To build the best open datasets, studies show that stakeholder involvement is key, and it has always been at the heart of what we do. Today, I want to explain the vision of the future with a web of data that is built by stakeholders.
One of the benefits of having a deep-dive data portal is that you can connect your data together and enrich your data pages
Publishing good quality data has technical and financial hurdles, so we're releasing a free cloud-based data publishing platform to directly deal with these challenges
The co-operative movement's ideology and approach to collaboration using digital technologies makes for a fertile ground for Linked Data standards.
Bristol GGD are a social and networking group for women who are interested in science, technology, engineering and other geeky things.
ODCamp3 brought all the open data enthusiasts to Bristol's sunny harbourside this weekend, we went along as sponsor, organiser, volunteer and attendee.
In the fourth part of our Linked Data 101 series we'll have a quick look what queries look like.
The slides and notes from a short presentation introducing the theory of why we would use linked data.
A walk-through in using our Level Up converter to go from 3-star to 4-star data using the theory learnt in parts 1 and 2 of this series.
In the second of our Linked Data 101 series, we'll talk about predicates and how shared vocabularies make published data more reusable.
Let's take a look the first stumbling block that people hit when they first start looking at linked data - what's with all the URIs?!
Looking for a way to see what your CSV files will look like as RDF? Look no further...
We are offering a series of FREE 1 hour webinar on Linked Data and related topics. Read on for details and the sign-up links!
Highlights from the second ODCamp UK - held in Manchester on 9-10 October.
With the Data Platform you have full control of publishing unlimited datasets in the admin control panel, while still publishing data as standards-compliant, 5 star Linked Open Data. We also offer a 50% discount to not-for-profit and public sector organisations.
A recent talk given by DataKind UK gets us thinking about the attitudes to Open Data in the charity sector. Is there a reluctance to share data? If so, how can this be addressed to help charities collaborate and collectively work towards common goals.
Data portals are a new drain on IT department budgets, but does it really need to be that way?