DBpedia Archive

Category: guest article

  • ImageSnippets and DBpedia

    December 18, 2019
     by Margaret Warren  The following post introduces to you ImageSnippets and how this tool profits from the use of DBpedia. ImageSnippets – A Tool for Image Curation For over two decades, ImageSnippets has been evolving as an ontology and data-driven framework for image annotation research. Representing the informal knowledge people … read more
  • RDF2NL: Generating Texts from RDF Data

    August 8, 2019
    RDF2NL is featured in the following guest post by Diego Moussalem, (Dice Research Group & Portuguese DBpedia Chapter). Hi DBpedians, During the DBpedia Day in Leipzig, I gave a talk about how to use the facts contained in the DBpedia Knowledge Graph for generating coherent sentences and texts. We … read more
  • timbr – the DBpedia SQL Semantic Knowledge Platform

    July 18, 2019
    With timbr, WPSemantix and the DBpedia Association launch the first SQL Semantic Knowledge Graph that integrates Wikipedia and Wikidata Knowledge into SQL engines. In part three of DBpedia’s growth hack blog series, we feature timbr, the latest development at DBpedia in collaboration with WPSemantix. Read on to find out … 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.

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  • Chaudron, chawdron , cauldron and DBpedia

    October 30, 2018
    Meet Chaudron Before getting into the technical details of, did you know the term Chaudron derives from Old French and denotes a large metal cooking pot? The word was used as an alternative form of chawdron which means entrails.  Entrails and cauldron –  a combo that seems quite fitting with Halloween coming … read more
  • Who are these DBpedia users ? …(and why ? )

    October 24, 2018
    Guest article by Victor de Boer, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL, member of NL-DBpedia Who uses DBpedia anyway?… This question started a research project for Frank Walraven, an Information Sciences Master student at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VUA). The question came up during one of the meetings of the Dutch DBpedia … read more