AI3's Sweet Tools Listing Updated to Version 10
AI3's listing of semantic Web and -related tools has just been updated to version 10. This version adds 36 new tools since the last update on June 19, bringing the new total to 578 tools.
This version 10 update of Sweet Tools also includes an upgrade to version 2 of the lightweight Exhibit display (thanks again, MIT's Simile program and David Huynh, plus congratulations on your Ph.D, David!) and is separately provided as a simple table for quick download and copying.
Background on prior listings and earlier statistics may be found on these previous posts:
- 542 Semantic Web and -related Tools (Jun. 19, 2007)
- Listing of 500 Semantic Web and Related Tools (Mar. 11, 2007)
- Sweet Tools Updated to 420 Tools (Feb. 7, 2007)
- Converting 'Sweet Tools' to an Exhibit (Jan. 22, 2007)
- Permanent Sweet Tools Listing — 400+ Tools and Counting!< (Jan. 5, 2007)
- Comprehensive Listing of 250 Semantic Web Tools (updated) (Oct. 4, 2006)
- Comprehensive Listing of 175 Semantic Web Tools (Sep. 22, 2006)
- Current Listing of 70 Semantic Web Tools (Aug. 12, 2006)
With interim updates periodically over that period.
Because of comments expirations on prior posts, this entry is now the new location for adding a suggested new tool. Simply provide your information in the comments section, and the tool will be included in the next update.
7 thoughts on “New Release: 578 Semantic Web and -related Tools”
Thanks for the update! I’ve been wanting to create a list of useful tools but your list pretty much corners the market 😉
A new addition:
1) Spiders various open source package indexes and creates DOAP. Currently has 45,000+ DOAP profiles available.
2) Has an online DOAP validator.
3) DOAP over Atom feed for new software releases from SourceForge, Python Package Index and Freshmeat
I want to suggest a new entry:
Tool name: Opossum
Description: Opossum is a search engine for Web services (semantic + WSDL) that lets you find single and composed services using simple keyword search. Its novelty is in its simple interface, its indexing techniques and its semantic approximation methods.
Background: Opossum is a research project from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
License: Mozilla Public License 1.1
Contact: Eran Toch, http://www.technion.ac.il/~erant/
I want to suggest a new entry.
Tool name: RDF Entity Manager
Description: The RDF Entity Manager uses Java semantic annotation to persist objects to the Sesame 2 RDF store.
Background: The RDF Entity Manager is a support component of the Texai intelligent chatbot project.
License: GPL v2
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please add AKTive Media to your list , i cant see how your software has missed it.