The term Linked Data refers to a series of "best practices" to publish and connect with each other through the web collections of structured data.
In recent years the growing demand from users of services that allow a high degree of interconnection between the data from different sources has led to accession by other providers of this philosophy, with the objective of building a global data space globally accessible: the web of data which is the central part of the so-called semantic web.
In this context, three factors are of the greatest interest: the semantics, the accessibility of data and their free availability to the user.
The data contained within the repository can be used directly within external applications: you can download the serialization of data in various formats (RDF / XML, CSV, turtle ...) for use offline.
You can directly query the repository of SPARQL endpoints: for example, it can be used by applications, mash-ups to create links to resources of other data sets.
To view and search the data you can use the browsers RDF public and accessible via the web. The browser provides a comprehensive overview of the resource considered making explicit links with all other information (images, pdf documents, etc..). Clicking on the link below you can see the card of Giovanni Giolitti: http://www5.wiwiss.fu-berlin.de/marbles?uri=http://dati.camera.it/ocd/persona.rdf/pr2546 on Marbles or on LodLive http://lodlive.it?http://dati.camera.it/ocd/persona.rdf/pr2546
A collection of simple examples that show some of the types of queries that you can perform on the endpoint.
ELDA (Epimorphic Linked Data Api) is a specific implementation Java of Linked Data Api and is intended to improve access to the open linked data. Through the interface you can browse and download data in various formats (RDF / XML, JSON, TTL, etc..).
In this first step of the project, ELDA is used on an experimental basis for browsing Therefore, we recommend using Firefox or Chrome.
Browse the data on ELDA: ELDA