In the fourth part of our Linked Data 101 series we'll have a quick look what queries look like.
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The CONSTRUCT form of SPARQL is a really useful when working with large RDF datasets as it makes it easy to pull out a small graph that you can then work on locally. This post goes through the basics of using SPARQL CONSTRUCT and shows some "stupid SPARQL tricks" you can achieve with CONSTRUCT.
Following on from the previous post about Visualizing data in Excel, I decided to have a look at how easy it would be to load data from a SPARQL endpoint into an Excel Power Map.
I was privileged to be one of the attendees of the Open Data on the Web workshop organized by W3C and hosted by Google in London this week. I say privileged because the gathering brought together researchers, developers and entrepreneurs from all around the world together in a unique mix that I'm sure won't be achieved again until Phil Archer at W3C organizes the next one.