- the motivations behind publishing Linked (Open) Data compared to the traditional centralized data silos. Then, we will discuss the basic principles and building blocks of the Linked Data.
- the knowledge and tools required to generate, store, query, analyze, and visualize Linked Data.
Throughout the lectures, we will provide hands-on sessions for people to practice and interact with Linked Data in the domain of science and innovation studies. We will demonstrate how the data available within RISIS can be linked to, and in that way enriched by, open data. Various services embedded in the Semantically Mapping Science (SMS) platform will be used for this.