SPARQL Endpoint set-up and load any twitter profile into the RDF Store
November 29, 2010 4 Comments
This weekend I optimized the triplification and annotation process for every twitter user. From now on it is possible to load any twitter user and store the annotated triples in the ARC2 TripleStore. A SPARQL endpoint allows querying
For now you can be load your own twitter account and associated tweets into the system with this url:
Contribute to the semantic web and do it NOW! Any questions or extreme load times, I will be happily to look into and fix it!
The SPARQL Endpoint can be accessed on:
An example query is all persons who live in Austria:
Dynamic loading of users based on a random path has proven useful in some cases. Or a path could start from a user and then peform some kind of heuristic search through its friends and its friends friends and so on. Thereby activating first a sneak peak profile to calculate the node weights and so determining an optimal path. But then search time would increase significantly. This problem is matter for the next iteration.
- Thinking about interlinking datacontexts (laurensgoessemantic.wordpress.com)
- From a valid RDF/XML for Twitter users to a dynamic SPARQL Endpoint (laurensgoessemantic.wordpress.com)
- Mining microblogs using semantic technologies (laurensgoessemantic.wordpress.com)
- My Understanding of SPARQL, the First Attempt… (ouseful.info)