Mapping metadata to a common schema

One of the challenges in aggregating metadata is to unify the different schemata of the data sources, to make the data searchable through a single common schema. There are advantages to maintaining the...

Can one desire too much of a good th...

Our blog post title (from As You Like It (Act IV, Scene 1) reflects our desire for your feedback on our Will’s World Registry online hack event. We have had some fantastic comments back already –...

Online Hack Event

Our Will’s World project is soon coming to an end. While we are busy populating the Shakespeare Registry with great data, we are keen to put this wonderful resource to good use. How can we achieve this...

SPARQL – What’s up with ...

The title of this post is intended to convey a touch of bewilderment through use of a phrase from the Cliff Clavin school of observational comedy. Linked data and SPARQL In the linked data world, SPARQL...

“I shall lose my life for want...

The Will’s World registry is intended to record three categories of data: Metadata about services Metadata harvested or contributed from those services Annotated plays The first will describe the...

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