ABSTAT: Linked Data Summaries with ABstraction and STATistics
While much work has focused on continuously publishing Linked Open Data, little work considers how to help consumers to better understand existing datasets. ABSTAT framework aims at providing a better understanding of big and complex datasets by extracting summaries of linked data sets based on an ontology-driven data abstraction model. Our ABSTAT framework takes as input a data set and an ontology and returns an ontology-driven data summary as output. The summary is exported into RDF and then made accessible through a SPARQL endpoint and a web interface to support the navigation.
This research has been supported in part by FP7/2013-2015 COMSODE (under contract number FP7-ICT-611358).
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