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Basic Principles of Linked Open Data & SPARQL

donderdag 23 mei 2024
De voertaal van deze workshop is Engels.
SURF, Moreelse Park 48
3511 EP Utrecht
room 3.5

With Linked Open Data (LOD), data is offered in such a way that it is much easier and automatic to connect to other data. This makes the data richer and more useful to the user.

This hands-on tutorial introduces the basic principles of LOD, how to create and publish LOD and how to query it using the query language SPARQL. The focus example will be cultural heritage data, but the basic principles are applicable to all type of data modeled as LOD.

At the end of this session, you will know the basics about how to create and work with LOD.  Learning goals: Understanding the basic principles of LOD, Creating LOD,  Publishing LOD,  Introduction to query language SPARQL.

This workshop is aimed at researchers and research support staff. No prior knowledge or experience is required. Practical information: bring your laptop and charger.

Trainers: Kristina Hettne, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Leiden University Library and Eva Lekkerkerker, Library of the UvA Board and Staff UB.

This workshop is part of the DCC Spring Training Days, a yearly event organized by the National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM).

You can find more information on the workshops in the program; you may register via this online form.

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