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Creating a web of government linked data. John Sheridan Head of e-Services and Strategy 25 September 2009. Some key extracts…. “Mr Berners-Lee and Prof Shadbolt presented an update to Cabinet on their work advising the Government on how to make data more accessible to the public”

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Creating a web of

government linked data

John Sheridan

Head of e-Services and Strategy

25 September 2009

some key extracts
Some key extracts…
  • “Mr Berners-Lee and Prof Shadbolt presented an update to Cabinet on their work advising the Government on how to make data more accessible to the public”
  • “Sir Tim Berners-Lee told Cabinet about the goal of delivering a single online access point to Government information, similar to the one introduced by the Obama administration in the US.”
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What makes the current (document) Web work?

    • people create different documents
    • they give an address to it (ie, a URI) and make it accessible to others on the Web
in more practical terms
In more practical terms…
  • Use URIs to publish data, not only full documents
  • Link the data to other data
  • Classify the data and the links (the “terms”) to convey extra meaning
  • Use standards throughout (RDF, OWL, SKOS, SPARQL)
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