On 9/21/19 6:30 PM, Kingsley Idehen wrote:
On 9/20/19 1:31 PM, Denny Vrandečić wrote:
Yes, you're touching exactly on the problems
I had during the
evaluation - I couldn't even figure out what DBpedia is.
Hi Denny and
To reiterate and/or clarify.
DBpedia is a community project comprising RDF datasets constructed from
Wikipedia content that's deployed using Linked Data principles.
A little clearer, as the definition above was a little too concise:
DBpedia is a community project comprising a variety of data curation tools, services
(Linked Data lookup and SPARQL), and RDF datasets constructed from Wikipedia that's
deployed using Linked Data principles and cross-referenced with other data sources as
illustrated in the Linked Open Data Cloud (the world's largest Knowledge
This project has recently spawned a Databus effort which addresses historic challenges
associated with dataset curation, publication, discovery, and monetization .
-- what is the LOD Cloud and why is it important?
Founder & CEO