First Signs (For Me) of Linked Data Being Properly Linked…?!

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John G:

Tony Hirst blogs about two of my recent blogs…

Originally posted on OUseful.Info, the blog…:

As anyone who’s followed this blog for some time will know, my relationship with Linked Data has been an off and on again one over the years. At the current time, it’s largely off – all my OpenRefine installs seem to have given up the ghost as far as reconciliation and linking services go, and I have no idea where the problem lies (whether with the plugins, the installs, with Java, with the endpoints, with the reconciliations or linkages I’m trying to establish).

My dabblings with pulling data in from Wikipedia/DBpedia to Gephi (eg as described in Visualising Related Entries in Wikipedia Using Gephi and the various associated follow-on posts) continue to be hit and miss due to the vagaries of DBpedia and the huge gaps in infobox structured data across Wikipedia itself.

With OpenRefine not doing its thing for me, I haven’t been able to use that app as…

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