Recording – Boost Your Data Analytics with Open Data and Public News Content

boost your analytics with Open data and news

This webinar has been recorded and available on demand.

So much information is already published on the web, but is it really at your fingertips?

Get guidance through the gigantic sea of freely available Open Data and learn how it can empower you data analytics of any kind of sources.

This webinar is a live demo of news and data analytics, based on rich links within big knowledge graphs. It will show you how to:

  • Build ranking reports (e.g for people and organisations);
  • View topics linked implicitly (e.g. daughter companies, key personnel, products …);
  • Draw trend lines;
  • Extend your analytics with additional data sources;

This knowledge will help you foster compliance and business intelligence. You will be able to discover relationships (collecting scattered indirect links), name variations and co-occurring of mentions, resulting in improved semantic press clipping.

Now, media companies can engage their audiences with relevant content, offer insightful rankings and much more.

After the webinar, all attendees will receive access to our demo platform called FactForge-News. Essentially, it is a GraphDB instance loaded with:

  • DBpedia and GeoNames (about 400 million explicit facts, describing all concepts from Wikipedia and all geographic objects on Earth);
  • news metadata from our semantic news showcase NOW.ontotext.com (about 10 000 news per month since Feb 2015, tagged with links from Wikidata and DBpedia);

Join us live to learn how to empower your data analytics with Open Data, and get advantage of exploring your own examples for the industries, regions, organisations and people you are interested in.

Your experienced tour guide throughout the session is Atanas Kiryakov, Ontotext CEO.

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