We developed SemwidgEd - an editor for enriching online texts with Semantic Widgets directly within a web browser. Users can add, configure and adjust SemwidgJS configuration elements, widgets and templates alongside to other HTML elements. Furthermore, the SemwidgEd supports users during the creation process of SemwidgQL queries.
- Click here to learn more about SemwidgJS
- Click here to learn more about SemwidgQL
- Click here to learn more about SemwidgED
What is it good for?
Below, we present a small example that uses several SemwidgJS widgets to display information about influential physicists. You can use the drop-down menus to change the person and the language of the widgets on-the-fly. The variable data is automatically retrieved from the DBpedia SPARQL endpoint. None of this data is stored on our web server or within the site itself. See the Source Code Example and the SemwidgED Tutorial to find out how to embed Linked Data from SPARQL endpoints into your own website.
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More Linked Data Visualizations
If you are interested in the Semantic Web and the visualization of linked data, you should also take a look at VisualDataWeb.org.