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README.md

#LODRefine

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LODRefine is LOD-enabled version of OpenRefine.

OpenRefine is a power tool that allows you to load data, understand it, clean it up, reconcile it to master database, and augment it with data coming from Freebase or other web sources. All with the comfort and privacy of your own computer.

What's the difference between OpenRefine and LODRefine?

LODRefine is actually OpenRefine with integrated extensions that make transition from tabular data to Linked Data a bit easier.

Integrated extensions are:

  • RDF extension
  • DBpedia extension
  • Crowdsourcing extension
  • Stats extension

###Where can I get more information?

####LODRefine You can read about LODRefine at http://code.zemanta.com/sparkica/

####OpenRefine Look at the OpenRefine web site http://openrefine.org and the wiki http://github.com/OpenRefine/OpenRefine/wiki

###Licensing and legal issues

OpenRefine is open source software and is licensed under the BSD license located in the LICENSE.txt. See that file also for information on open source libraries that OpenRefine depends on.

###Credits

This software was created by Metaweb Technologies, Inc. and originally written and conceived by David Huynh dfhuynh@google.com. Metaweb Technologies, Inc. was acquired by Google, Inc. in July 2010 and the product was renamed Google Refine. In October 2012, it was renamed OpenRefine as it transitioned to a community-supported product.

This is the full list of contributors (in chronological order):

We welcome additional contributors if you'd like to help out.

Thank you for your interest.


The OpenRefine Development Team http://openrefine.org