The Semantic Web, Linked Data and Drupal, Part 2, Combine linked datasets with Drupal 7 and SPARQL Views

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Stéphane Corlosquet and Lin Clark

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: May 03, 2011

Part 1 of this series explored some of the new concepts recently incorporated into the Drupal content management system, such as how sharing and reusing data is now easier because the technologies discourage proprietary APIs in favor of a machine-readable format -- Resource Description Framework (RDF). In this article, learn how to take advantage of the existing Linked Data available today on the web of data, and how to enrich a Drupal 7 site with data coming from different endpoints. A real-world use case with data from independent publishers provides examples.

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