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Demo: Profiling & Exploration of Linked Open Data
Demo: Profiling & Exploration of Linked Open Data
Demo: Profiling & Exploration of Linked Open Data
Demo: Profiling & Exploration of Linked Open Data
Demo: Profiling & Exploration of Linked Open Data
Demo: Profiling & Exploration of Linked Open Data
Demo: Profiling & Exploration of Linked Open Data
Demo: Profiling & Exploration of Linked Open Data
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Demo: Profiling & Exploration of Linked Open Data

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Talk at Open Data Seminar in St Petersburg, March 2014

Talk at Open Data Seminar in St Petersburg, March 2014

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  • 1. Motivation Data on the Web Some eyecatching opener illustrating growth and or diversity of web data Profiling & Exploration of Linked Datasets Stefan Dietze, Besnik Fetahu, Davide Taibi L3S Research Center, DE, @stefandietze, http://purl.org/dietze Stefan Dietze 12/03/14
  • 2. Data curation and dataset profiling LinkedUp Dataset Catalog Stefan Dietze 12/03/14  Catalog of data (LinkedUp Catalog): classification of datasets according to resource types, disciplines/topics, data quality, accessability, etc  Infrastructure for distributed/federated querying describes  Which datasets are useful & trustworthy for case XY (eg „learning about the solar system“) ?  Which topics (eg „Astronomy“) are covered by dataset X?  Which datasets offer videos (slides, publications, statistics etc)?
  • 3. LinkedUp Data Catalog in a nutshell http://datahub.io/group/linked-education http://data.linkededucation.org/linkedup/catalog/  RDF (VoID) dataset catalog: browse & query distributed datasets  Live information about endpoint accessibility  Federated queries using type mappings Stefan Dietze 12/03/14
  • 4. db:Astro. Objects Extracting Topic Profiles of Linked Datasets Dataset Metadata Stefan Dietze 12/03/14 Schema mappings BIBO AAISO FOAF contains Entity disambiguation Topic profile extraction db:Astronomy db:Astro. Objects LinkedUp Dataset Catalog yov:Video po:Programme BBC Programme <po:Programme …> <po:Series>Wonders of the Solar System</.> <po:Actor>Brian Cox</…> </po:Programme…> <yo:Video …> <dc:title>Pluto & the Dwarf Planets</dc:title> … </yo:Video…> Yovisto Video bibo:Fil bibo:Fi bibo:Film
  • 5. What’s all the data about: exploring topics of LOD in a nutshell http://data-observatory.org/lod-profiles/ Stefan Dietze 12/03/14  Visualisation & exploration of dataset-topic-graph (datasets, topics, relationships)  Includes all responsive datasets of LOD Cloud A Scalable Approach for Efficiently Generating Structured Dataset Topic Profiles, Fetahu, B., Dietze, S., Nunes, B.P., Cassanova M., Nejdl, W. (2014), 11th Extended Semantic Web Conference, ESWC2014, Greece, May 2014.
  • 6. Stefan Dietze 12/03/14 dbp:Category:Royal_Medal_winners dbp:Category:1955_births dbp:Category:People_from_London dbp:Category:Buzzwords dbp:Category:Web_Services dbp:Category:HTTP dbp:Category:Unitarian_Universalists dbp:Category:World_Wide_Web What have these categories in common?
  • 7. Stefan Dietze 12/03/14 Diversity of category profile for a single paper Berners-Lee, Tim; Hendler, James, Ora Lassila (2001). "The Semantic Web". Scientific American Magazine. person document dbp:Tim_Berners-Lee dbp:Category:1955_births dbp:Category:People_from_London dbp:Category:Buzzwords dbp:Semantic_Web dbp:Category:Semantic_Web dbp:Category:Web_Services dbp:Category:HTTP dbp:Category:Unitarian_Universalists first-level categories (dcterms:subject) dbp:Category:World_Wide_Web dbp:Category:Royal_Medal_winners
  • 8.  DBpedia category graph not an ideal “topic” vocabulary:  Broad and noisy  “Categories” vs “topics” (for capturing disciplines, thesauri like UNESCO Thesaurus seem better suited)  Lack of clear hierarchy: graph, not a tree  Mixing categories across resource types (document, person etc) creates “perceived noise”  But: broadness is useful as general vocabulary for categorisation of all sorts of resource types Stefan Dietze 12/03/14 Dataset profiling: some lessons learned
  • 9. Stefan Dietze 12/03/14 http://data-observatory.org/led-explorer/  Type specific views on datasets/ categories (ie “topics”)  “Document” (foaf:document)  “Person “ (foaf:person)  “Course” (aaiso:course)  Currently applied to datasets in LinkedUp Catalog only (as schema mappings already available here) More precise profiles of educational datasets
  • 10. Thank you! 12/03/14 10Stefan Dietze http://data-observatory.org/led-explorer/ http://data-observatory.org/lod-profiles/

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