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Keep practising SPARQL!

To really get familiar with SPARQL, you should practise what you’ve learned so far. It’s not too late to get started with running SPARQL queries on the MusicBrainz dataset …

To practise what you have learned this week, use the Euclid Exercise 2 endpoint.

Full instructions are available from step 2.9.

You should try running each of the queries discussed in the course, and you will get the most out of the exercise by modifying the queries afterwards to apply the theory to new examples.

This work is a derivative of ‘Using Linked Data Effectively’ by The Open University (2014) and licensed under CC by 4.0 International Licence adapted and used by the University of Southampton.

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Introduction to Linked Data and the Semantic Web

University of Southampton

Course highlights Get a taste of this course before you join:

  • Welcome to the course
    Welcome to the course

    Watch Dr Elena Simperl & Dr Barry Norton explain how this short course on linked data & the semantic web can help you use this technology in your work

  • Developing real world applications
    Developing real world applications

    Watch Dr Barry Norton describing some real world applications that have Linked Data as their underlying technology.

  • Welcome to Week 2
    Welcome to Week 2

    Watch Dr Barry Norton explain what you will learn about SPARQL (the query language) on this course and what you will be practicing.