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Martin R. KalfatovicA random series of      Smithsonian Libraries ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a         ALA Annual 2...
WWW circa 1991                 W
Tim Berners-Lee (1991) “Put stuff on the web”                          W
WTim Berners-Lee (2008)  “Put stuff on the web     as RAW DATA     so that it can be  linked to other data”
Berners-Lee Schematic
http://vimeo.com/36752317
Why Linked Open Data? •     It’s cool •     “Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge” •     Share, contribute to a global data...
So Just what is Linked Data•    Publishing structured data on the web•    RDF (Resource Description Framework)•    Enables...
Linked Data Design Issues“The Semantic Web isn’t just about putting data on the web. It isabout making links, so that a pe...
*   On the web, open   **   Machine-readable data  ***   Non-Propriety format ****   RDF Standards        Linked RDF*****
DBpedia is a community effort to extract structuredinformation from Wikipedia and to make this informationavailable on the...
The three sides of the tri-color cube in these logos evokethe triplet of the RDF model. The peeled back lid invitesyou to ...
Linked Data ...Tools             Rules                          Gurus                           Jon Voss                  ...
Two Linked Data Projects
BHL and Open Data
BHL and Linked Data
D P+     L A    Towards a Digital Public Library    of America
D P+Expand from current recordsample set to describe all ofrecords with a common set ofterms                              ...
Thanks!                          To:              Keri Thompson                 Joel Richard               Suzanne Pilsk  ...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Lin...
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Thinking of Linking: A random series of ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a yeoman's miscellany, and nonesuch guide to Linked Data, especially as it relates to libraries, archives, and museums. Martin R. Kalfatovic. American Library Association Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA. 23 June 2012.

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  • Ferrante Imperato Dell'historia naturale . . . , 1599
  • Added in 2009 I'm in the camp that says RDF data model can have many expressions e.g. Atom+GRDDL ... and that rdf/xml isn't a per-requisite...but that is probably a  minority opinion.
  • BHL is a consortium of 14 US/UK partner libraries that have aggregated over 105,000 volumes and 40 million pages of taxonomic literature. Most content is fully open access, but a small portion is NC due to permissions from rights holders. In the past four years, the BHL concept has spread to 6 other regional or national nodes (BHL Africa just formed last week in Cape Town so doesn't have a logo yet!)
  • Ferrante Imperato Dell'historia naturale . . . , 1599
  • Ferrante Imperato Dell'historia naturale . . . , 1599
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    1. 1. Martin R. KalfatovicA random series of Smithsonian Libraries ideas, concepts, Platonic ideals, a ALA Annual 2012 Anaheim, CA yeomans 23 June 2012 miscellany, andnonesuch guide to Linked Data, especially as itrelates to libraries, archives, and museums
    2. 2. WWW circa 1991 W
    3. 3. Tim Berners-Lee (1991) “Put stuff on the web” W
    4. 4. WTim Berners-Lee (2008) “Put stuff on the web as RAW DATA so that it can be linked to other data”
    5. 5. Berners-Lee Schematic
    6. 6. http://vimeo.com/36752317
    7. 7. Why Linked Open Data? • It’s cool • “Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge” • Share, contribute to a global database • Create context around data • Allow data to be reused/repurposed by creators and a worldwide community • Improve discoverability of content
    8. 8. So Just what is Linked Data• Publishing structured data on the web• RDF (Resource Description Framework)• Enables queries computer 2 computer• uses standard ontologies (vocabularies)• data in “triples” (“triplestore”)
    9. 9. Linked Data Design Issues“The Semantic Web isn’t just about putting data on the web. It isabout making links, so that a person or machine can explore theweb of data. With linked data, when you have some of it, you canfind other, related, data.” Tim Berners-Lee, Linked Data – Design Issues1. Use URIs as names for things.2. Use HTTP URIs so people can look up those things.3. When someone looks up a URI, provide useful information, using the standards (RDF, SPARQL).4. Include links to other URIs, so they can discover more things. http://www.w3.org/DesignIssues/LinkedData.html
    10. 10. * On the web, open ** Machine-readable data *** Non-Propriety format **** RDF Standards Linked RDF*****
    11. 11. DBpedia is a community effort to extract structuredinformation from Wikipedia and to make this informationavailable on the Web. DBpedia allows you to asksophisticated queries against Wikipedia, and to link otherdata sets on the Web to Wikipedia data.
    12. 12. The three sides of the tri-color cube in these logos evokethe triplet of the RDF model. The peeled back lid invitesyou to Open Your Data to the Semantic Web!
    13. 13. Linked Data ...Tools Rules Gurus Jon Voss History Pin
    14. 14. Two Linked Data Projects
    15. 15. BHL and Open Data
    16. 16. BHL and Linked Data
    17. 17. D P+ L A Towards a Digital Public Library of America
    18. 18. D P+Expand from current recordsample set to describe all ofrecords with a common set ofterms L ARoll this full-size triplestore outto a publicly accessible beta.Begin to link out to other things,e.g. VIAF Towards a Digital Public Library of America
    19. 19. Thanks! To: Keri Thompson Joel Richard Suzanne Pilsk Ed Summers Trish Rose-Sandler Matt Phillips@UDCMRK
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