The following tutorials are currently provided here at LinkedScience.org. These tutorial materials have been used to support learning in university courses and courses for professionals as follows:
- Linked Media seminar focusing on spatial data mining & visualization at the University of Bremen
- Seminars on Media Technology (three times, 2012-2014), with varied themes on Spatial Information Usability, Information Visualization, Linked Open Data at the Aalto University
- Spatio-Temporal Information in Society at the University of Muenster
- Linked Spatial Data, a course selected for the EIT ICT Labs portfolio of blended learning courses for professionals
- Tutorial events held in international conferences (VISLOD2015, VISLOD2014, TINFOVIS2014, LODR2013, LODR4LS and TOLSCI2012)
The hosted tutorials include:
- Visual Analytics with Linked Open Data and Social Media
- Generic SPARQL tutorial for Data Exploration with handy query examples
- Exploring the Linked Brazilian Amazon Rainforest Data (LBARD):
- Linked Open Piracy Tutorial: showing how to use SPARQL Package for R
- SPARQL Package for R / Gephi—Movie star graph visualization Tutorial
- Tutorials about exploring, visualizing and analyzing data from universities:
The following tutorials are hosted at the VU University Amsterdam, as part of the Web Science tutorial.
- R Tutorial – Alice in Wonderland: Analyzing Alice in Wonderland from the Gutenberg project. Word distributions and Information Retrieval basics.
- R Tutorial – Wikipedia as a Graph: Exploring the link graph network of Wikipedia in R and Gephi (at least version 0.8.1).
- R Tutorial – Facebook: Exploring the Facebook social network in R using the Facebook Open Graph API.