DBpedia Blog

  • ContextMinds: Concept mapping supported by DBpedia

    April 16, 2021
    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
  • Show your Application on the DBpedia Website

    March 1, 2021
    DBpedia evolves with the innovative and active use of its community members who constantly create the emerging DBpedia-related material. We value the efforts of contributing open data, tools and services for a shared reuse and application by the whole DBpedia community. Therefore, we have created a platform where all your … read more
  • GSoC2021 – Call for Students

    March 17, 2021
    Pinky: Gee, Brain, what are we gonna do this year?Brain: Wear a mask, keep our distance, and do the same thing we do every year, Pinky. Taking over GSoC2021. For the 10th year in a row, we have been accepted to be part of this incredible program to support … read more
  • Join the Tutorial at the Knowledge Graph Conference!

    We took the opportunity to organize a DBpedia Tutorial at the Knowledge Graph Conference 2021 on May 4, 2021.

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  • Structure mining with DBpedia

    February 23, 2021
    DBpedia Member Features – Last year we gave DBpedia members the chance to present special products, tools and applications on the DBpedia blog. We have already published several posts in which our members provided unique insights. This week we will continue with Wallscope, they will show how you can … read more
  • Why Data Centricity Is Key To Digital Transformation

    February 17, 2021
    DBpedia Member Features – Last year we gave DBpedia members the chance to present special products, tools and applications on the DBpedia blog. We have already published several posts in which our members provided unique insights. This week we will continue with eccenca. They will explain why companies struggle … read more
  • Linked Data projects at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Network Institute

    February 8, 2021
    DBpedia Member Features – Last year we gave DBpedia members the chance to present special products, tools and applications on the DBpedia blog. We have already published several posts in which our members provided unique insights. This week we will continue with the Network Institute (NI) of VU Amsterdam. … read more
  • Giving knowledge back to Wikipedia: Towards a Systematic Approach to Sync Factual Data across Wikipedia, Wikidata and External Data Sources

    February 3, 2021
    Since the beginning of DBpedia, there was always a strong consensus in the community, that one of the goals of DBpedia was to feed semantic knowledge back into Wikipedia again to improve its structure and data quality. It was a topic of many discussions over the years how to … read more
  • DBpedia’s New Website

    January 28, 2021
    We are proud to announce the completion of the new DBpedia website. We used the New Year’s break as an opportunity to alter layout, design and content of the DBpedia website, according to the requirements of the DBpedia community and DBpedia members. We’ve created a new site to better … read more
  • The Diffbot Knowledge Graph and Extraction Tools

    January 14, 2021
    DBpedia Member Features – In the last few weeks, we gave DBpedia members the chance to present special products, tools and applications and share them with the community. We already published several posts in which DBpedia members provided unique insights. This week we will continue with Diffbot. They will … read more
  • A year with DBpedia – Retrospective Part 2/2020

    January 6, 2021
    This is the final part of our journey through 2020. In the previous blog post we already presented DBpedia highlights, events and tutorials. Now we want to take a deeper look at the second half of 2020 and give an outlook for 2021. DBpedia Autumn Hackathon and the KGiA … read more