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Cooking with Kasabi

November 25, 2011 by


Some people may have noticed a change in the way Kasabi’s documentation is laid out, now that it’s more of a book of API info, help and examples. There is a couple of other new “books” up, and I want to point out the kind of Kasabi cookbook of recipes. The recipes are there to […]

Beyond the Triple Count

September 28, 2011 by


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 […]

Kasabi Podcast: Lin Clark introduces SPARQL Views for Drupal

August 22, 2011 by


On Friday, I had a conversation with Lin Clark about her work on the Drupal project, SPARQL Views. Lin is a Linked Data researcher, based at DERI, and has done a lot with data and Drupal. SPARQL Views is based on the concept of the Views module in Drupal, which allows Drupal to make requests to […]

Linked Data in Kasabi

August 12, 2011 by


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 […]

Recommended allowance of… Pytassium

August 11, 2011 by


One of the things I’ve mentioned in a few featured dataset posts is Pytassium. Pytassium is listed alongside other client libraries in the Kasabi docs, and it’s a Python creature hatching from an egg for installing etc. But what I’ve mostly been using it for is a cool trick it does when it works as […]

First Kasabi Screencasts

July 8, 2011 by


Over the last few weeks we’ve had a few people ask us for screencasts of Kasabi. So we decided to set up a YouTube account and start uploading some short videos. We’ve published two so far but you can expect to see a lot more appearing over the coming weeks. The first video, “What is […]

Giving RDF Datasets more Affordance

June 16, 2011 by


The following is a version of the talk on Creating APIs over RDF I gave at SemTech 2011. I’ve pruned some of the technical details in favour of linking out to other sources and concentrated here on the core message I was trying to get across. Comments welcome! The Trouble with SPARQL I’m a big […]


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