The ‘Cooking with Python and KBpedia‘ series consists of nearly 75 installments that discuss how to pick tools and then use Python for using and manipulating the KBpedia knowledge graph. KBpedia is a unique knowledge system that intertwines seven ‘core’ public knowledge bases — Wikipedia, Wikidata, schema.org, DBpedia, GeoNames, OpenCyc, and standard UNSPSC products and services — for the explicit purpose of providing a computable scaffolding and design for data interoperability and knowledge-based artificial intelligence (KBAI).
The first installments in the CWPK series begin with choices regarding tools and design. Later installations embed working code into interactive Jupyter Notebooks. As developed, code is posted to GitHub for your own use and modification. As installments get published, the ongoing index below will capture the scope and coverage of this ambitious series.
Table of Installments
Part 1: The Baseline System
- CWPK #3: Clojure v R v Python
- CWPK #4: The Baseline Architecture
- CWPK #5: Overview and Installation of Protégé
- CWPK #6: Initial KBpedia Inspection
- CWPK #7: Getting Familiar with KBpedia Files
- CWPK #8: Getting Familiar with the KBpedia Structure
- CWPK #9: Installing Python
- CWPK #10: Installing a Project Notebook
- CWPK #11: Installing a Python IDE
- CWPK #12: A Brief Pause to Learn Some Python
- More to come . . . .