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Posted by Irene Polikoff on October 25, 2017

SHACL (SHAPES Constraint Language) is a powerful, recently released W3C standard for data modeling, ontology design, data validation, inferencing and data transformation. In this post, we explore some important ways in which SHACL can be used to support capabilities needed … Read More »

Posted by Robert Coyne on October 6, 2017

TopQuadrant recently wrapped up our attendance, sponsorship and exhibition at SEMANTiCS 2017 in Amsterdam. This year’s conference had a strong turnout with 370 attendees to be exact. This represented a growth of 33% over last year which reflects the growing … Read More »

Posted by Kristi Lee-John on September 13, 2017

* This post has been updated to reflect new questions received in the presentation of the webinar An Overview of SHACL (Shapes Constraint Language), on October 17, 2017. The webinar was our second in a series of webinars focused on … Read More »

Posted by ralph hodgson on August 25, 2017 Governance_Framework_Example_NeighborGram_small

Governance of data is not only about managing metadata of enterprise data assets, it's also about setting up a “Governance Framework” that defines business areas, data subject areas, organizations, roles and responsibilities. In this post we provide an overview of … Read More »

Posted by Robert Coyne on August 21, 2017

We all strive to make good business decisions, but with the continuous improvements in technology and data storage it can often be difficult to sift through all of the available data. Much of it may be good data—in other words, … Read More »

Posted by Irene Polikoff on July 3, 2017

For several years TopQuadrant has been a sponsor at the DGIQ Conference in San Diego. This year the conference was bigger than ever! From our own experience, we know that this reflects the continuing fast growth in the use of … Read More »

Posted by Holger Knublauch on June 13, 2017

RDF lists are a rather weak spot of the semantic technology stack. Their design is basically a linked structure of intermediate list nodes using dedicated properties rdf:rest and rdf:first. So a simple list of string literals “red”, “yellow” and “green” … Read More »

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