[open-linguistics] Lexical resource
hellmann at informatik.uni-leipzig.de
Fri Jun 3 08:59:41 UTC 2011
That would be very good, I am quite busy, however, at the moment already
organising OKCon itself, so I wouldn't really take the lead on this.
Maybe somebody else? This would also be an interesting topic to hear at
the workshop about any problems/difficulties/questions that came up
during the addition of data sets to CKAN.
Am 03.06.2011 10:19, schrieb Jonathan Gray:
> +1 - it would be great to add this to CKAN.
> Also do have plans to migrate the material on the spreadsheet to CKAN?
> Do you think we should try to do this in time for release at OKCon?
> On Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 9:24 AM, Sebastian Hellmann
> <hellmann at informatik.uni-leipzig.de> wrote:
>> please feel free to add it to the Google spread sheet.
>> Actually the google spread sheet is just an intermediate collection,
>> In the end all datasets there should be added to CKAN and optionally
>> converted to RDF and interlinked with others.
>> So if you add your dataset directly to CKAN and tag it as Linguistics, this
>> would be even more important than the spreadsheet.
>> Am 02.06.2011 00:12, schrieb Jonathan Pool:
>>> If it seems appropriate, Utilika Foundation's PanLex project (or resource)
>>> can be added to the CKAN/LOD Cloud Candidates spreadsheet. PanLex is a
>>> lexical database that documents translations (including synonymies) among
>>> lexemes. It is under construction, but at the moment it has the metrics
>>> below. We are working on a UI and an API so others can create alternative
>>> UIs and use PanLex for applications. We are happy to make the data
>>> accessible to others without restrictions or cost.
>>> 3,323 resources acquired for consultation
>>> 1,121 of these resources consulted so far
>>> 6,662 language varieties with lexemes
>>> 17,621,880 lexemes
>>> 446,906,568 pairs of lexemes with one or more attested translations
>>> Current work on PanLex is described at http://utilika.org/info/work.html .
>>> open-linguistics mailing list
>>> open-linguistics at lists.okfn.org
>> Dipl. Inf. Sebastian Hellmann
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