Linguistic Linked Open Data for humanists – Anas Fahad Khan

Having achieved popularity as a way of publishing and accessing data in different fields of the sciences and for sharing large encyclopaedic datasets such as DBpedia (derived from Wikipedia), linked data is becoming more and more popular in different areas of the humanities.

The course also included participation from Giulia Pedonese and Michele Mallia (CNR-ILC, Italy).

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