OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer (OSDS) version 2.22.10

We are pleased to announce immediate availability of OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer (OSDS) 2.22.10.

Release Notes — including updates from 2.21.13 to 2.22.10

  • Added — CHAT-GPT integration
  • Fixed — support for CSV data that lacks column headers

CHAT-GPT Integration

This functionality enables you to do the following:

  • Interact using prompts and/or questions
  • Export structured data to your local Filesystem, SPARQL-compliant DBMS or Store, Personal Data Space, or Solid Pod

How does it work?

  1. Trigger the question and/or prompt interface by clicking on the new CHAT-GPT action button
  2. Type or paste in your question and/or prompt text
  3. When structured data is returned, you can click on the drop-down menu at the upper-right of the response code-block, to visualize it in your chosen structured data format — CSV, JSON, JSON-LD, Turtle, XML, RSS, or Atom
  4. Click on the “doggie” invocation button — image — and then select your preferred data export destination from the drop-down menu comprising “View Raw Data”, “Download Raw Data”, “Upload to Data Space or Pod”, or “Upload to SPARQL Endpoint” options

Here’s a sequence of screenshots depicting the functionality outlined above.

  1. RDF rendition of FAQ text from OpenAI’s FAQ Page

  1. Use of drop-down within the generated code-block to select RDF-Turtle as the output format for visualization; and actual visualization

Here are some screencasts demonstrating the use of this functionality:


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