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Linked data is a method of publishing structured data so that it can be interlinked and become more useful through semantic queries.

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Get the details of all Indian films from Wikipedia

My application needs the details of All Indian movies. I can't take it from IMDB or OMDB because the number of Indian movies is too less there. I need to fetch it from Wikipedia. Freebase is ...
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Is there a list of linked data from resources mentioned in the annual NAR database issue?

The Journal Nucleic Acid Research releases an annual issue on biological databases. Does there exist a subset containing biological resources from the NAR database issue that is exposed as linked data?...
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How do I extract certain articles from Arabic Wiki Dumps?

I need to collect all articles that are about countries and continents in Arabic from Wikipedia. I was wondering how do I find these articles if I downloaded the latest wiki dump? New to the field. ...
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What is the hypernym field in DBpedia?

I saw that there is a field http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/hypernym in DBpedia. For instance consider the DBpedia page http://dbpedia.org/page/Humanities. The http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/...
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How to build a concept hierarchy using LOD?

I am interested in building a concept hierarchy using the given Computer Science related concepts. For an example we can consider 'support vector machine', whether the parent category would be '...
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Vocabulary alignment in LDflex

From https://ruben.verborgh.org/blog/2018/12/28/designing-a-linked-data-developer-experience/#ldflex-feeling: If you are dealing with a different type of data, you cannot use them. This is odd, ...
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Too few records from DBpedia [duplicate]

I am using the next query to get Athletes data from DBpedia SELECT * WHERE { ?player a <http://dbpedia.org/ontology/Athlete> . ?player foaf:name ?firstname . ?player foaf:surname ?...
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How precise class names should be? [closed]

For example if our database is about the European Union, is calling the class containing countries inside the EU Country descriptive enough, even though it's not supposed to contain countries outside ...
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How to get the path details between two nodes in DBpedia in SPARQL

I want to check if two DBpedia nodes have a path using; dct:subject and skos:broader properties without specifying properties For instance consider the two DBpedia nodes http://dbpedia.org/resource/...
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What is the difference between resource and category of DBpedia

My initial understanding of DBpedia was that resources are lower level entities and categories are higher level entities. Since categories are higher level, I thought that they do not have a ...
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How to identify general medical terms using Wikipedia/DBpedia/WikiData

Given a list of medical terms, I want to identify and remove the general (less granular) terms. For example consider the below mentioned word list: - kartagener s syndrome - disease treatment - ...
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Race, cross-race, and cross culture tolerance data

Where can I find since done per-country data on people's attitudes towards people of other race and/or culture living within the same country and children of mixed race living within those countries. ...
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How to extract DBpedia infomation

I wrote a python programme to extract the DBpedia links for a given document using DBpedia Spotlight. Now I am interested in getting the skos:broader property and dcterms:subject property for each ...

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