I'm looking for a simple software tool that helps me view the content of RDF files in a 2D graph format. It should display predicates in as named node-edge-node view. It should allow user to pan or zoom the graph and should natively read RDF documents.

Does anyone know a tool that does that?

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As part of a paper that will be published in the following weeks, I developed an iPython script to measure some metrics of LOV. I want to share it with you, so we can improve it and obtain new metrics you are interested in. Also graphics or anything you think is worthy.
To run it download Anaconda environment. You also will need to install the packages used in the script (those noted with import).


Thanks a lot. Kind regards.

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Publish and link your vocabularies in LOV. Reuse Linked Open Vocabularies

A blog post published by the AIMS Team http://aims.fao.org/community/profiles/aims
from FAO of the United Nations in Italy

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Dear all, Happy LOV 2017!

The DDI Alliance is pleased to announce the Public Review of XKOS, an RDF Vocabulary which extends the Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS) for the needs of statistical classifications. Links to the specification and instructions for comment are found at http://www.ddialliance.org/Specification/RDF/XKOS. The comment period is open until January 31, 2017.

Hi everyone,

could you please recommend an open vocabulary that has an extension of classes and properties to document data and software?

An online json-ld editor with built-in LOV import and auto-completion.

Try it here: https://editorsnotes.github.io/edit-with-lov/
Code here: https://github.com/editorsnotes/edit-with-lov


Hi +Siegfried Handschuh I was trying to review the SALT rhetoric ontology in LOV. But r seems that the domain has expired on 10/18/2016. Could you please give us the status of the vocabulary? TIA

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Come hear about the Linked Open Vocabularies at #ISWC2016
You can alternatively find the slide deck of my presentation here: http://www.slideshare.net/pyvandenbussche/linked-open-vocabularies-lov

Looks like Parrot is no longer functional. It used to render my ontologies just fine, but now getting consistent error


Unable to read input document: I/O Error, cannot read from http://def.seegrid.csiro.au/ontology/time/new

AFAICT the payload from that URI is fine. Mails to Diego and Carlos are bouncing :( 
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