With the Resource Description Framework (RDF) you can represent Linked Data as subject-predicate-object triples. But what if you have to represent additional context of those triples? In this Blog post I will briefly introduce the advanced data management feature “named graphs” with two examples: different data source named graphs in the BELTRANS project and different story-contexts for Digital Humanities research. Furthermore I will graphically illustrate the different ways you can query named graphs with SPARQL!
Did you ever use a language learning app and were annoyed that the exercises are either too easy or too hard? That are actually reasons people give up. Well, probably you would profit from adaptive learning systems, which adapt the difficulty of the exercises to your abilities! Providing Adaptive Learning Analytics Systems with data to do that, is one part of a project I am currently working on.