Adds Linked Data browsing functionality -- across public or private networks -- to host browser.
OpenLink Data Explorer (ODE) is an extension for Google Chrome that provides an unobtrusive and none disruptive mechanism for exploiting the Linked Data dimension of the World Wide Web. It achieves this by adding the following descriptor document oriented menu options to the standard “View Menu” item collection: 1. Page Description — which provides a structured description (metadata) of the page you are viewing 2. Page Data Sources — a Linked Data explorer that provides a variety of presentations for the Linked Data Items that constitute the metadata graph distilled from the page you are viewing. The capabilities described above are achieved by ODE’s interaction with REST based Linked Data Proxy services such as: 1. http://linkeddata.uriburner.com — Public RDFizer Service (default) 2. http://lod.openlinksw.com — OpenLink Hosted Linked Open Data (LOD) Cloud Cache 3. Your own Personal or Shared Instances of Virtuoso and/or OpenLink Data Spaces (ODS) 4. http://triplr.org/ — another RDFizer service. For items 1-3, the RDFizer services are delivered via the Virtuoso’s in-built middleware layer known as the “Sponger” Service. The specific ability to distill structured descriptions in RDF from any Web resource comes from a broad collection RDF-izer cartridges/drivers available of all Virtuoso instances. Additional Information Links: * Product URI = http://data.openlinksw.com/oplweb/product/util-dataexplorer-st#this * Product Web Site: http://ode.openlinksw.com * OpenLink Data Explorer Examples = http://ode.openlinksw.com/example.html * OpenLink Data Explorer Forum = http://boards.openlinksw.com/support/viewforum.php?f=26 * OpenLink Software Website = http://www.openlinksw.com/
- (2018-02-02) Crispin Flower: Error every time I try to use it: Error 40004 SR174: Log out of disk : Problem writing to the transaction log in __commit:(BIF), DB.DBA.lp_score_ck:23, lines => (ARRAY_OF_POINTER value, tag 193), etc etc Providers "support page" is just marketing material.
- (2012-08-15) Slava Kravchenko: I've been playing with ODE lately and still can't get enough of it. That's an awesome tool, despite the overwhelming amount of data it throws at you, both in terms of the data it pulls from the web and the UI. However, its "Data Explorer Options" menu doesn't work here, due to different glitches depending on what menu item you choose (UI issues). And it would really be great if it worked for "localhost" and thus help examine the local RDFa triples before deploying the web app.
- (2012-07-07) OpenLink Data Explorer doesn't have the most user-friendly interface, but it is one of the few browser extension tools for seeing linked data within websites.