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Linked Data and Services

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Presentation of Linked Open Services and Linked Data Services at the PlanetData kick-off

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  • The upper right is standard application of Linked Data principles – if you request (state, in the request header, that you accept) HTML, you are redirected to a ‚page‘ URI; if you request RDF, you are redirected to a ‚data‘ URI (i.e. page/data is, in our implementation, appended to the end of the resource‘s URI). This is because the original URI actually identifies the airport but, since the airport is a real thing, not an information resource, you can‘t actually retrieve it in itself, only a related information resource.The bottom right is how we extend in LOS – under the same URI scheme you can ask for a computation relative to the resource by POSTing to a URI representing the weather under it (the airport).