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While it is easy to find statistics on almost every topic, coming up with an explanation about those statistics is a much more difficult task. This demo showcases the prototype tool Explain-a-LOD, which uses background knowledge from DBpedia for generating possible explanations for a statistic (This demo accompanies the ESWC paper Generating Possible Interpretations for Statistics from Linked Open Data .).
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This work was supported by the German Science Foundation (DFG) project FU 580/2 “Towards a Synthesis of Local and Global Pattern Induction (GLocSyn)”.
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