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Workshop on Linked Open Data and MultilingualWeb 11 – 13 June 2012 in Dublin

The project MultilingualWeb-LT (driven by W3C, DFKI and the Dublin-based language technology cluster) is organising a workshop in Dublin 11-13 June. The theme of the first day (11 June) is “Linked open data and Natural language processing”. The call for participation is available at http://www.multilingualweb.eu/documents/dublin-workshop/dublin-cfp  

From messy data to linked data: LOD-enabled Google Refine

Some of you are probably already familiar with Google Refine (GR), a simple yet very powerful tool for working with messy data. GR is a web application, based on a modular web application framework, which makes it an interesting blend of versatility, performance, portability, simplicity and extendability. GR has no database, all data is in … Continue reading

European Data Forum 2012: 6-7 June 2012 in Copenhagen

On 6-7th June 2012 in Copenhagen, Denmark, the forum for the European data economy will be launched, discussing issues along the data value chain, open data and big data! Organised by the European Commission and four EU-co-funded projects, the European Data Forum 2012 will be established as an annual conference discussing relevant data topics for … Continue reading

LOD2 PUBLINK Consultancy Winners Call2011 announcement

Introduction The LOD2 PUBLINK consultancy service is one of the major LOD2 dissemination and training activities that helps to reach an interested audience in Linked Open Data technology and to provide training in this field as well as consultancy to solve concrete problems on the side of the PUBLINK applicants. The PUBLINK service follows a … Continue reading

LOD2 webinar series: Linked Data and SKOS – D2R and Sparqlify

The LOD2 team is happy to announce 2 free Linked Open Data tool webinars for April 2012 as follows! You can find the recorded LOD2 webinars and respective slides here: http://lod2.eu/BlogPost/webinar-series Linked Data and SKOS, 18.04.2012, 05.00pm CET Knowledge organization systems like taxonomies or thesauri can benefit from linked data approaches and vice versa. In … Continue reading