Introduction to a Web of Linked Data

Description

Among its many evolutions, the Web became a way to exchange data between applications. Everyday we consume and produce these data through a growing variety of applications running on a growing variety of devices. This major evolution of the Web has applications in all domains of activity.

This MOOC introduces the Linked Data standards and principles that provide the foundation of the Semantic web.

We divided this introduction into four parts :

- the fundamental principles of linked data on the Web - the RDF recommendation that provides a standard data model and syntaxes to publish and link data on  the Web- an overview of the SPARQL query language that allows us to access data sources on the Web- the standards supporting the exchange and integration of RDF data with other formats and data sources (R2RML, CSVW, JSON-LD, RDFa, GRDDL, LDP).

Course Summary

    Part 1     Principles of a Web of Linked Data

    Part 2.    The RDF Data Model

    Part 3.    SPARQL Query Language

    Part 4.    Integration with Other Data Formats and Sources

The material of this course come from a MOOC delivered on France Université Numérique : https://www.fun-mooc.fr/courses/course-v1:inria+41013+session03/about

  

Vidéo pédagogique

Conclusion of the MOOC Introduction to a Web of Linked Data
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4. Integration with Other Data Formats and Sources
  • GANDON Fabien
  • FARON-ZUCKER Catherine
  • CORBY Olivier
This part address several initiatives to integrate more and more data on the Web.
First, we will see RDFa, which is an RDF syntax inside HTML and GRDDL
to exchange transformations extracting RDF from X(HT)ML. Continuing the
integration with other data formats on the Web, we will introduce JSON-LD
which is a JSON syntax for RDF. Then we will present two sets of
recommendations to link RDF with other data standards: CSV with tabular (meta)data on the Web and R2RML to support the integration of relational databases (directly or with specified mappings). Finally, we will see LDP which provides a standardized REST API to linked data sources on the Web.
In other words, this part is emphasizing the
integration with other data standards stressing the importance of this
effort to maintain a unified architec
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Demos about  SPARQL
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3. SPARQL Query Language
  • GANDON Fabien
  • FARON-ZUCKER Catherine
  • CORBY Olivier
This third part presents the SPARQL (pronounced sparkle) Query Language that enables users to query RDF triple stores. Table of Contents
         
1. RDF Graph Pattern Matching
          2. Statements
          3. Filter, Constraint and Function          
4. Pre and Post Processing
          5. Several Query Forms           6. Results and Update
Demos on SPARQL           Demos on SPARQL
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Demos about  The RDF Data Model
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2. The RDF Data Model
  • GANDON Fabien
  • FARON-ZUCKER Catherine
  • CORBY Olivier

RDF is the first brick of the Semantic Web Standards Stack and comprises both a model and several serialization syntaxes, to publish data about anything on the Web.
It enables anyone to describe resources, in particular Web resources,
for instance indicating the author, the creation date, the title, the
broadcasting rights of a film. RDF is for the Web of Data what  HTML was
for the documentary Web in its initial metaphor: the language in which
one can describe, represent and link resources to be exchanged on the
Web. Table of Contents :

1. Describing resources
2. Triple Model and Graph Model
3. Serialization Syntaxes
4. Values, types and Languages
5. Groups 6. Naming Graphs 7. RDF Schema Demos on RDF
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Demos about a Web of Linked data
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1. Principles of a Web of Linked Data
  • GANDON Fabien
  • FARON-ZUCKER Catherine
  • CORBY Olivier
welcome to this introduction to a Web of Linked Data. This first part is dedicated to principles of the Web of Linked Data.
It will be broken down into five parts. The first part is about the Web architecture and its core
notions. The second part is one of the first evolutions of the Web, separating the presentation
and the content. The third part is an evolution, going from We
b pages to Web resources. Then
we will see the core principles that are behind the Linked Data, and we will finish with an
overview of the stack of standards and languages
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