Towards Interoperable Visualization Applications Over Linked Data

author: Ghislain Auguste Atemezing, EURECOM
published: May 16, 2013,   recorded: April 2013,   views: 3627


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This talk provides an overview of types of applications built on Linked Data, a framework for assessing tools used for building those applications, and a vocabulary to describe visual applications developed on top of LOD for more interoperability and components reusability. Our proposal derives from a study of applications in dierent domains built in Open Data initiatives in UK, US and France. We identify two benets of our approach: (i) it could help building a sustainable ecosystem of visual applications making use of 4-5 stars datasets, and (ii) it could make it easier to find application patterns used for creating Linked Data Applications.

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