

-- 
Krzysztof Janowicz

Geography Department, University of California, Santa Barbara
4830 Ellison Hall, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-4060

Email: jano@geog.ucsb.edu
Webpage: http://geog.ucsb.edu/~jano/
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Received on Sunday, 29 March 2020 20:18:06 UTC