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Kick-off meeting in Madrid, on December 2013.

Kick-off meeting in Madrid, on December 2013.
Our pilot is related to water monitoring: for reference http://www.smartopendata.eu/pilots/italian-pilot

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    Smart Open Data Kickoff - Madrid - Linked Smart Open Data Kickoff - Madrid - Linked Presentation Transcript

    • http://spaziodati.eu/ martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • Founded in 2012 martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • Mission Make open and private data easy to (re)use for SMEs, developers, consultants, professionals martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • -We aggregate data from several sources (open and private) -We clean, harmonize, enrich and link it -We make it available to developers via easy to use REST APIs martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • solution open data private data user generated data http://dandelion.eu/ martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • solution Dandelion’s knowledge graph SQL-like REST API (hides the graph) Semantic Text Analysis APIs USERS (developers) martedì 7 gennaio 14
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    • simple? martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • (not so) easy to use ! + - I work on Semantic Web since 2003 I’m certainly not that smart I transformed, modelled, published hundreds of datasets in many domains It’s late night I wrote some SW tools myself We maintain the Italian DBpedia still... martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • It took me half an hour to write a query on DBpedia!!! PREFIX dbo: <http://dbpedia.org/ontology/> select distinct ?person, ?name, ?birth, ?att, ?place where { ?person dbo:birthPlace ?place. ?person <http://dbpedia.org/ontology/birthYear> ?birth . ?person foaf:name ?name . ?person <http://it.dbpedia.org/property/attività> "architetto"@it . ?person <http://it.dbpedia.org/property/attività> ?att . ?place ?population ?pop. ?place dbo:elevation ?ele. FILTER (?birth < "1900-01-01"^^xsd:date) . Filter (?population in (<http://it.dbpedia.org/property/abitanti>, <http://dbpedia.org/ontology/populationTotal> )) . Filter (xsd:int(?ele) >600 ) . FILTER (?birth > "1400-01-01"^^xsd:date) . FILTER (?birth < "1500-01-01"^^xsd:date) . } Italian architects born in village on the mountains (>600 ) between 1400 and 1500 http://it.dbpedia.org/sparql?default-graph-uri=&query=PREFIX%20dbo%3A%20%3Chttp%3A%2F%2Fdbpedia.org%2Fontology%2F%3E%0Aselect%20distinct%20%3Fperson%2C%20%3Fname%2C%20%3Fbirth%2C%20%3Fatt%2C %20%3Fplace%20where%20%7B%0A%3Fperson%20dbo%3AbirthPlace%20%3Fplace.%0A%3Fperson%20%3Chttp%3A%2F%2Fdbpedia.org%2Fontology%2FbirthYear%3E%20%3Fbirth%20.%0A%3Fperson%20foaf%3Aname %20%3Fname%20.%0A%3Fperson%20%3Chttp%3A%2F%2Fit.dbpedia.org%2Fproperty%2Fattivit%C3%A0%3E%20%22architetto%22%40it%20.%0A%3Fperson%20%3Chttp%3A%2F%2Fit.dbpedia.org%2Fproperty%2Fattivit %C3%A0%3E%20%3Fatt%20.%0A%3Fplace%20%3Fpopulation%20%3Fpop.%0A%3Fplace%20dbo%3Aelevation%20%3Fele.%0A%0AFILTER%20(%3Fbirth%20%3C%20%221900-01-01%22%5E%5Exsd%3Adate)%20.%0AFilter %20(%3Fpopulation%20in%20(%3Chttp%3A%2F%2Fit.dbpedia.org%2Fproperty%2Fabitanti%3E%2C%0A%3Chttp%3A%2F%2Fdbpedia.org%2Fontology%2FpopulationTotal%3E%20))%20.%0AFilter%20(xsd%3Aint(%3Fpop) %20%3E2000%20)%20.%0AFilter%20(xsd%3Aint(%3Fpop)%20%3C5000%20)%20.%0AFilter%20(xsd%3Aint(%3Fele)%20%3E600%20)%20.%0AFILTER%20(%3Fbirth%20%3E%20%221400-01-01%22%5E%5Exsd%3Adate)%20.%0AFILTER %20(%3Fbirth%20%3C%20%221500-01-01%22%5E%5Exsd%3Adate)%20.%0A%7D&format=text%2Fhtml&debug=on martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • not so simple... martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • martedì 7 gennaio 14 Leonardo Da Vinci “ “ Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication
    • WP3 Data harmonization WP5 Italian Pilot with ARPA Sicilia Support to WP2 (arch.), 6 (eval.), 7 (exp.) martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • WP3 T3.2 Data harmonization, initial iteration (M9) - Input from T3.2 (W3C): SmartOpenData schema - Data samples & schemas from pilots - Mapping based on OpenRefine T3.5 Data harmonization, final iteration (M18? M9!) - Input from T3.4 (W3C): SmartOpenData schema v2 - Feedback from pilots - Focus on scaling OpenRefine mappings Main risks: essential input activities running in parallel; not getting data samples & schemas in time martedì 7 gennaio 14
    • WP5 Italian Pilot - Deploy white-label data market - ETL processes - User engagement & hackaton martedì 7 gennaio 14
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