[open-linguistics] new colored LLOD diagram
tfmorris at gmail.com
Sat Sep 21 20:13:15 UTC 2013
What's the criteria for inclusion? It seems weird that DBpedia qualifies,
but Freebase doesn't when it's got everything DBpedia does plus Wordnet,
data from the Long Now Foundation's Rosetta Project and other linguistic
Other things that caught my eye:
- there seem to a lot of free-floating circles for a *linked* data diagram.
Is this an issue with missing data or are these data sets really islands
that are only linked internally?
- DBpedia Live is redundant with DBpedia (English)
- if the diagram is going to exist in an online version, it'd be cool to
link the circles back to their CKAN entries (or their home pages)
On Sat, Sep 21, 2013 at 8:21 AM, Christian Chiarcos <
christian.chiarcos at web.de> wrote:
> Dear all,
> after MLODE, we thought about a new LLOD diagram drawing software, as
> Richard Cyganiac's original scripts could not be adjusted to our needs.
> John (McCrae) developed a prototype (https://github.com/jmccrae/**
> llod-cloud.py <https://github.com/jmccrae/llod-cloud.py>) that builds a
> graph out of the datahub metadata entries. For upcoming presentations at
> LDL-2013 and GSCL-2013, we created a manually enhanced and colored version
> of the resulting diagram. Before we bring this online, however, I'd like to
> ask for feedback and ideas on this.
> It also touches the discussion of LLOD categories we had earlier this
> summer. Here, I stayed close to the LREC-2012 categories, but with labels
> drawn from OLAC and the LRE resource map:
> - CORPUS (lre:corpus, cf. olac:primary_data)
> - LANGUAGE_DESCRIPTION (olac:language_description, lre: ???)
> - LEXICON (olac:lexicon, lre: lexicon)
> All the best,
> Christian Chiarcos
> Applied Computational Linguistics
> Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität Frankfurt a. M.
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