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1 Publications and Tech

2 Presentations

3 Getty Vocabulary Program LOD

4 Ontotext Research Projects

Ontotext EC research projects timeline (FP5,6,7 & H2020) at http://www.old.ontotext.com/EC_ResearchProjects. It uses a Google Sheet to hold the data, and Google Charts to visualize it. Hover over a project name to see its logo, dates and short description. Click to go to the project website.

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5 Grammar Railroad Diagrams

Reading EBNF grammars is not easy. Seeing it on a diagram makes things easier. http://bottlecaps.de/rr/ui is an excellent tool: it can scrape EBNF grammars from W3C specs, generates either a single XHTML with embedded SVG, or a zip with many PNGs, cross-links the definitions and usages.

5.1 SPARQL 1.1 Query Language

I use this quite often while writing SPARQL


XSPARQL is a melding of XQuery and SPARQL. Its syntax is pretty large, so the diagrams help. https://github.com/VladimirAlexiev/xsparql/blob/master/doc/:

Date: <2016-08-31>

Author: Vladimir Alexiev

Created: 2016-08-31 Wed 16:02

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