Now that the SNAP project has started ingest finalized data from the initial core datasets, it is time to think about how to bring in material from the other partners. For some, this will be easy, as they already know to make available their data in RDF form on the open web and simply need to follow the guidelines in the Cookbook. For others quite a lot of work will be involved getting SNAP ready. This post describes some of the stages you may go through, and some of the problems that you may meet.
I have divided the work into six steps: Continue reading Entering the SNAPDRGN garden
In a change from our usual programming we will be bringing you a blog post directly from the Ontologies for Prosopography workshop at Digital Humanities 2014.
The workshop hopes to bring prosopographers and prosopographical datsets together (preferably through LOD).
Datasets in the following areas were represented at the workshop: Continue reading SNAP at DH2014