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GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint
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GRASP 1.1 - Ontologies and Semantic Data in SharePoint

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= Manage ontologies and use semantic data in SharePoint with GRASP = …

= Manage ontologies and use semantic data in SharePoint with GRASP =

GRASP ("Graph for SharePoint") is the SharePoint solution that introduces ontologies and semantic data into SharePoint. Ontologies are uploaded and managed directly in SharePoint. This fosters collaboration among ontologists and ensures preservation and compliance with the ECM-strategy of your company.

= SPARQL queries in SharePoint =

Ontologies are uploaded into an attached triple store (RDF store) directly from within SharePoint. With the standard query language SPARQL you can query them and, thus, retrieve their data. Additionally, any semantic data can be processed in SharePoint that is accessible via a SPARQL endpoint or triple store. SPARQL query results are available in SharePoint web parts and SharePoint lists in order to generate insights that are important for your SharePoint users and workflows.

=Applications with GRASP=

GRASP is optimized for companies that pursue a SharePoint-based strategy and that want to extend this strategy to cover their ontologies or that want to utilize semantic data to improve business processes. Typical industries are: Pharma, Insurance, Manufacturing.

*Central ontology life-cycle management in SharePoint.
*Controlled and standardized user-access, back-up and recovery strategies for ontologies.
*Semantic data from ontologies and SPARQL endpoints become accessible to SharePoint users and workflows (requires Triplestore basic, OpenLink Virtuoso or TopBraid)

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  • 1. PRODUCT PRESENTATIONVERSION1.1 01/2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH Pfinztalstraße 90 76227 Karlsruhe info@diqa-pm.com
  • 2. Your Challenge • Your enterprise ontologies and taxonomies are valuable company assets that require to be managed, stored, preserved and delivered according to your SharePoint strategy. • Your Big Data- and Semantic Web-tools generate insights that are important for your SharePoint users.GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 2
  • 3. Your Solution: GRASP for SharePoint Use GRASP to: • Manage ontologies centrally in SharePoint to foster collaboration and to ensure preservation and compliance with the ECM-strategy of your company. • Give business users access to semantic data by introducing SPARQL-capabilities into SharePoint.GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 3
  • 4. GRASP Feature Presentation 1. Ontology management 2. Query formulation: use SPARQL-queries to process semantic data in Webparts or SharePoint-lists 3. Sample SPARQL-endpoints and ontologies for GRASP 4. Installation and ConfigurationGRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 4
  • 5. Ontology Management • Upload ontologies into the ontology library in the most common syntaxes. • Grant access to ontologies according to your security policies. • Inspect metadata about ontologies that is extracted automatically and stored in SharePoint. • Manage versions of ontologies and create local revisions (GRASP is compatible with common ontology editors, e.g. Protégé or NeOn Toolkit) • Process the semantic data contained in a managed ontology by uploading it into a RDF-store (GRASP is compatible with Triplestore basic, Virtuoso Universal Server, Topbraid live)GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 5
  • 6. http://server/ The default ontology library contains all managed ontologies.GRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query Results in List > Installation GmbHConfiguration GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement and | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 6Tour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 7. http://server/ Metadata from uploaded ontologies is automatically extracted and stored in SharePoint metadata fields.GRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query Results in List > Installation GmbHConfiguration GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement and | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 7Tour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 8. http://server/ Check out ontologies to create new revisions that can be checked in again. Create local revisions with your standard ontology editor.GRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query Results in List > Installation GmbHConfiguration GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement and | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 8Tour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 9. http://server/ Select ontologies to upload them into the attached RDF-store.GRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query Results in List > Installation GmbHConfiguration GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement and | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 9Tour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 10. Query formulation • Formulate queries to extract information that is contained in uploaded ontologies or in the “Web of Data” (GRASP supports the SPARQL 1.1 query language) • GRASP propagates queries to the attached RDF-store or any other external RDF-store that is SPARQL 1.1 compliant. • Information from different RDF-stores can be integrated in a single query to integrate information from heterogeneous sources. • Query results are made available in 1. Web parts or as 2. SharePoint-lists • A SharePoint-based wizard translates SPARQL-queries into external content-types: query results are automatically translated into SharePoint-list.GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 10
  • 11. http://server/ Option 1: Use the SPARQL Webpart to formulate SPARQL-queries for semantic data in: • Uploaded ontologies • SPARQL endpointsGRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 11 GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © Results in List > Installation and ConfigurationTour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 12. http://server/ …query results are displayed in SharePoint articles (example).GRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 12 GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © Results in List > Installation and ConfigurationTour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 13. Option 2: Use the GRASP “query wizard” to specify the address of an W3C-compliant SPARQL 1.1 endpoint and to formulate the SPARQL query.GRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query Results in List > Installation and|Configuration | Slide 13 GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH www.diqa-pm.comTour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 14. Save the generated BDC-model as a local file…GRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query Results in List > Installation and|Configuration | Slide 14 GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH www.diqa-pm.comTour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 15. …import the local file in order to deploy it as a external content type.GRASPGRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query Results in List > Installation and|Configuration | Slide 15 GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation answering > Installation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH www.diqa-pm.com and ConfigurationTour info@diqa-pm.com info@diqa-pm.com
  • 16. Create an external list that will be populated by the external content type.GRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query Results in List > Installation and|Configuration | Slide 16 GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH www.diqa-pm.comTour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 17. The list is automatically populated by the semantic data contained in the SPARQL-endpoint. The list items can be further processed with SharePoint tools.GRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query Results in List > Installation and|Configuration | Slide 17 GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH www.diqa-pm.comTour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 18. Sample ontologies and SPARQL-endpoints Life-sciences • RxNorm • PubMed • BioPortal Commerce • GoodRelations Media • BBC music • Linked MDB General purpose • DBPedia (WikiData) • Freebase • Schema.orgGRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 18
  • 19. Installation and Configuration • Easy installation of the GRASP SharePoint Solution and Feature with the graphical installation tool. • GRASP Service Application integrates seamlessly into SharePoint 2010 service application framework. • GRASP Feature is deployed in the Central Administration and selected Web-Sites. • GRASP Service Application is easily configured in the configuration page.GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 19
  • 20. http://server:38308 Easy configuration of GRASP in the configuration page.GRASPFeature Ontology Management > Query Results in Webpart > Query2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 20 GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © Results in List > Installation and ConfigurationTour info@diqa-pm.com
  • 21. Get Started Now! • Read more about GRASP: http://www.diqa-pm.com/en/GRASP • Product Downloads: http://www.diqa-pm.com/en/Downloads • Contact DIQA: mail: info@diqa-pm.com phone: +49 (0) 721 609 517 25GRASP 1.1 Product Presentation © 2013 DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH | www.diqa-pm.com | Slide 21
  • 22. Product PresentationVisit us on http://www.diqa-pm.com DIQA Projektmanagement GmbH Pfinztalstraße 90 76227 Karlsruhe info@diqa-pm.com

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