The Rijksmuseum collection as Linked Data

@article{Dijkshoorn2018TheRC,
  title={The Rijksmuseum collection as Linked Data},
  author={C. Dijkshoorn and Lizzy Jongma and Lora Aroyo and J. V. Ossenbruggen and G. Schreiber and Wesley ter Weele and J. Wielemaker},
  journal={Semantic Web},
  year={2018},
  volume={9},
  pages={221-230}
}
Many museums are currently providing online access to their collections. The state of the art research in the last decade shows that it is beneficial for institutions to provide their datasets as Linked Data in order to achieve easy cross-referencing, interlinking and integration. In this paper, we present the Rijksmuseum linked dataset (accessible at http://datahub.io/dataset/rijksmuseum), along with collection and vocabulary statistics, as well as lessons learned from the process of… Expand
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