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  • XLWrap – Spreadsheet-to-RDF Wrapper

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    Added by benbanbun on 2009-10-29 15:41:25.0


    XLWrap – Spreadsheet-to-RDF Wrapper XLWrap is a spreadsheet-to-RDF wrapper which is capable of transforming spreadsheets to arbitrary RDF graphs based on a mapping specification. It supports Microsoft Excel and OpenDocument spreadsheets such as comma- (and tab-) separated value (CSV) files and it can load local files or download remote files via HTTP. Andreas Langegger
  • Consuming Linked Data | Consuming Linked Data

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    Added by benbanbun on 2009-10-25 15:20:25.0


    Consuming Linked Data | Consuming Linked Data Linked Data is now here! In the past two years, the amount of data published in RDF and following the Linked Data principles has increased dramatically. Everyday people are publishing datasets as Linked Data. However, applications that consuming Linked Data are not mainstream yet. This tutorial is a continuation on the previous “How to Publish Linked Data on the Web” tutorial from ISWC2008 and the focus is for a beginner participants. This tutorial will presents existing techniques in which users can currently consume Linked Data and use it in their current applications. Furthermore, we will present existing applications that consume Linked Data.
  • SQUIN - Query the Web of Linked Data

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    Added by benbanbun on 2009-10-25 15:18:33.0


    SQUIN - Query the Web of Linked Data The Semantic Web Query Interface SQUIN enables applications to consume Linked Data in an easy manner.
  • Learning more about SPARQL - bobdc.blog

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    Added by benbanbun on 2009-08-25 13:39:30.0


    Learning more about SPARQL - bobdc.blog Bob DuCharme's weblog, mostly on technology for representing and linking information Bob DuCharme