CEDAR 2014 hackathon

Attendees

Albert Meroño Peñuela - albert.meronyo@gmail.com

Sarven Capadisli <info@csarven.ca>

Christophe Guéret - christophe.gueret@dans.knaw.nl

Guillaume Duffes - guillaume.duffes@gmail.com

Henk Laloli - gordevio2@gmail.com

Astrid van Aggelen - a.e.van.aggelen@vu.nl

Melodie Fox melodie.fox@gmail.com

Richard Zijdeman richard.zijdeman@iisg.nl

andrea.scharnhorst@dans.knaw.nl

Adrian Gschwend - ktk@netlabs.org

Symposium pics

Find yourself! https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0c6gig8odz9q3zw/RnLrKXeUya

Data

Graph groups

TabLinker translation: http://lod.cedar-project.nl/resource/v1/cedar-dataset

Half-curated translation: http://lod.cedar-project.nl/resource/v2/cedar-dataset

Harmonized release: http://lod.cedar-project.nl/resource/r1/cedar-dataset

Named graph scheme

Analysis tools

IPython view: http://nbviewer.ipython.org/github/cgueret/CEDAR-Analysis/blob/master/Analysis%20of%20harmonized%20data.ipynb

Repos

CEDAR-Project: https://github.com/orgs/CEDAR-project/dashboard

Forked marked Excel sheets (just a few corrections made to the colouring of roughly 50 files) : https://github.com/cgueret/DataDump

Harmonized cubes and scripts: https://github.com/cgueret/Harmonize

Historical TopoJSON files of The Netherlands:

https://github.com/ktk/CEDAR-nl-maps

Brainstorm - paper-ideas

Photo in the dropbox

Challenges

Outcome of charting industrialisation

# Ideas for later

# VU outing

Hey, seems interesting... but what is it?

-> A study of how the population information found about Amsterdam in our censuses compares with what is stated in DBpedia. Albert knows more about it. Was done by a non-CEDAR team during an outing on statistical data.

Bug list

BRT-1909