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Making Sense of Data is the theme of Linked Science 2014

We will organize the 4th Workshop on Linked Science 2014 (LISC2014) with the focus on theme Making Sense Out of Data. LISC2014 will collocate with ISWC2014 in Riva del Garda, Trentino, Italy on October 19 or 20, 2014.

We encourage submissions on both

  1. new results through making use of semantic reasoning or
  2. making innovative combination of existing technologies (such as visualization, data mining, machine learning, and natural language processing) with Semantic Web technologies to enable better understanding of data.

LISC2014 is organized by

– Jun Zhao, Lancaster University
– Marieke van Erp, VU University Amsterdam
– Carsten Keßler, Hunter College, City University of New York
– Tomi Kauppinen, University of Bremen
– Jacco van Ossenbruggen, CWI and
– Willem Robert van Hage, SynerScope B.V.

Please check the LISC2014 pages for more information and Call for Papers.

We arrange a tutorial on Visual Analytics with LOD and Social Media on May 26, 2014 in Greece

Our VisLOD tutorial is arranged on May 26, 2014 in Anissaras (Crete, Greece) at ESWC2014 conference. The idea is to bring together researchers and practitioners interested in visual and interactive techniques for exploring Linked Open Data and Social Media for e-Governance. Our hands-on tutorial will cover technical aspects from two perspectives:

  1. Social Media analysis and
  2. Visualisation of Social Media and Linked Data.

The teachers of the VisLOD tutorial are Dr. Vitaveska Lanfranchi and Mr. Suvodeep Mazumdar from the University of Sheffield (UK) and Dr. Tomi Kauppinen from the Aalto University (Finland).

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Tutorial on Analyzing and Visualizing Linked Data with R at ESWC2013

Tutorial on Analyzing and Visualizing Linked Data with R 2013 (LODR2013)

When: May 26 or May 27, 2013
Where: Montpellier, France
Duration: half-day
Collocated with the Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC2013)—Semantics and Big Data

The openly available R package SPARQL allows to directly connect to Linked Data and use the SPARQL querying language for selecting interesting part of data for analysis. Thus it enables to meet massive and rich data sets with the analytical power of the R language and environment.

This approach and tools contribute to Linked Science and Open Science movements to support the transparency of science and to conduct transdisciplinary research.

In this tutorial we will introduce the idea and concepts about Linked Science, and show via illustrative examples about how to practically query and analyze Linked Data from within R environment for visual and statistical analysis. Tutorial materials will be published online.

Teachers of the tutorial are