Sessions at Strata 2012 about Open Graph Protocol and and Big Data

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Wednesday 29th February 2012

  • Linked Data: Turning the Web into a Context Graph

    by Leigh Dodds

    There are many different approaches to putting data on the web, ranging from bulk downloads through to rich APIs. These styles suit a range of different data processing and integration patterns. But the history of the web has shown that value and network effects follow from making things addressable.

    Facebook’s Open Graph,, and a recent scramble towards a “Rosetta Stone” for geodata, are all examples of a trend towards linking data across the web. Weaving data into the web simplifies data integration. Big Data offers ways to mine huge datasets for insight. Linked Data creates massively inter-connected datasets that can be mined or drawn upon to enrich queries and analysis

    This talk will look at the concept of Linked Data and how a rapidly growing number of inter-connected databases, from a diverse range of sources, can be used to contextualise Big Data.

    At 4:50pm to 5:30pm, Wednesday 29th February

    In Ballroom E, Santa Clara Convention Center

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