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Linked Data: Structured data on the Web by David Wood, Marsha Zaidman, Luke Ruth, and Michael Hausenblas

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Chapter 10. Publishing Linked Data—a recap

This chapter covers

  • A summary of publishing Linked Data

In this chapter, we’ll capture the process of publishing Linked Data from preparation to public publication and highlight critical steps in this process. You want to publish your data using the RDF data model because it is the international standard for representing data on the Web. You want to use the Linked Data principles to describe your data so others can find and reuse it more easily. There are many serialization formats (as described in chapter 2) but only one data model. This standardized model then enables data sources to be

  • Easily crawled by search engines
  • Accessed using generic data browsers
  • Easily integrated with other data ...

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