Making Notes or Adding Relationship between Documents/WebPages stored to local filesystem or cloud

Ever read an article / reference guide that you wanted to take note of for future reference by making a few notes stored to your local file system or some storage location in the cloud?

You can achieve the goal outlined above, and more, via our OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer (OSDS) in three simple steps!

[1] Download and Install OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer browser extension

[2] Describe the article of interest e.g., The nature of machine learning projects using RDF-Turtle written to a local file.

In this case, simply add a relation that connects (associates or relates) the article to Machine Learning entry in the OpenLink Terminology Glossary.


## Turtle Start ##
@prefix schema: <> . 
@prefix machinelearning: <>. 
@prefix natureml: <> . 
@prefix mlvs1-image: <> . 
@prefix mlvs2-image: <>.
@prefix michaelohlsson-post: <>.
@prefix : <#> . 

a schema:WebPage ;
schema:name	"The nature of machine learning projects"@en ;
schema:image mlvs1-image:jpg, mlvs2-image:jpg ;
skos:related	machinelearning:this ;
schema:description	"""A post about the machine learning process and why 
                                    it calls for a different approach and mindset."""@en ;
schema:relatedLink natureml:this;
schema:url      michaelohlsson-post: .

## Turtle End ##

[3] Courtesy of our OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer you can verify your notes by opening up your file system document. If all is fine, you can then migrate your notes to a public location on the Web (which even includes posts to This Community Forum, Other Discourse based Forums, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram etc…)

Here’s what OSDS will reveal, wherever you post your content i.e., from your local file system to some public location, as indicated above.

Naturally, once published, you can integrate your notes into the massive LOD Cloud Knowledge Graph using our URIBurner Service, which is a public Virtuoso instance with the Virtuoso Linked Data Middleware module (a/k/a “Sponger”) enabled.

Related Links