Data views predefined by a database administrator are often not detailed enough. The templates can’t meet all of the user’s informational needs.
Ask Data Anything is a Business Intelligence program where the context of the data is separated from the data itself and stored as a Semantic description of the data.
The project was requested by Polish Society of Surgical Oncology (PTChO) and is in production since the beginning of 2016.
The Semantic Perspective Project is an entirely new approach to information and knowledge representation, where information composition is done via “meaningful perspectives“: what the meaning of a concept is, when viewed from the perspective of a different concept, hence the project’s name. This approach is radically different from the mainstream linked data approach and it was born from the assumption that structure-first approaches are inadequate for representing information, because information is inherently structure invariant.
GEM (Geospatial-semantic Exploration on the Move) is a cross-platform geospatial exploration tool that offers a rich mobile experience and overcomes the limitations of conventional solutions by exploiting all strengths of the Linked Open Data paradigm, such as built-in semantics in open, crowd-sourced knowledge found in publicly available sources, loaded and filtered on-demand, according to user’s needs, in order to prevent maps from overpopulating.
(LOD) The data service of the National Library of Spain (BNE), datos.bne.es, makes available a wide collection of Linked Open Data under a Public Domain License (CC0). This knowledge graph with more than 10 mil- lion connected entities using open web standards serves two main goals: (1) enhanced end-user expe- riences when searching and browsing the catalogue, and (2) enable reuse and repurpose of the data via open APIs and SPARQL . The service, in continuous development, has been identified by BNE library managers as the future main entry point to the vast cultural collection of the library for both end-users and applications.