All Analytics Academy
The Internet of Things Joins the Enterprise

Jun 9 - Jun 23
Join 5 interactive classes & chat with peers
 

Metadata Gets Mega Organized

An alliance between Good Relations and Schema.org leads to better semantic search and provides a glimmer of hope for big-data analytics.
NO RATINGS
1/3/2013 |  4
View Comments: Newest First | Oldest First | Threaded View
BethSchultz
User Rank
Blogger
Re: The steady advance
BethSchultz   1/14/2013 10:56:03 AM
NO RATINGS
Pierre, thanks for elaborating! 

Pierre DeBois
User Rank
Blogger
Re: The steady advance
Pierre DeBois   1/12/2013 7:36:46 PM
NO RATINGS
Hi Beth,

Semantic search is meant to advance what search engine optimization started to do; match language usage for search for infromation with machine language - the code used to structure the information sought.  Developing a shared ontology makes the understanding more transparent and can probably help big data analyst imaging how internet-based media is being used.  This can at least strike analysts imagination for how to model effectively when internet content is a factor.

Lyndon_Henry
User Rank
Blogger
Re: The steady advance
Lyndon_Henry   1/3/2013 8:08:19 PM
NO RATINGS
..

Beth writes


 

...the collaborative effort you describe between Schema.org and GoodRelations seems like a good, evolutionary initiative.


 

Well, yeah.  My ears pricked up at the idea of some kind of collaboration between the HTML forces and the XML forces.  XML is a lot slicker and more GUI-oriented, but HTML gives a lot more control.  

I realize this collaboration relates mainly to tags and SEO and so on, but wouldn't it be great if someday you could consolidate your HTML-based website with XML...  Just a daydream...

 

BethSchultz
User Rank
Blogger
The steady advance
BethSchultz   1/3/2013 3:58:55 PM
NO RATINGS
Hi Pierre, I won't pretend to know too much about the semantic web and how best to organize it, but the collaborative effort you describe between Schema.org and GoodRelations seems like a good, evolutionary initiative. Can you explain more of how this can benefit in the world of big-data?

Latest Blogs
Effective use of models help us execute on our thoughts, and there are tools to enable each part of the process, except for what our imagination brings to the game.
Maryanne Schretzman, executive director of the New York City Center for Innovation through Data Intelligence (CIDI), discusses why analytics professionals would want to work in an organization that is devoted to helping people live better lives.
Robert explores new ways to highlight the dental issues of the US elderly population.
Judging enterprise interest in analytics calls for a new metric that looks beyond what companies spend on hardware, software, and services.
Predictive analytics have been proving their worth in the retail sector, with examples showing showing the sector how predictive analytics can blend with industry experience in decision making.
VIDEO BLOGS
VIDEO BLOGS
Quick Poll
Quick Poll
Radio Show
Radio Shows
UPCOMING
James M. Connolly
Survive the Digital Transformation


8/18/2015   REGISTER   0
ARCHIVE
James M. Connolly
Health Analytics: Find Data Beyond the Hospital Doors


7/28/2015  LISTEN   47
ARCHIVE
James M. Connolly
Finding Answers Through Prescriptive Analytics


7/21/2015  LISTEN   117
ARCHIVE
James M. Connolly
Visualization: How to Bring Data to Life


6/22/2015  LISTEN   55
ARCHIVE
James M. Connolly
Learn Why Analytics Are at Home in the Cloud


6/15/2015  LISTEN   26
ARCHIVE
James M. Connolly
Analytics: Your Defense Against Cyber Threats


5/27/2015  LISTEN   60
ARCHIVE
James M. Connolly
Big Data & Big Pharma: How Analytics Might Save Your Life


5/19/2015  LISTEN   37
ARCHIVE
James M. Connolly
Live Interviews From SAS Global Forum


4/28/2015  LISTEN   11
ARCHIVE
James M. Connolly
How to Hire Great Analytics Talent


4/23/2015  LISTEN   51
ARCHIVE
James M. Connolly
Sports Analytics Mean Fun and Business


3/24/2015  LISTEN   3
ARCHIVE
James M. Connolly
Secure Your Big Data in the Cloud


2/26/2015  LISTEN   114
Information Resources
Infographic
Infographic
It Pays to Keep Insurance Fraud in Check
While 97% of insurers say that insurance fraud has increased or remained the same in the past two years, most of those companies report benefits from anti-fraud technology in limiting the impact of fraud, including higher quality referrals, the ability to uncover organized fraud, and improve efficiency for investigators.
Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on Twitter
Like us on Facebook
Like us on Facebook
About Us  |  Contact Us  |  Help  |  Register  |  Twitter  |  Facebook  |  RSS