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A post from Chris Scott (founder of Factmint) about his experiences of getting on the Semantic Web using FOAF and RDF.
FactMint Tables is a tool for power users and data-journalists to take their own data, CSV files, etc., and formalize it into RDF facts. The facts which are distilled from these user-entries are integrated into the rest of the knowledge base but only visible to the user who created them… so their facts are augmented with all … Continued
FactMint Researcher is the main interface to the FactMint stack. It is a Web based application which helps users build and execute complex queries in an intuitive and simple way. One of the big hurdles the Semantic Web has always faced is making the technology usable by the masses; up until now, the solution to that problem has been … Continued