Tag Archives: rdf

Semantic Chemical Computing

Several threads come together to confirm we are seeing a change in the external face of scientific computing. Not what goes on inside a program, but what can be seen from the outside. Within simple limits what goes on inside … Continue reading

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Learning RDF and RDFS – help!

I’m getting myself up to speed on RDF (and RDFS) and building molecular repositories as an example. I’m using  the Jena Semantic Web Framework (Open Source , Java, HP-inspired) and so far like it. But I have only done a … Continue reading

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Exploring RDF and CML

I’ve taken the chance pf a few days without commitments to investigate how we shall be using RDF. We’ve got several projects where we are starting to use it – CrystalEye – WWMM, eChemistry, SPECTRa : JISC and other ORE-based … Continue reading

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