Visualisualisation of Semantic Relations

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Has conference::SMWCon Fall 2014
{{#set: Has title=Visualisualisation of Semantic Relations |template=BySetTemplateSimpleValueOutput}}
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Description: [[Has description::Based on VisualRDF, the Knowledge Base Visualizer (see demo below) allows to visualize RDF-data delivered from a SPARQL-Endpoint as a netzwork-graph. It is possible, to filter nodes and links via and their apperance (color, shape, size) via two seperate SPARQL-queries completely customizable.]]
Speaker(s): {{#set:Has speaker=Tim Stein}}Tim Stein
Slides: see here
Type: {{#set:Has talk type=Talk}}Talk, {{#set:Has talk type=Demo}}Demo, {{#set:Has talk type=Presentation}}Presentation
Audience: {{#set:Has audience type=Everyone}}Everyone, {{#set:Has audience type=Developers}}Developers, {{#set:Has audience type=Business people}}Business people, {{#set:Has audience type=Academics}}Academics
Event start: Has planned start::2014/10/02 05:00:00 PM
Event finish: Has planned finish::2014/10/02 05:30:00 PM
Length: Has duration::30
Video: click here
Keywords: Has keyword::Enterprise Knowledge Management, Has keyword::API, Has keyword::Mapping, Has keyword::SPARQL
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{{#set: Has video plain=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsKqC73LBew&list=PLv4ZNIEr6SqWjHJvegO9uLze1d7yy0jpk&index=11 }} Based on VisualRDF, the Knowledge Base Visualizer (see demo below) allows to visualize RDF-data delivered from a SPARQL-Endpoint as a netzwork-graph. It is possible, to filter nodes and links via and their apperance (color, shape, size) via two seperate SPARQL-queries completely customizable.

The tool war created in a seminar at KIT (AIFB) in collaboration with my tutor Benedikt Kämpgen. As an industrial engineering student, I was interested in the matter of knowlegde management and thought, that visualizing data is a key to understand complex semantic data structures better.

The presentation will demonstrate the tool and to create the foundation for a discussion on different possibilities of usage.


Live-Demo

GitHub