Category Archives: Semantic taging

Paris Musées and Wikidata: establishing links

As of 6/1/2019, my list of establishments attached to Paris Museums includes 14 museums with 16 denominations (see at the end of this post). It was built by hand from the web site de Paris Musées.I have established several methods for … Continue reading

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First contact with the tools of the Bibliographic Agency of Higher Education

As part of the SemBib project, I was led to choose a unique identifier for each author. Following my usual strategy, I started by using identifiers defined in our namespace, with our prefix. Thus, it was possible to produce results … Continue reading

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Unique Identifiers of Researchers versus Unicity of Identifiers of Researchers

As mentioned in the article “First contact with the tools of the ABES“, for the SemBib project, I started by using my own identifiers for the researchers. Then, I wanted to use identifiers coming from reference sources, starting with the … Continue reading

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Getting Started with SPARQL Access Point from the Springer Editor

As part of the SemBib project, I will discover with you the SPARQL public access point of the Springer scientific editor at http://lod.springer.com/sparql-form/index.html. For a first contact, we must get acquainted and some classic requests will help us.First, discover the … Continue reading

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A country without war

I saw the question “Is the a country that has never been in a war?” qui renvoie à “World peace? These are the only 11 countries in the world that are actually free from conflict“and I thought that’s a good exercise for … Continue reading

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