[open-linguistics] Web frontend for a Lemon lexical dataset

John P. McCrae jmccrae at cit-ec.uni-bielefeld.de
Thu Jun 18 13:36:18 UTC 2015


Yes, *lemon* <http://lemon-model.net>is designed to be the model for
representing dictionary data on the Web, and will soon be a W3C vocabulary
as part of the OntoLex community group <http://www.w3.org/community/ontolex>

We have developed the Yuzu <http://github.com/jmccrae/yuzu>framework for
publishing linked data, which is specialized to *lemon*. This interface is
designed for fixed datasets, but I know that Mariano Rico at the
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid is working on a *lemon* assistant to
enable users to easily create and author new resources.

Otherwise, please feel free to contact me about any questions you have, I
would be pleased to answer

John P. McCrae

On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 1:53 PM, Steve Cassidy <steve.cassidy at mq.edu.au>

> I'm working with some dictionary data, trying to develop it as a
> linked data resource as part of a larger repository of language
> resources (Alveo http://alveo.edu.au).  The obvious solution for
> modelling the data seems to be Lemon.
> I'm wondering what if any tools there are to support managing a Lemon
> dictionary. In particular whether there is existing software to
> present a dataset as linked data via the web, or to provide a
> user-facing web dictionary interface.   Even better, is there
> something that would support updating the dataset via a web interface?
> Any pointers appreciated.
> Steve
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