The LOGD project investigates the role of Semantic Web technologies, especially Linked Data, in producing, enhancing and utilizing government data published on Data.gov and other websites. Large portion of government data published on the Web are not necessarily ready for mashups. The Tetherless World Constellation (TWC) is now publishing over 8 billions RDF triples converted from hundreds of government-related datasets from Data.gov and other sources (e.g. financial data, non-US government data) covering a wide range of topics (e.g. government spending, energy usage and public healthcare). We are also get these data inter-linked and building mashups using popular Web tools and APIs.
Linking Open Government Data
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(2012). Towards Unified Provenance Granularities. At International Provenance and Annotation Workshop 2012.
(2012). Functional Requirements for Information Resource Provenance on the Web. At International Provenance and Annotation Workshop 2012.
(2012). Parallel Identities for Managing Open Government Data, PP(99). In IEEE Intelligent Systems.
(2012). Towards Semantically-Enabled Next Generation Community Health Information Portals: The PopSciGrid Pilot. At Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2012.
(2011). Producing and Using Linked Open Government Data in the TWC LOGD Portal. At AAAI Fall Symposium on Open Government Knowledge: AI Opportunities and Challenges 2011.
(2011). TWC LOGD: A Portal for Linked Open Government Data Ecosystems, 00, 1-11. In Journal of Web Semantics.
(2011). A Semantically-enabled Community Health Portal for Cancer Prevention and Control. At Web Science Conference 2011.