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HackerEarth is pleased to announce its next webinar on web, to help you learn from the best programmers and domain experts from all over the world.
Nowadays it is possible to find graph data everywhere around the Web. Google’s Knowledge Graph, Facebook’s Social Graph or Wikidata and DBpedia (the database versions of Wikipedia) are examples of these graph data. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standardized in 2004 a data model to represent data on the Web as a graph, the resource Description Framework (RDF) and its query language (SPARQL). Now it is possible to access Wikipedia/Wikidata/DBpedia by using that query language and easily obtain data which was hard to get before (such as the movies with a soundtrack composed by a son of that movie director). In this webinar we will quickly introduce the RDF data model to step into SPARQL and show how to obtain such data from the DBpedia, looking carefully at the graph representation of the data and SPARQL queries.
The Speaker is Carlos Buil. He is the professor in the UTFSM University in Chile. An Informatic engineer, and holds a Ph.D. degree in Computing Science.
The Webinar is scheduled for 13th January 7.30PM IST.