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- I just want to have a simple example that imports the data used to plot your graph into a Google Spreadsheet using a SPARQL-PROTOCOL URL (i.e., output of SPARQL Query in CSV format).
Then you can have a plotted graph in HTML that matches what's in the Google Spreadsheet. In both cases, all the data items (where applicable) are denoted using Linked Data URIs.
This is a simple demonstration of Data De-Silo-Fication via Linked Data :-)
#LinkedData #SemanticWeb #BigData #OpenData #SmartDataJul 22, 2013
- Just add "&output=csv" at the end of the SPARQL URL.
No centralisation intended. If there is a blocker, let me know and I'll make sure that you can get the data out or be able to refer to it. You have access to the full endpoint as I do.
http://stats.270a.info/analysis/worldbank:SP.DYN.IMRT.IN/transparency:CPI2009/year:2009 contains the analysis itself.
The SPARQL URL above is what gathers the data from different sources in real-time. That data is stored here for future use:
http://stats.270a.info/analysis/worldbank:SP.DYN.IMRT.IN/transparency:CPI2009/year:2009 stats:data [ ?p ?o ]
So that if http://stats.270a.info/analysis/worldbank:SP.DYN.IMRT.IN/transparency:CPI2009/year:2009 exists, there is no need to go out and redo the federated query. Unless of course there are bugs or things need to be flushed, I'll remove them in that case and simply reload the URI on the Web UI.Jul 22, 2013
- -- I'll make time to play around a little. Key thing is to have a nice demo that showcases this kind of de-silo-fication :-)Jul 22, 2013
- http://goo.gl/pdYZdn . graphics are based on http://goo.gl/zDFRMand , here is an initial demo that has put together:
we will be deploying this to a server soon, also preparing some other analyses and a peer-reviewed paper specifically targeting education policy makers, and so using more specific subsets of the data. Sarven, would be outstanding to have you in the paper if you might be interested, we should have a very initial draft by this coming weekend
Sep 22, 2013
- Great to see the data being used as such! Sure, let me know by email how I can contribute to the paper.Sep 22, 2013
- cool, let me finish this rough draft and then will send your waySep 22, 2013
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