The project Linked Data for Professional Education (LD4PE), funded between 2014 and 2017 by the Institute of Museum and Library Studies (IMLS) and lead by the University of Washington Information School, developed a web-based exploratorium to support structured discovery of online learning resources about Linked Data. The project produced this website, which has been converted into a static site for preservation, and a Linked Data Competency Index. DCMI will keep this site online on a "best effort" basis as long as resources permit. The Internet Archive's Wayback Machine should be regarded as the source of archival copies for the long term.

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Monitors and updates lists which report the status of SPARQL endpoints.

SPARQL Endpoint Probe Service

This is a PHP-based tool for probing statistics about SPARQL endpoints. These include: number of triples stored, number of triples in named graphs, number of [...]

By |January 16th, 2017|Comments Off on SPARQL Endpoint Probe Service

Watch this: Probe the Semantic Web with SPARQL

One thing that is immediately obvious from the triple pattern of SPARQL queries is that harvesting information from the Semantic Web is more complex than [...]

By |January 16th, 2016|Comments Off on Watch this: Probe the Semantic Web with SPARQL

[email protected] Mail Archives

A public mailing list dedicated to discussing development of and with SPARQL: "Discussion of SPARQL software: building it, using it, etc.". Archived discussions about building [...]

By |January 16th, 2016|Comments Off on [email protected] Mail Archives

FEATR: SPARQL Feature Detection

This video discusses FEATR, a tool which was developed as a practical solution for Web developers to detect the features of a SPARQL endpoint and [...]

By |September 15th, 2015|Comments Off on FEATR: SPARQL Feature Detection

Discoverability of SPARQL Endpoints for Linked Open Data

In "Design Issues", Tim Berners-Lee stated that "to make the data be effectively linked, someone who only has the URI of something must be able [...]

By |August 13th, 2015|0 Comments