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Providing easy to use methods for visual analysis of Linked Data is often hindered by the complexity of semantic technologies. On the other hand, semantic information inherent to Linked Data provides opportunities to support the user in interactively analysing the data. This paper provides a demonstration of an interactive, Web-based visualisa-tion tool,(More)
Research papers are published in various digital libraries, which deploy their own meta-models and technologies to manage, query, and analyze scientific facts therein. Commonly they only consider the meta-data provided with each article, but not the contents. Hence, reaching into the contents of publications is inherently a tedious task. On top of that,(More)
Research depends to a large degree on the availability and quality of primary research data, i.e., data generated through experiments and evaluations. While the Web in general and Linked Data in particular provide a platform and the necessary technologies for sharing, managing and utilizing research data, an ecosystem supporting those tasks is still(More)
Finding, organizing and analyzing research data (i.e. publications) published in various digital libraries are often tedious tasks. Each digital library deploys their own meta-model and technology to query and analyze the knowledge (in further text, scientific facts) contained in research publications. The goal of the EU-funded research project CODE is to(More)
Visualizations have a distinctive advantage when dealing with the information overload problem: being grounded in basic visual cognition, many people understand visualizations. However, when it comes to creating them, it requires specific expertise of the domain and underlying data to determine the right representation. Although there are rules that help(More)