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Two use case videos available

Check COMSODE use case ideas presented in short videos. One explains the options for public administrations enabled by COMSODE results, while the second brings some ideas on business applications.

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Open Data in Action

The COMSODE project has teached us all a lot. One of the surprises was, that its results focused on open data management are needed even more than we originally expected!

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Gateway to COMSODE results

Explore the key COMSODE achievements from a single point of contact. The source code is open source and methodologies are licensed CC BY 4.0 – Attribution 4.0 International.

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UnifiedViews 2.0 – What’s new

UnifiedViews logoUnifiedViews is an Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) framework that allows users – publishers, consumers, or analysts – to define, execute, monitor, debug, schedule, and share RDF data processing tasks. UnifiedViews is one of the core components of  Open Data Node – publication platform for Open data.

The data processing tasks may use custom plugins created by users. UnifiedViews differs from other ETL frameworks by natively supporting RDF data and ontologies. UnifiedViews has a graphical user interface for the administration, debugging, and monitoring of the ETL process. In this blog post, we focus on the description of new features of UnifiedViews 2.0, which was released on April 2, 2015; please see the website unifiedviews.eu for documentation of UnifiedViews, to get information how UnifiedViews may be obtained, and to see the community around UnifiedViews.

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Boosting Open Data Re-Use and Business

COMSODE has been designed around a need to publish quality data, enable their easy re-use and support businesses in building their services based on this data. This process is driven by governments implementing currently the PSI directive (deadline 6/2015) and non-govenmental sector, exploiting open data for transparency purposes. But the question stays: Where is the business?

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