Browsing Archives of Author »Leigh Dodds«

So Long, And Thanks for All the Data



The Kasabi website and APIs have now been shutdown. Thank you to everyone that tried the service and provided feedback. The team has had a fantastic journey over the last two years and we’ve learnt an incredible amount. The about page on the blog now has a brief summary of the project and what we […]

Archive of Datasets



In the announcement last week that we’re shutting down Kasabi, we said that we would make an archive of the datasets available. There is a list of download links now available. The spreadsheet lists each of the datasets, their license and a download link for the data. The spreadsheet contains nearly 200 datasets that were publicly available in Kasabi. […]

Shutting Down Kasabi



When we launched Kasabi we set out with a big vision that encompassed new ways to publish, share and create value from data. Our goal was to create a self-service environment that made it easier to publish data using a standard set of APIs, and support developers in finding and using that data. In this we’ve been moderately successfull: […]

Taking Kasabi to the next stage



For the past 18 months Talis has been incubating Kasabi, helping it to grow from an experimental project into a thriving service. This year we’ve taken the service first into private and then public beta, and are making great progress towards a full live release. We’re now confident that it’s time for Kasabi to grow more rapidly […]

Welcoming William Waites to Team Kasabi



As I recently pointed out, I’ve been working hard to find more talented people to join Team Kasabi. One of the key roles we’ve had open for a while is “Data Engineer”. We’re working with a lot of different datasets in a lot of different domains and need help to ramp up the volume of […]

Beyond the Triple Count



On Monday I gave a talk at the SemTechBiz conference: “The RDF Report Card: Beyond the Triple Count“. I’ve published the slides on Slideshare which I’ve embedded below, but I thought I’d also post some of my notes here. The RDF Report Card: Beyond the Triple Count View more presentations from Leigh Dodds I’ve felt […]

Linked Data in Kasabi



There have been some questions recently about Linked Data support in Kasabi, so in this post I wanted to provide a few pointers on how we support Linked Data publishing, and how to access the data. First of all, I’ll note that there’s a screencast that shows a complete worked example of how to publish […]


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