Linked Data Landscape

A Linked Data Landscape uses internet technologies to put your data into a broader context, by linking it to other related data. This will give your organisation a much deeper understanding of the source and nature of the data. A key aspect in the re-usability of data is the degree to which it is well structured. The more standard and well structured the data the more easily mechanisms can be created to process it for reuse.

Linking data distributed across the Web requires a standard mechanism for specifying the existence and meaning of connections between items described in this data. This is made possible through use of the Resource Description Framework (RDF), which provides a more flexible way to describe multiple physical things, locations and even concepts and the relationships between them.

Ortecha can help your organisation to build a Linked Data Landscape, ensuring consistency of data storage and use; and taking advantage of a variety of visualisation tools for reporting.

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