FAGI-gis: A Tool for Fusing Geospatial RDF Data
In this demonstration, we present FAGI-gis, a tool for fusing geospatial RDF data. FAGI-gis is the core component of the FAGI framework, which handles all the steps of the fusion process of two interlinked RDF datasets in order to produce an integrated, aligned and richer dataset that combines data and metadata from both initial datasets. In the demonstation, we showcase how a user can use FAGI-gis’s map based UI to perform several fusion actions on linked geospatial entities, considering both spatial and non-spatial properties of them.
This work was supported by a grant from the EU’s 7th Framework Programme (2007–2013) provided for the project GeoKnow (GA no. 318159).
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