All posts by Teodora Petkova

About Teodora Petkova

Teodora is a philologist fascinated by the metamorphoses of text on the Web. Curious about our networked lives, she explores how the Semantic Web vision unfolds, transforming the possibilities of the written word.

Weaving Data Into Texts: The Value of Semantic Annotation

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Semantic annotation is about weaving data into textual sources. In semantically annotated texts, certain words (denoting things, people, locations, organizations, etc) are linked to data – that is, to context and references that can be processed by an algorithm.

Exploring Linked Open Data with FactForge

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Our way out of data confusion and into data abundance is the portion of the growingly interconnected data on the web. With FactForge as a convenient entry point to the web of interconnected data, we can turn the exciting opportunities that data flows on the web can pour into our business into real experience.

What is GraphDB and how can it help you run a smart data-driven business?

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Learn about GraphDB through the solutions it offers in a simple and easy to understand way. In this presentation we have unpacked GraphDB for you, using as little tech talk as possible. Read on and see what Ontotext’s semantic graph database has to do with pasta making.

Linked Data for Libraries: Our New Librarians

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In a web increasingly about data and relationships, semantic technologies are key to bringing audiences back to libraries and making library archives and collections visible and accessible. For in today’s information age, libraries are not only to store and organize content but to also to provide knowledge discovery experiences.

Working with Data Just Got Easier: Converting Tabular Data into RDF Within GraphDB

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OntoRefine is a new addition to GraphDB that allows you to do many ETL (extract, transform and load) tasks over tabular data via an intuitive user interface. It makes the process of filtering and editing inconsistent data easy and frictionless.

GraphDB: Answers for Kids of All Ages

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Kids of all ages have two things in common: they all tend to make clutter and mess and they all would love to have the clutter and mess cleared up for them. And while younger kids often times have their mommies and daddies clean the mess, grown up kids prefer to use tools. GraphDB is one such tool: it is a tool for cleaning up messes of data.

The Knowledge Discovery Quest

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Surrounded by millions of bits of information, in today’s digital world we are on a knowledge discovery quest. On this quest semantic search is key. It helps us explore connections and gather information from seemingly disparate

Connectivity, Open Data and A Bag of Chips

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Often considered too technical and hard to implement Linked Open Data is actually not something outside business and free exchange as usual - it is connectivity, but on a data level. Global connectivity transformed the way we

Data Integration: Joining the Data Pieces of Your Business Puzzle

While it is a no-brainer that the better connected and communicating the units of a business, the more competitive, agile and successful it is, when it comes to enterprise data integration, the value of connectivity often remains

Cooking Up the Semantic Web

How is the Semantic Web vision unfolding and what does it take for the Web to fully reach its potential and evolve from a Web of Documents to a Web of Data through universal data representation standards.

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