Potluck: Semi-Ontology Alignment for Casual Users

@inproceedings{Huynh2007PotluckSA,
  title={Potluck: Semi-Ontology Alignment for Casual Users},
  author={David Huynh and Rob Miller and David R. Karger},
  booktitle={Semantic Web Challenge},
  year={2007}
}
Potluck is a web user interface (Figure 1) that lets casual users— those without programming skills and data modeling expertise—merge and repurpose heterogeneous Semantic Web data. It lets users merge, navigate, visualize, and clean up data all at the same time, using direct visual manipulation. This iterative process of integrating the data while constructing useful visualizations is desirable when the user is unfamiliar with the data at the beginning —a common case—and wishes to get immediate… CONTINUE READING
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Potluck: Data Mash-Up for Non-programmers

  • D. Huynh, R. Miller, D. Karger
  • ISWC
  • 2007
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