Corpus ID: 17024840

Analyzing Statistics with Background Knowledge from Linked Open Data

@inproceedings{Ristoski2013AnalyzingSW,
  title={Analyzing Statistics with Background Knowledge from Linked Open Data},
  author={Petar Ristoski and H. Paulheim},
  booktitle={SemStats@ISWC},
  year={2013}
}
Background knowledge from Linked Open Data sources, such as DBpedia, Eurostat, and GADM, can be used to create both interpretations and advanced visualizations of statistical data. In this paper, we discuss methods of linking statistical data to Linked Open Data sources and the use of the Explain-a-LOD toolkit. The paper further shows exemplary endings and visualizations created by combining the statistics datasets with Linked Open Data. 
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