Kringla.nu: linking and presenting linked data

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Kringla.nu is a platform for linking and display linked data. Kringla conmsist of data from a wide range of sources and supports semantic links. It basically support linking objects (SOCH, Europeana, Libris, Wikimedia Commons) to stories (Platsr.se) and contextulizing sources (Wikipedia).

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Kringla.nu: linking and presenting linked data

  1. 1. Linking content in Kringla.nu Infrastructure and service for semantic linking and presentation of linked data Swedish National Heritage Board 2013-12-09
  2. 2. Content in Kringla K-samsök/SOCH Libris spelling Platsr.se Google maps/Panoramio Kringla.nu Europeana search Kringla contains no content in it self but uses several open APIs. If available in the raw data, links between objects (e.g. an image that visualizes an ancient monument) is shown.
  3. 3. Linkable objects in Kringla UGC database K-samsök/ SOCH Europeana Libris Platsr Kringla Wikipedia Wikimedia Commons The Kringla interface allows (logged in) users to create links between both internal (SOCH objects) and external data sources (Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, Libris, Europeana). These links are stored in a UGC database. Platsr has it’s own API. If a user links a Platsr object/story to a Kringla object (actually K-samsök/SOCH) it is shown in Kringla. At the moment a user can’t create a link to Platsr in Kringla.
  4. 4. View linkable objects in Kringla UGC database K-samsök/ SOCH Europeana Libris Platsr Kringla Wikipedia Wikimedia Commons Data from these UGC links are presented in the Kringla interface through the UGC database own API. In addition, we also ”harvest” articles and images from Wikipedia and Wikiemdia Commons which contains K-samsök/SOCH persistent URI which is also showed in Kringla. Among other things all the photos from the Wiki Loves Monuments contest.
  5. 5. Example from Kringla
  6. 6. Google maps/Panoramio K-samsök/SOCH K-samsök/SOCH Platsr K-samsök/SOCH Europeana Wikipedia/Wikimedia Libris

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