Insight into Open Source Semantic Technlogies at The Apache Software Foundation
2017-07-28T17:08:52Z (GMT) by
This workshop will introduce people to two key open source semantic technologies (Apache CommonsRDF and Apache Any23) developed and maintained at the Apache Software Foundation; a software foundation fostering software development upon which billions of users depend on free, community-driven software.<br> <br> This workshop will cover both<br> • Apache Commons RDF; Commons RDF aims to provide a common library for RDF 1.1 that could be implemented by systems on the Java Virtual Machine. https://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-rdf/, and<br> • Apache Any23; a library, a web service and a command line tool that extracts structured data in RDF format from a variety of Web documents. https://any23.apache.org/<br> <br> This workshop will furnish attendees with everything required to generate Earth Science data in RDF and then use that data in a wide variety of applications and scenarios.<br> The session will begin by introducing how to generate RDF data with CommonsRDF including Introduction, API’s, implementations and then a worked example/code examples for generating Earth Sciences RDF data.<br> The second half of the session will show how RDF data can be embedded in Webpages, e.g. Dataset Landing Pages, and then interpreted using the Any23<br> Library. This will cover an Any23 Introduction, API’s and then a worked example/code examples for working with RDF data.<br> <br> All of the examples and code will be available on the ESIP Github area.