1. Luzzu Web Application


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    Luzzu is a Quality Assessment Framework for Linked Dataset (http://eis-bonn.github.io/Luzzu). In this screencast we show how a user can: - the quality assessment of datasets based on a number of metrics; - the ranking of datasets according to different quality metrics; - the graphical visualisation of the quality metada.

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    • Greater Manchester Data Synchronisation Programme - iNetword LeGSB Award


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      Very short video about the Greater Manchester Data Synchronisation Programme for the iNetwork innovation awards

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      • UX Oxford: Mike Atherton on "Designing with linked data"


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        UX Oxford - Monthly speaker series on user experience. Inspiring talk + free drinks + meet friendly peers. Check us out: http://www.meetup.com/UX-Oxford/ Sponsored by: • Bunnyfoot (www.bunnyfoot.co.uk) • Oxford Computer Consultants (www.oxfordcc.co.uk) • White October (www.whiteoctober.co.uk) Filmed by: Third Lens Films (http://thirdlensfilms.com/) Mike Atherton: Designing with linked data This is not your usual UX talk. It’s a little about information architecture, a bit about content strategy, but mostly it’s about how we can use information floating around the web to build content-rich products, and how we should try harder to weave our work into the fabric of the network. Linked Open Data lets us expose, share, and connect knowledge. A single, extensible network of information stretching across an increasingly semantic web, making our products more findable, and our content more reusable. It’s happening now. Used by the BBC to build their Music pages, the New York Times to build topic pages, and by Google and Facebook to build their knowledge graphs. Where once we linked up pages, now we need to link up the underlying information and tell connected stories with the whole web. About Mike Mike Atherton is an independent UX consultant, design lecturer, and the former Head of User Experience for Huddle. With a background in information architecture and web design, Mike was once a lead IA with the BBC, working on structured content, data-driven services for lifelong learning. He's a popular conference speaker and eater of small cakes, having given talks around the world about things like differentiation, domain models, and Disneyland. Twitter: @MikeAtherton

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        • PROV-O-Matic Screencast


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          This is a screencast of the example Notebook included in the PROV-O-Matic distribution at https://github.com/Data2Semantics/prov-o-matic PROV-O-Matic integrates with an IPython Notebook to trace the execution of functions and methods, and the assignment of new values to variables to build a provenance trace using the W3C PROV standard. It uses the PROV-O-Viz tool to visualise the provenance trace as a Sankey diagram. Have a look at the GitHub page for more information

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          • Beek.it - Your Smart Bookmarking Buddy


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            beek.it gives a totally new way to explore your bookmarks. Forget about multiple folders and just use the unique beek.it search to find all your bookmarks. The idea is to use novel semantic technologies in order to extract concept, tags, categories. This allow us to create a model for the page that can uniquely identify the page. We enrich the page by adding links to identifies resources from the web and social media. We apply our methods to notes in Evernote, this way we offer automatic organisation of your stored notes and a better rich bookmarking feature.

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            • Overview of Zepheira's Linked Data and BIBFRAME for Libraries Training


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              Is Your Library Ready for Linked Data and BIBFRAME? Watch this video to learn more about Zepheira's new online training curriculum, designed to help your whole library team prepare for an exciting set of opportunities to better meet your audiences when and where they need you. Library relevance on the Web begins with visibility, Linked Data and BIBFRAME will play a key role in the Web understanding libraries and reflecting what libraries have to offer. Through Zepheira’s work with hundreds of librarians, we found a need for a clear baseline of knowledge and awareness about where to begin on this path to relevance and visibility. Building on our experience over the last twenty years and our leadership role in shaping the Web, Linked Data, and BIBFRAME, we have developed a experience-driven training series focused on libraries, their data, their audiences, and their local needs. Learn more and sign up at http://zepheira.com/training/

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              • Zepheira's Linked Data & BIBFRAME Training Tool Suite Overview


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                As a cornerstone of Zepheira's Practical Practitioner series, we believe participants need to get hands on with their own information. To that end, our training includes access to an introductory set of utilities to guide course participants through data import and analysis to end user discovery and creation of profile based Linked Data including connections to external data resources. For more information on Zepheira's Linked Data solutions across industries, see http://zepheira.com For more information about our training and a view of the current calendar, see http://zepheira.com/solutions/library/training/

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                • Practical Work in Linked Data using Digital Collections: Unleashing the Expressivity of Data


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                  Silvia Southwick Digital Collections Metadata Librarian University of Nevada, Las Vegas Cory Lampert Head, Digital Collections University of Nevada, Las Vegas Practical Work in Linked Data using Digital Collections: Unleashing the Expressivity of Data http://www.cni.org/topics/information-access-retrieval/practical-work-in-linked-data-using-digital-collections/ The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Linked Data Project provides a case study of the complex topic of linked open data, from emerging concept in librarianship to practical outcome. The project began with a small academic library study group created in April 2012 and was comprised of professionals from various functional areas. The initial goal was to better understand linked data concepts and potential benefits to the Libraries. In October 2012 after reviewing literature, attending presentations, and discussing concepts, UNLV Digital Collections designed an exploratory project. Because there was very little in the literature about how to practically implement linked data in digital collections, the team decided to focus on the transformation of typical digital collections metadata. The project made significant progress outlining technologies, tools, and models that can be implemented by librarians. This presentation covers basic concepts of linked data, the rationale for libraries to start preparing for adopting linked data, followed by a demonstration of visualization tools operating on the linked data generated from UNLV’s digital collections. http://www.library.unlv.edu/linked-data Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring 2014 Membership Meeting March 31 - April 1, 2014 St. Louis, Missouri http://www.cni.org/mm/spring-2014/

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                  • Linkitup Screencast


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                    Linkitup is a Web-based dashboard for enrichment of re- search output published via industry grade data repository services. It takes metadata entered through Figshare.com and tries to find equiva- lent terms, categories, persons or entities on the Linked Data cloud and several Web 2.0 services. It extracts references from publications, and tries to find the corresponding Digital Object Identifier (DOI). Linkitup feeds the enriched metadata back as links to the original article in the repository, but also builds a RDF representation of the metadata that can be downloaded separately, or published as research output in its own right.

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                    • Semantic Web


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                      Charla de la Web Semantica

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