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Publishing "5 star" data: the case for RDF

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In the Open Data world we are encouraged to try to publish our data as “5-star” Linked Data because of the semantic richness and ease of integration that the RDF model offers. For many people and ...

In the Open Data world we are encouraged to try to publish our data as “5-star” Linked Data because of the semantic richness and ease of integration that the RDF model offers. For many people and organisations this is a new world and some learning and experimenting is required in order to gain the necessary skills and experience to fully exploit this way of working with data.  This workshop will re-assert the case for RDF and provide a guided tour of some examples of RDF publication that can act as a guide to those making a first venture into the field.

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