Florian Huber

Visualize PoolParty project data with SKOS Play! in four steps

There is a new functionality in PoolParty 5.5 that allows users to manage the skos:inScheme relationship of their concepts.

When you activate the skos:inScheme functionality for your PoolParty project you can create input data for SKOS Play! very easy. SKOS Play! is a free application that lets you render and visualize SKOS taxonomies in different formats (html, pdf) and different graphical representations (tree tabular, etc.).

With four steps you can generate such a representation based on PoolParty data:  Continue reading

Christian Blaschke

If you like “Friends” you probably also will like “Veronica’s Closet” (find out with SPARQL why)

In a previous blog post I have discussed the power of SPARQL to go beyond data retrieval to analytics. Here I look into the possibilities to implement a product recommender all in SPARQL. Products are considered to be similar if they share relevant characteristics, and the higher the overlap the higher the similarity. In the case of movies or TV programs there are static characteristics (e.g. genre, actors, director) and dynamic ones like viewing patterns of the audience. Continue reading