(903) Creating visualizations using Linked Open Data

A session at Mozilla Festival 2012

Sunday 11th November, 2012

11:00am to 2:00pm (GMT)

This session focuses on how to use multiple sources of Linked Open Data to create visualizations that later will be used in blogs, articles, etc.

Using tools like SPARQL and Visualbox we will learn how to use Linked Open Data available on the Web to create visualizations.

Since the tools used are Open Source, we are encouraging collaboration and feedback from the audience on how to improve them and make them easier for everyone to use.

Who should come?

  • Some familiarity with HTML, SPARQL and programming languages is highly recommended but not necessary.

About the speaker

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Alvaro Graves

PhD. Semantic Guitarist. Data Scientist. [Linked|Open] Data hacker. Visualization maker. Drupalista. I suspect Life is Turing-computable. Opinions are my own. bio from Twitter

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12 attendees

  • Ændrew Rininsland
  • Alvaro Graves
  • Nicola Hughes
  • Greg Roodt
  • Hilary Fung
  • jmatsushita
  • Miguel Paz
  • Chris Jamieson
  • Rob Hammond
  • Tom Wills
  • Toni Hermoso Pulido
  • VisualizingPalestine

6 trackers

  • Renata Avila
  • Ketan Majmudar
  • María Yáñez
  • othermixed
  • Tobias Pfeiffer
  • michalis vafopoulos

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Mozilla Festival 2012

England England, London

9th11th November 2012

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Time 11:00am2:00pm GMT

Date Sun 11th November 2012


9. Floor, Ravensbourne

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