Category: Linked Data
Knowledge graphs are essential for any information architecture built upon semantics and AI. The Linked Data Life Cycle provides guideline for data governance within the semantic web framework.
With the UN predicting that more than 70 percent of the world’s population will live in urban areas by 2050, the development of sustainable smart cities is a rising need.
Data wrangling with OpenRefine, PoolParty and SPARQL — Enabling multi-language thesaurus in PoolParty
In our recent endeavor to import in PoolParty the Google Product taxonomy in different languages, we encountered some challenges that needed to be addressed. The first challenge was that the
There is a strong connection between information storage and retrieval, namely how information storage is implemented under the hood directly impacts the retrieval or search. The knowledge management techniques we
In September 2016, the Semantic Web Company launched its new service the PoolParty Academy. The online learning platform covers semantic technologies in different levels of complexity. So far over 300 people worldwide participated in the program and got certified.
Enterprises providing information using digital data need to make their data searchable, reusable and structured. Graph-based semantic layers do just that.
The goal of publishing open data should be to make it available for access or download and to make it interoperable. One of the big benefits is to make the data available for software applications which in turn means the datasets have to be machine-readable.