Posts Tagged ‘SPARQL’

So, what’s in linked datasets for education?

Since the first push when we deployed, the area of linked data for education, especially in universities, as been slowly but steadily growing. This is obviously a rather good news as a critical benefit of linked data in education (some would say, the only one worth considering) is that it creates a common, public [...]

Example Queries

Some times ago, we started to collect example SPARQL queries of interest through twitter, using the hashtag #queryou. This page is here to keep track of the queries collected, and to discuss them. Please fell free to contribute by sending your query on twitter using the #queryou tag.
Courses available in Nigeria
This query lists all the [...]

Initial Overview of the LUCERO Workflow

A large part of the technical development of LUCERO will consist of a set of tools to extract RDF from existing OU repositories, load this RDF into a triple store and expose it through the Web. This might sound simple, but the reality is that, in order to achieve this with sources that are constantly [...]