Main Purpose: Enable the execution of conventional analytic processes against linked data Features:
- Select and execute an analytic processes against a specific SPARQL query, through user-friendly interfaces with pre-configured parameters for specific algorithms.
- Integration of Weka and R analytic algorithms. Support for J48, M5P, Apriori, LinearRegression, Arima,Morans I, Kriging, NCF correlogram, ClustersNumber, Kmeans, Ward Hierarchical Agglomerative, Model Based Clustering, LinearRegression in R algorithms
- Ontology for mapping information relevant to the analytic process and the input and output sources.
- Support input and output of analytic results in RDF format (N3, Turtle, RDF / XML).
- Support tracking of analytics processes executed per user
- Interconnection with the visualization components for visualising the analytics’ output.
- Ability to save / load analytic processes per user
- List saved analytic processes
- Ability to load datasets / training datasets in CSV or ARFF format
- Re-evaluate the analytic process keeping the same trained model
- Before re-evaluation the analytics procsess , the user can a) change the output format, b) change the evaluation query c) Change the parameters of the current algorithm d) search within his analytics, e) Automatic refill of the analytic process description
- User feedback on tool usage: a) queries participation on analytics, b) analytics effectiveness, c) data quality and output reuse, d) performance time of each analytic process.
####Step 1 Install docker to server & git clone RESTfulLINDA code
####Step 2 go in RESTfulLINDA directory and execute the following commands
#build lindanalytics code mvn clean install #build docker container docker build -t lindanalytics . #run docker container docker run --net=host -p 8181:8181 -v /var/www/html/LindaAnalytics:/var/www/html/LindaAnalytics lindanalytics
####For properties configuration...
- you should go to properties module in RESTfulLINDA/configuration/lindaAnalytics/configuration/main/RESTfulLINDA.properties
# Database IP dbip=127.0.0.1 #Database port dbport=3306 #db username username=? #db password password=? #db name dbname=? rdf2anyServer=http://localhost:8081 lindaworkbenchURI= http://localhost:8000/ docroot= /home/eleni/IdeaProjects/LindaWorkbench/linda/ analyticsRepo = /var/www/LindaAnalytics/
Your wildfly is now up and running in localhost:8181
If you wand to install analytics from scracth please follow the READMEold file