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Welcome to '''lotico''' - an open, distributed community, a Semantic Social Network that brings '''Lo'''cation, '''Ti'''me, '''Co'''mmunity and concepts together for You and more than [http://www.meetup.com/topics/semweb/all/ {{memberCount}}] members worldwide.<br><center><br>
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''featured event:'' <br>
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<center><FONT SIZE="+2">[[The Many Shapes of SHACL]]</FONT><br>with Holger Knublauch<br>June 2020</center>
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<!-- googlemap type="map" lat="25" lon="-95" selector="no" controls="small" zoom="1" width="450" height="240" icon="http://www.lotico.com/images/marker.png">
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40.74, -73.99, The [[SWNYC|New York Semantic Web Meetup]]
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37.79, -122.4, The [[San Francisco Semantic Web Meetup|San Francisco Semantic Web Meetup]]
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33.99, -118.43, The [[Los Angeles Semantic Web Meetup]]
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38.9, -77.04, The [[Washington Semantic Web Meetup]]
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30.30, -97.70, The [[Austin Semantic Web Meetup]]
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42.37,-71.1, The [[Cambridge Semantic Web Meetup]]
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52.52,13.38, The [[Berlin Semantic Web Meetup]]
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41.87,-87.63, The [[The Chicago Semantic Web Meetup Group|Chicago Semantic Web Meetup]]
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41.9,12.48, The [[Rome Semantic Web Meetup]]
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-33.46,-70.64, The [[Santiago Semantic Web Meetup]]
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59.91,10.75, The [[Oslo Semantic Web Meetup]]
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45.5165100098, -122.678878784, [[Portland Semantic Web Group]]
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51.52,-0.1, The [[London Semantic Web Meetup]]
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48.22,16.37, The [[Vienna Semantic Web Meetup]]
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47.38,8.54, The [[Zurich Semantic Web Meetup]]
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49.29,-123.13, The [[Vancouver Semantic Web Meetup]]
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43.65,-79.38, The [[Toronto Semantic Web Meetup]]
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47.49,-122.25, The [[Seattle Semantic Web Meetup|Semantically Webbed Seattle Meetup]]
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32.96,-117.23, The [[San Diego Semantic Web Meetup]]
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40.31,-74.65, The [[Princeton Semantic Web Meetup]]
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39.96,-75.2, The [[Philadelphia Semantic Web Meetup]]
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45.43,-75.69, The [[Ottawa Semantic Web Meetup]]
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40.05,-105.21, The [[Boulder Semantic Web meetup]]
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32.96,-96.75, The [[Dallas Semantic Web Meetup]]
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35.93,-79.04, The [[RTP Semantic Web Group]]
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33.76,-84.39, The [[Atlanta Semantic Web Meetup]]
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40.17,-83.09, The [[Columbus Ohio Semantic Web Meetup]]
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41.76,-72.69, [[CT Semantic Web Meetup Group]]
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28.58,-81.25, [[Central Florida Semantic Web Meetup]]
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-33.87,151.21, [[Sydney Semantic Web Group]]
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-33.93,18.46, [[Cape Town Semantic Web Meetup]]
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44.95,-93.2, [[Lotico Twin Cities Semantic Web]]
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39.21,-76.88, [[Central Maryland Semantic Web]]
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21.28,-157.82, [[Semantic Web Hawaii]]
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>lotico.com is your gateway to an open community that shares a common interest in Data on the Web and the Semantic Web vision, a common framework for data to be shared and reused across applications, platforms and community boundaries. If you live, work or visit a location with an active community and you are interested to participate you are welcome to join. lotico develops and promotes standards, and cooperates closely with standard groups in particular with regards to Semantic Web technologies and data on the web.</P>
  
Consult the [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents User's Guide] for information on using the wiki software.
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== Events ==
  
== Getting started ==
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===[[Eclipse RDF4J - Working with RDF in Java]]===
* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Configuration_settings Configuration settings list]
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>an event with Jeen Broekstra May 2020. Eclipse RDF4J is a powerful open source Java framework for processing and handling of RDF (Resource Description Framework) data.</P>
* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:FAQ MediaWiki FAQ]
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* [https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-announce MediaWiki release mailing list]
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===[[Jena-based Components for Building Semantic Web Applications]]===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>The basics of RDF and SPARQL may seem simple enough at first, but once one starts to develop a prototype, one quickly stumbles upon the same recurrent problems, such as:
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How can performance be improved by means of query caching? How can we deal with blank nodes? How to deal with result set limits? A session with Claus Stadler April 2020.</P>
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===[[The Story of Libraries and the Semantic Web]]===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>Legacy systems reach their end-of-life and libraries are loosing their traditional role of being "information gatekeepers" due to the advent of the World Wide Web. This is forcing organizations to realign their information infrastructure.</P>
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===[[Wikidata A Wikimedia Project]]===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>Wikidata is a free, collaborative, multilingual, secondary database, collecting structured data to provide support for Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, the other wikis of the Wikimedia movement, and to anyone in the world.</P>
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===[[Linked Data With Ruby and RDF.rb]]===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>A hands-on overview to produce, consume and work with Linked Data using RDF.rb and the programming language Ruby. Topics covered include: Understanding the RDF.rb object model, learning how to manipulate, parse and serialize RDF in popular formats such as Turtle, JSON-LD, and RDFa. Create and publish RDF using a Ruby-based web-framework such as Sinatra, storing RDF in various repository, including SQL DBs. Query local RDF repositories using the native SPARQL engine, access and update remote SPARQL endpoints using a SPARQL client.</P>
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===[[Semantics and Cultural Heritage meet-up at The British Museum]]===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>The British Museum, in cooperation with Lotico, will host a meet-up on the subject of semantics and cultural heritage in the Museum’s Asian Department Study room. Three talks are planned: Mapping Cultural Heritage Information to CIDOC-CRM, Representing Artist's Archives in the CIDOC-CRM family and Automatic annotation of the Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead using CIDOC-CRM, FRBRoo and Museum Linked Data.</P>
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===[[The Working Ontologist Dean Allemang and MarkLogic's Stephen Buxton]]===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>one of the world's leading web ontologists helps companies to deploy Semantic Web solutions, training, keynote talks, solution planning, technology selection, data conversion, ontology architecture and modeling. And we take a look we'll look at what happens when you add Semantic Technologies RDF and SPARQL to MarkLogic.</P>
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=== [[An Introduction to Linked Data by Sandro Hawke]] ===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>Still one of the best introductions to Linked Data and even the Semantic Web in general. If you are new to the field and interested in practical information this is a resource for you.</P>
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=== [[Meetup at the Semantic Technology Conference 2010 in San Francisco| SmartMobs with special guest Howard Rheingold]] ===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>This&nbsp;year&nbsp;our&nbsp;global&nbsp;Semantic&nbsp;Web event took place in San Francisco with special guest Howard Rheingold. Howard has a long history in online communities and has wandered the cyberspace long before we called it the web.</P>
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=== [[Jena, SPARQL and TDB - RDF at scale, a conversation with Andy Seaborne]] ===
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A conversation with Andy Seaborne about Jena, SPARQL, TDB and RDF at scale recorded live at the Lotico Semantic Web event in San Francisco
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===[[Using The Semantic Web To Answer Questions|Linked Data in Watson:Using The Semantic Web To Answer Questions]]===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>A team at IBM Research is working to build Watson, a computing system that can understand and answer complex questions with enough precision and speed to compete against the best human quiz show competitors. As with the previous AI grand challenge attempted at IBM Research, (playing chess at a grand master level) the principle challenges for machines to achieve expert performance are fundamentally different than for people.</P>
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===[[Getting started with SPARQL by Bob DuCharme]]===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee once said that <i>"trying to use the Semantic Web without SPARQL is like trying to use a relational database without SQL."</i> The W3C standard SPARQL query language is getting nearer to its 1.1 release, and more and more people are using it with free and commercial software to retrieve data from public and private sources.</P>
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===[[RuleML - Where Web Rule Research Meets Industry]]===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>RuleML is an open international network of individuals and groups from both industry and academia, with shared interests in rules, and rules on the Semantic Web.</P>
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===[[Semantic Web for Java Developers - Steve Hamby]]===
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<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>Confessions of a Semantic Web evangelist. The Semantic Web (a.k.a. Web 3.0) is coming ... or, maybe it's already here! CIOs are investing in Semantic Web infrastructure; governments are spending millions on linked open data. So, what is the Semantic Web? How do you get involved? This presentation will answer these questions.</P>
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=== [http://vimeo.com/11529540 Semantic Web Voices Film: Web 3.0]===
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[http://www.lotico.com/resource/member_10328514 Kate Ray] has independently produced a short story about the Semantic Web
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==A selection of local community groups==
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[[Berlin Semantic Web Meetup|Berlin]]<br>
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[[Lotico Boston Semantic Web|Boston]]<br>
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[[Canberra Semantic Web|Canberra]]<br>
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[[Central Florida Semantic Web Meetup|Central Florida]]<br>
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[[Central Maryland Semantic Web Group|Central Maryland]]<br>
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[[London Semantic Web Meetup|London]]<br>
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[[Los Angeles Semantic Web Meetup|Los Angeles]]<br>
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[[Milano Semantic Web Meetup|Milano]]<br>
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[[Munchen-Semantic-Web-Meetup|M&uuml;nchen]]<br>
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[[SWNYC|New York]]<br>
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[[Oslo Semantic Web Meetup|Oslo]]<br>
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[[Rome Semantic Web Meetup|Rome]]<br>
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</TD><TD VALIGN="Top">
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[[San Francisco Semantic Web Meetup|San Francisco]]<br>
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[[Seattle Semantic Web Meetup|Seattle]]<br>
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[[Toronto Semantic Web Meetup|Toronto]]<br>
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[[Vienna Semantic Web Meetup|Vienna]]<br>
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[[Washington Semantic Web Meetup|Washington]]<br>
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[[Zurich Semantic Web Meetup|Zurich]]<br>
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[http://www.lotico.com/index.php/Meet_the_IPTC_and_learn_about_rNews_@_The_New_York_Times http://www.lotico.com/images/NYT_Sandhaus.jpg]
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<center>http://www.lotico.com/images/kona.jpg</center>
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<i>community spotlight:</i><br>
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[[Berlin Semantic Web Meetup]]
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==Past Events==
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[[List of Lotico Events]]
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==Recent==
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[[Jena-based Components for Building Semantic Web Applications]]
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[[Wikidata A Wikimedia Project]]
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[[Semantic Annotation in Content Management Systems]]
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[[SHACL - Shaping the Big Ball of Data Mud: W3C's Shapes Constraint Language]]
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[[Applying Ontologies to Linked Data - Ontotext at John Wiley & Sons]]
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[[How Best Buy is using the Semantic Web and Google Squared]]
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[[Techniques used in RDF Data Publishing at Nature Publishing Group]]
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[[Unconference: NLP, Text Analytics, and Semantic Technologies|NLP, Text Analytics, and Semantic Technologies]]
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[[Wikidata & rNews - Structuring the world's data]]
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[[Data Stories - Modelling Historical Events & Design Digital Narratives with Data]]
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[[Graphs with SQL & IBM DB2 - RDF Graph Store]]
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[[Semantic Technologies in Financial Services]]
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[[DotNetRDF Everyday Tools for the Semantic Web Developer and RDF updates]]
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[[Semantic Web technologies at BBN, SHARD & Semantic Software Architecture (EIW)|Semantic Web technologies at BBN]]
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[[Stardog, Needle and Virtuoso|Stardog, Needle & Virtuoso]]
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[[SHARD - A distributed triple-store built on top of Hadoop]]
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[[Emergent Analytics: Semantics for Next Generation Enterprise Analytic Capability|Emergent Analytics]]
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[[Data Gov - Bringing Government and Scientific Data to the Web|Data Gov]]
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[[Meetup with Sir Tim Berners-Lee 2009|Meetup with Sir Tim Berners-Lee]]
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[[ISWC Meetup with Neo4J|Neo4j - The Benefits of Graph Databases]]
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[[PLoS - The Public Library of Science and Publishing on the Semantic Web]]
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[[What's in a Link]]
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[[RIF - W3C Rules Interchange Format with Chris Welty]]
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==W3C Corner==
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[https://www.w3.org/2013/data/ W3C DATA ACTIVITY - Building the Web of Data]
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==Mailing List==
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[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/lotico-list lotico list]
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==SPARQL==
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[http://www.lotico.com/browser/ http://www.lotico.com/images/sparql.gif]
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Latest revision as of 10:38, 29 June 2020

Welcome to lotico - an open, distributed community, a Semantic Social Network that brings Location, Time, Community and concepts together for You and more than 70,000 members worldwide.

featured event:

The Many Shapes of SHACL
with Holger Knublauch
June 2020


lotico.com is your gateway to an open community that shares a common interest in Data on the Web and the Semantic Web vision, a common framework for data to be shared and reused across applications, platforms and community boundaries. If you live, work or visit a location with an active community and you are interested to participate you are welcome to join. lotico develops and promotes standards, and cooperates closely with standard groups in particular with regards to Semantic Web technologies and data on the web.

Events

Eclipse RDF4J - Working with RDF in Java

an event with Jeen Broekstra May 2020. Eclipse RDF4J is a powerful open source Java framework for processing and handling of RDF (Resource Description Framework) data.

Jena-based Components for Building Semantic Web Applications

The basics of RDF and SPARQL may seem simple enough at first, but once one starts to develop a prototype, one quickly stumbles upon the same recurrent problems, such as: How can performance be improved by means of query caching? How can we deal with blank nodes? How to deal with result set limits? A session with Claus Stadler April 2020.

The Story of Libraries and the Semantic Web

Legacy systems reach their end-of-life and libraries are loosing their traditional role of being "information gatekeepers" due to the advent of the World Wide Web. This is forcing organizations to realign their information infrastructure.

Wikidata A Wikimedia Project

Wikidata is a free, collaborative, multilingual, secondary database, collecting structured data to provide support for Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, the other wikis of the Wikimedia movement, and to anyone in the world.

Linked Data With Ruby and RDF.rb

A hands-on overview to produce, consume and work with Linked Data using RDF.rb and the programming language Ruby. Topics covered include: Understanding the RDF.rb object model, learning how to manipulate, parse and serialize RDF in popular formats such as Turtle, JSON-LD, and RDFa. Create and publish RDF using a Ruby-based web-framework such as Sinatra, storing RDF in various repository, including SQL DBs. Query local RDF repositories using the native SPARQL engine, access and update remote SPARQL endpoints using a SPARQL client.

Semantics and Cultural Heritage meet-up at The British Museum

The British Museum, in cooperation with Lotico, will host a meet-up on the subject of semantics and cultural heritage in the Museum’s Asian Department Study room. Three talks are planned: Mapping Cultural Heritage Information to CIDOC-CRM, Representing Artist's Archives in the CIDOC-CRM family and Automatic annotation of the Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead using CIDOC-CRM, FRBRoo and Museum Linked Data.

The Working Ontologist Dean Allemang and MarkLogic's Stephen Buxton

one of the world's leading web ontologists helps companies to deploy Semantic Web solutions, training, keynote talks, solution planning, technology selection, data conversion, ontology architecture and modeling. And we take a look we'll look at what happens when you add Semantic Technologies RDF and SPARQL to MarkLogic.

An Introduction to Linked Data by Sandro Hawke

Still one of the best introductions to Linked Data and even the Semantic Web in general. If you are new to the field and interested in practical information this is a resource for you.

SmartMobs with special guest Howard Rheingold

This year our global Semantic Web event took place in San Francisco with special guest Howard Rheingold. Howard has a long history in online communities and has wandered the cyberspace long before we called it the web.

Jena, SPARQL and TDB - RDF at scale, a conversation with Andy Seaborne

A conversation with Andy Seaborne about Jena, SPARQL, TDB and RDF at scale recorded live at the Lotico Semantic Web event in San Francisco

Linked Data in Watson:Using The Semantic Web To Answer Questions

A team at IBM Research is working to build Watson, a computing system that can understand and answer complex questions with enough precision and speed to compete against the best human quiz show competitors. As with the previous AI grand challenge attempted at IBM Research, (playing chess at a grand master level) the principle challenges for machines to achieve expert performance are fundamentally different than for people.

Getting started with SPARQL by Bob DuCharme

Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee once said that "trying to use the Semantic Web without SPARQL is like trying to use a relational database without SQL." The W3C standard SPARQL query language is getting nearer to its 1.1 release, and more and more people are using it with free and commercial software to retrieve data from public and private sources.

RuleML - Where Web Rule Research Meets Industry

RuleML is an open international network of individuals and groups from both industry and academia, with shared interests in rules, and rules on the Semantic Web.

Semantic Web for Java Developers - Steve Hamby

Confessions of a Semantic Web evangelist. The Semantic Web (a.k.a. Web 3.0) is coming ... or, maybe it's already here! CIOs are investing in Semantic Web infrastructure; governments are spending millions on linked open data. So, what is the Semantic Web? How do you get involved? This presentation will answer these questions.

Semantic Web Voices Film: Web 3.0

Kate Ray has independently produced a short story about the Semantic Web

A selection of local community groups

Berlin
Boston
Canberra
Central Florida
Central Maryland
London

Los Angeles
Milano
München
New York
Oslo
Rome

San Francisco
Seattle
Toronto
Vienna
Washington
Zurich


      

NYT_Sandhaus.jpg

kona.jpg

community spotlight:
Berlin Semantic Web Meetup

Past Events

List of Lotico Events

Recent

Jena-based Components for Building Semantic Web Applications

Wikidata A Wikimedia Project

Semantic Annotation in Content Management Systems

SHACL - Shaping the Big Ball of Data Mud: W3C's Shapes Constraint Language

Applying Ontologies to Linked Data - Ontotext at John Wiley & Sons

How Best Buy is using the Semantic Web and Google Squared

Techniques used in RDF Data Publishing at Nature Publishing Group

NLP, Text Analytics, and Semantic Technologies

Wikidata & rNews - Structuring the world's data

Data Stories - Modelling Historical Events & Design Digital Narratives with Data

Graphs with SQL & IBM DB2 - RDF Graph Store

Semantic Technologies in Financial Services

DotNetRDF Everyday Tools for the Semantic Web Developer and RDF updates

Semantic Web technologies at BBN

Stardog, Needle & Virtuoso

SHARD - A distributed triple-store built on top of Hadoop

Emergent Analytics

Data Gov

Meetup with Sir Tim Berners-Lee

Neo4j - The Benefits of Graph Databases

PLoS - The Public Library of Science and Publishing on the Semantic Web

What's in a Link

RIF - W3C Rules Interchange Format with Chris Welty

W3C Corner

W3C DATA ACTIVITY - Building the Web of Data


Mailing List

lotico list

SPARQL

sparql.gif