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Tabulator: Generic data browser

Tabulator: Generic data browser
The Tabulator project is a generic data browser and editor. Using outline and table modes, it provides a way to browse RDF data on the web. RDF is the standard for inter-application data exchange. You can use it in two ways As a Firefox Add-on The tabulator extension is a Firefox extension which allows Firefox to handle data as well as documents. As a web application The tabulator online version is a set of open source Javascript scripts ("AJAX") which can run in any web page to add data browsing. The Tabulator is open source under the W3C software license. Try it: About it: Publications: Berners-Lee, T., Hollenbach, J., Lu, K., Presbrey, J., Pru d'ommeaux, E. and schraefel, m. c. , Tabulator Redux: Writing Into the Semantic Web, unpublished, 2007. For Developers: Thanks to all those who have provided feedback, code patches etc. Data links Only if you have a data browser, such as ffox+Tabulator extension, installed. Tabulator project

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gFacet - Visual Data Web Complex semantic querying made easy! gFacet is a new approach to explore RDF data by combining graph-based visualization with faceted filtering techniques. The facets are represented as nodes in a graph visualization and can be interactively added and removed by the users in order to produce individual search interfaces. Even multiple and distantly connected facets can be integrated in the graph facilitating the access of information from different user-defined perspectives. gFacet is based on the open source framework Adobe Flex and uses SPARQL queries to access RDF datasets.

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Tools This page gives an overview of software tools related to the Semantic Web or to semantic technologies in general. Due to the large amount of tools being created in the community, this site is always somewhat outdated. Contributions and updates are welcomed. Linked Data - Design Issues Up to Design Issues The Semantic Web isn't just about putting data on the web. It is about making links, so that a person or machine can explore the web of data. With linked data, when you have some of it, you can find other, related, data. RelFinder - Visual Data Web Are you interested in how things are related with each other? The RelFinder helps to get an overview: It extracts and visualizes relationships between given objects in RDF data and makes these relationships interactively explorable. Highlighting and filtering features support visual analysis both on a global and detailed level. The RelFinder is based on the open source framework Adobe Flex, easy-to-use and works with any RDF dataset that provides standardized SPARQL access. Check out the following links for some examples:

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