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install SemanticWiki #4

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rcrath opened this Issue Feb 25, 2015 · 6 comments

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rcrath commented Feb 25, 2015

rdf fields in xml docs
Jeanette would like to pull fields from her blues women database (http://dahi.manoa.hawaii.edu/omeka/exhibits/show/blueswomen). the field contents are part of an rdf ontology. Is there any way to call a field into an html or xml document so that the field content appears as text?

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Here is an example of what I mean. In the example, they show a table generated on the fly. I would like to be able to have a query that returns a single result show that result in line as a "word" in a sentence, or perhaps a linked word. It would be great to be able to generate in line media this way, something like {{#ask [singer: "billie Holiday"] [song:strange Fruit] | mediafile.mov | is a player }} which would put a player in as an iframe. Simpler case would be something like

{{#ask [singer: Billie Holiday] | name]}, born in {{#ask [singer: Billie Holiday] | birthyear]}, is {{#ask [singer: Billie Holiday] | isfamous]} for singing the {{#ask [singer: Billie Holiday] | genre]}.

which should yield (if actually learned the query language and we had these fields):

Billie Holiday, born in 1915, is famous for singing the blues.

with some kind of pop over/linking mechanism to the whole record on each returned value.
Mediawiki seems to have it. Wonder if it is available anywhere else, especially Omeka? I put a query in on the Omeka BB now that I have an example.

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Here is an example of what I mean. In the example, they show a table generated on the fly. I would like to be able to have a query that returns a single result show that result in line as a "word" in a sentence, or perhaps a linked word. It would be great to be able to generate in line media this way, something like {{#ask [singer: "billie Holiday"] [song:strange Fruit] | mediafile.mov | is a player }} which would put a player in as an iframe. Simpler case would be something like

{{#ask [singer: Billie Holiday] | name]}, born in {{#ask [singer: Billie Holiday] | birthyear]}, is {{#ask [singer: Billie Holiday] | isfamous]} for singing the {{#ask [singer: Billie Holiday] | genre]}.

which should yield (if actually learned the query language and we had these fields):

Billie Holiday, born in 1915, is famous for singing the blues.

with some kind of pop over/linking mechanism to the whole record on each returned value.
Mediawiki seems to have it. Wonder if it is available anywhere else, especially Omeka? I put a query in on the Omeka BB now that I have an example.

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Changing this to install SemanticWiki

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rcrath commented May 22, 2015

Changing this to install SemanticWiki

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@damg70 here is the inline rdf issue. rdf and dublin core are easy to find out about.

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rcrath commented May 27, 2015

@damg70 here is the inline rdf issue. rdf and dublin core are easy to find out about.

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have dahisem MediaWIki installed, now need to install smwiki on top.

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rcrath commented Jul 30, 2015

have dahisem MediaWIki installed, now need to install smwiki on top.

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@halljt and @lquiroga00
Semantic wiki instance is installed at dahisem. it is for using rdf (see above for examples). You can get familiar with semanticwiki here.If you want to use it apply for an account and I'll set you up as an admin. @lquiroga00 , feel free to use semantic wiki here and our omeka install, which also uses rdf, for your classes. Let's collaborate! maybe someone would be interested in helping Jeanette test out blues women on the semantic wiki to see if that works. I'll do some testing too, since I am curious. We should in theory be able to export the Blues women project as rdf from omeka and import it here, but it depends on whether the function is actually implemented.

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@halljt and @lquiroga00
Semantic wiki instance is installed at dahisem. it is for using rdf (see above for examples). You can get familiar with semanticwiki here.If you want to use it apply for an account and I'll set you up as an admin. @lquiroga00 , feel free to use semantic wiki here and our omeka install, which also uses rdf, for your classes. Let's collaborate! maybe someone would be interested in helping Jeanette test out blues women on the semantic wiki to see if that works. I'll do some testing too, since I am curious. We should in theory be able to export the Blues women project as rdf from omeka and import it here, but it depends on whether the function is actually implemented.

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@lquiroga00 @halljt if you want to try this out, let me know and I will create an account for you.

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rcrath commented Aug 1, 2015

@lquiroga00 @halljt if you want to try this out, let me know and I will create an account for you.

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