DBpedia Snapshot 2021-06 Release We are pleased to announce immediate availability of a new edition of the free and publicly accessible SPARQL Query Service Endpoint and Linked Data Pages, for interacting with the new Snapshot Dataset. What is the “DBpedia Snapshot” Release? Historically, this release has been associated with … read more
DBpedia Member Features – Over the last year we gave our DBpedia members multiple chances to present their work, tools and applications. In this way, our members gave exclusive insights on the DBpedia blog. This time we will continue with WordLift. They will show us how they help companies speak … read more
Last week was a fantastic week for DBpedia. On July 7, 2021 we gave 2 talks at the Leipzig Semantic Web Day (LSWT 2021). One day later we organized a DBpedia Tech Tutorial. First and foremost, we would like to thank the LSWT organizing team for hosting these events. … read more
Join the Tutorial at the LDK Conference.
We will organize a DBpedia Tutorial at the Language, Data and Knowledge conference on 1st of September 2021 in Zaragoza, Spain.
The 2nd of July 2021 marks the halfway point of the year, exactly 183 days have passed and just as many are still ahead of us. Time for us to look back on the past half year. What have we achieved? What still lies ahead of us? In the … read more
After almost 10 years of being part of the Google Summer of code (GSoC) program, it’s time for a recap! We started with only a couple of projects and mentors, and over the years we grew to a total of 65 successful projects, 65 students and 59 mentors. In … read more
by Kingsley Idehen (OpenLink Software) and Sebastian Hellmann (DBpedia Association) Since 2007, we’ve been extracting, mapping and linking content from Wikipedia into what is generally known as the DBpedia Snapshot that provided the kernel for what is known today as the LOD Cloud Knowledge Graph. Today, we are launching … read more
Like every year DBpedia is again a part of the Google Summer of Code project. We got many applications this year. Out of these applications 10 great projects from students all over the world were selected. We are excited to see them working further on their projects! In the … read more
Congratulations! You made it! You are selected as one of our GSoC students, who will work with DBpedia during the summer of 2021. In the following we will introduce how you can get in contact with the DBpedia community, the developers and your great mentors. Keep reading 😉 Student … read more
On Tuesday the 4th of May, DBpedia organized a tutorial at the Knowledge Graph Conference (KGC) 2021. The ultimate goal of the tutorial was to teach the participants all relevant tech around DBpedia, the knowledge graph, the infrastructure and possible use cases. The tutorial aimed at existing and potential … read more
Contribution from Marek Dudáš (Prague University of Economics and Business – VŠE) ContextMinds is a tool that combines two ideas: concept mapping and knowledge graphs. What’s concept mapping? With a bit of simplification, when you take a small subgraph of not more than a few tens of nodes from a knowledge graph (kg) and visualize it with the classic node-link (or “bubbles … read more