Pundit at the Koyre centre in Paris

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Brief introduction of Net7, the Linked (open) Data, semantic web technologies and Pundit, an Open Source semantic annotation tool for the web in Paris the 10th of January at the Centre Alexandre Koyré
Histoire des Sciences et des Techniques.

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Pundit at the Koyre centre in Paris

  1. 1. PUNDIT Paris 10th January 2014 Simone Fonda fonda@netseven.it
  2. 2. 1. THANKS 2. STOP ME 3. AGENDA 4. LET'S GO!
  3. 3. NET7
  4. 4. 2002 Michele - 23 Federico - 27 Riccardo - 28 Roan - 28 Alessio - 29 Simone - 27 Armando - 28 3 computer scientists, 1 historian, 2 physicists, 1 film director
  5. 5. 2014 Michele Gaetano Federico Alessio Francesco Cristina Massimiliano Enrico Ugo Francesca Evelyne Luca Roberto Massimiliano Giovanni Interns, trainees + Giacomo Simone Mario Emilio .... Giulio Romeo Chiara Simone Danilo Francesca Valerio Susanna
  6. 6. Mission Make knowledge more usable and accessible by applying Semantic Web technologies Scientific knowledge Cultural Heritage Business data
  7. 7. Philosophy We use and promote Open Source and Free Software We support Open Access to scientific knowledge and cultural heritage
  8. 8. We work with Italy - Scuola Normale Superiore - University of Pisa - Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna - ILIESI (CNR, Rome) - University of Bologna - University of Bari - University of Roma - University of Padova - Cilea - Tuscany Region - Province of Pisa - Province of Trento - Fondazione Sistema Toscana - Toscana Promozione - Comunità Montana Valle Camonica ! - UNICREDIT Intesa Sanpaolo Spa COOP Italia NTT Data Italia Spa Giunti Editore Dolce e Gabbana Benetton eGovernment Knowledge Management Document Management Cultural Heritage
  9. 9. We work with France - CNRS - Université Paris-Nord 13 ! Israel - National Library - University of Tel Aviv - Al-Aqsa Mosque ! Cyprus - Cyprus Institute ! Ireland - Trinity College Dublin - Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) ! Norway - University of Bergen - WAB - AKSIS ! Denmark - University of Copenhagen ! Belgium - Id Consulting - Scom Sustainable Communication ! Greece - University of Thessaloniki ! ! UK - Oxford Internet Institute - De Montfort University - In2 Ltd. - King’s College London ! Germany - Universität München - Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin eGovernment Knowledge Management Document Management Cultural Heritage
  10. 10. Digital Semantic Corpora for Virtual Research in Philosophy WEBSICOLA Website Conception Language ACTION A32 Open Scholarly Communities on the Web SEMLIB Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries PAST DISCOVERY
  11. 11. HYPERSCHOPENHAUER ORLANDO FURIOSO HYPERNIETZSCHE HYPERJOURNAL PAST ANTON FRANCESCO DONI
  12. 12. ! 12 EU Research Projects from 2006 to 2014 ! RESEN 6 National Research Projects from 2005 to 2014
  13. 13. The European Correspondence to Jacob Burckhardt DM2E Digital Manuscripts to Europeana AGORA Scholarly Open Access Research in European Philosophy LookingAtWords Looking at Words Through Images. Some Case Studies for a Visual History of Italian Literature DiXit Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network GramsciSource An innovative open platform to support the Gramsci studies and scholars RESEN EUROCORR
  14. 14. Products
  15. 15. Digital Libraries
  16. 16. LOD DL VISUALIZATIONS
  17. 17. LINKED OPEN DATA
  18. 18. Digital Humanities Not just preservation
  19. 19. GLOBAL INTERCONNECTED DB MERGE/MIX REUSE Companies Companies Libraries Cultural Heritage Geo-spatial Geo-Spatial services services Scholars
  20. 20. LINKED DATA identify, define concepts knowledge linking typed relations
  21. 21. LINKED DATA unambiguously express knowledge different providers link to = enrich the Web of Data typed+labeled relations
  22. 22. Typed relations among different kind of objects and entities
  23. 23. Define new knowledge
  24. 24. Link to the Web of Data, and access its data
  25. 25. 2007
  26. 26. 2008
  27. 27. 2009
  28. 28. 2010
  29. 29. 2011
  30. 30. SEMANTIC WEB
  31. 31. ONTOLOGIES "a formal specification of a shared conceptualisation" to study entities and their relations
  32. 32. ONTOLOGIES Dublin Core Documents FOAF Persons WordNet Lexical references EDM Cultural Heritage
  33. 33. ONTOLOGIES YOUR OWN?
  34. 34. ONTOLOGIES WAB Wittgenstein OPENPAL Correspondance
  35. 35. April 2013 119 13M 205M 2.5B languages unique things links triples
  36. 36. Ampere + Lod Live
  37. 37. Timelinejs + Bode letters
  38. 38. PUNDIT
  39. 39. ? WHY DO YOU NEED PUNDIT
  40. 40. NEEDS CREATE KNOWLEDGE SHARE REUSE THE LOD ENRICH THE WEB OF DATA CONCEPT TAXONOMIES VISUALIZE
  41. 41. ? WHAT IS PUNDIT
  42. 42. COMPONENTS CLIENT KORBO LOD PROVIDERS ASK FEED ANNOTATION SERVER
  43. 43. COMPONENTS CLIENT KORBO LOD PROVIDERS ASK FEED ANNOTATION SERVER
  44. 44. Play together to create semantic knowledge and enrich the web of data
  45. 45. OPEN SOURCE
  46. 46. Firefox Chrome Safari
  47. 47. Vocabularies and Annotation Server REST API REST API Other LOD sources MURUCA Digital Libraries Including WittgensteinSource.org Use API to build Visualizations and Apps Import vocabularies Store/retrieve RDF annotations “on the fly” Client Get content and metadata Display annotable Pundit content ask.the Developers INPUT Linked Data URLs Feed.the Pundit configuration - Vocabularies - GUI settings - Activate/deactivate modules Link to text / put in context Linked Data Web Automatic entity extraction Create annotations Manage, visualize and discover annotations Scholars
  48. 48. ces Client a ext / ontext Automatic entity extraction Users ask.the Developers Create annotations Manage, visualize and discover annotations Scholars
  49. 49. Vocabularies and Annotation Server Shared language Import vocabularies Store/retrieve RDF annotations “on the fly” Client ontent and metadata splay annotable Pundit content e Link to text / put in context es Data Web Automatic entity extraction Create annotations Remote repository REST API REST API Other LOD sources Use API Visualiz and A ask.the
  50. 50. gital Other LOD sources Linked Open Data nSource.org a URLs Import vocabularies Store/retri RDF annotat “on the fly” Client Get content and metadata Display annotable Pundit content Feed.the nfiguration aries ings /deactivate modules Link to text / put in context Linked Data Web Automatic entity extraction Create annotations
  51. 51. Vocabularies Other LOD sources MURUCA Digital Libraries Including WittgensteinSource.org Get content and metadata Display annotable Pundit content INPUT Linked Data URLs Feed.the Pundit configuration - Vocabularies - GUI settings - Activate/deactivate modules Link to text / put in context Configurations REST API Import voca “on the Automatic entity extract
  52. 52. D sources tadata ble nt k to text / in context Vocabularies and Use API to build Visualizations and Apps Annotation Server REST API REST API Import vocabularies Store/retrieve RDF annotations “on the fly” Client ask.the Developers Reuse Automatic entity extraction Create annotations Manage, visualize and discover annotations
  53. 53. Vocabularies and Annotation Server REST API REST API Other LOD sources MURUCA Digital Libraries Including WittgensteinSource.org Use API to build Visualizations and Apps Import vocabularies Store/retrieve RDF annotations “on the fly” Client Get content and metadata Display annotable Pundit content ask.the Developers INPUT Linked Data URLs Feed.the Pundit configuration - Vocabularies - GUI settings - Activate/deactivate modules Link to text / put in context Linked Data Web Automatic entity extraction Create annotations Manage, visualize and discover annotations Scholars
  54. 54. NAMED CONTENT
  55. 55. Big Image Index C A A B Long Text Text + Image A B B
  56. 56. Index C A B A C B
  57. 57. Index C A B A C B
  58. 58. Index C C A A B B
  59. 59. B C A Index C A B
  60. 60. named contents IT L A stable URIs .... T H C E IC N S IE Index C A B
  61. 61. ? HOW TO PLAY WITH PUNDIT
  62. 62. INSTALL IT IN YOUR DIGITAL LIBRARY
  63. 63. DOWNLOAD THE BOOKMARKLET
  64. 64. EXPLOIT THE SERVER API
  65. 65. WHERE IS PUNDIT GOING ?
  66. 66. EDIT VOCABS ASK ON THE FLY VISUALIZATIONS NEW USER I18N AUDIO ANNOTATIONINTERFACE ANNOTATION TEMPLATES OPENANNOTATION IMAGE ANNOTATION USER INTERFACE COMPLIANCY ASK UI SINGLE SIGN ON SHARE AND COLLABORATE
  67. 67. SEEING IS BELIEVING
  68. 68. http://www.thepund.it/ http://release-bot.thepund.it/build/examples/ authors_index.html Login: OpenID Create an annotation View annotations Comment/tag + Text To Text Extract Entities Image Annotation Predicates (configuration) Triple Composer My Items External sources - LOD + korbo vocabolaries (configuration) Notebooks Break an annotation, fix it Help: intro + contact form + TODOs
  69. 69. http://wittgensteinsource.org/ http://feed.thepund.it/ http://ask.thepund.it/ "Annotate" button + Permalinks feed: 2 sources feed: an image Ask: discover Ask: facets Ask: visualizations
  70. 70. VISUALIZATIONS http://metasound.dibet.univpm.it/edgemaps/maps/ test.html http://metasound.dibet.univpm.it/gramsci/ajax-solrmaster/examples/rdf/ http://metasound.dibet.univpm.it/timelinejs/ examples/bur-bode.html http://wittgensteinsource.org/lodlive/app_en.html? http://www.wittgensteinsource.org/ Ts-310,5%5B3%5Det6%5B1%5D_n
  71. 71. QUESTIONS? pundit@netseven.it www.thepund.it @_thepundit DM2E

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