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Linked Data Mapping Cultures
An Evaluation of Metadata Usage and Distribution
in a Linked Data Environment
Konstantin Baierer, Evelyn Dröge, Vivien Petras, Violeta Trkulja
Berlin School of Library and Information Science, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Presentation at the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications
Austin, October 9, 2014

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  1. 1. co-funded by the European Union Linked Data Mapping Cultures An Evaluation of Metadata Usage and Distribution in a Linked Data Environment Konstantin Baierer, Evelyn Dröge, Vivien Petras, Violeta Trkulja Berlin School of Library and Information Science, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Presentation at the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications Austin, October 9, 2014
  2. 2. Outline Linked Data Mapping Cultures 2 09.10.2014 1.Linked Data mapping cultures 2.Digitised Manuscripts to Europeana 3.EDM and DM2E model 4.Evaluation: aim, datasets, methods 5.Results of the evaluation 6.Conclusion
  3. 3. Linked Data mapping cultures •Linked Data offers great expressivity  With great freedom comes great responsibility •Data in DM2E: –Different data formats –Different data curation background = Different cultures in Linked Data •Data providers ≠ data mapping institutions •Mapping is influenced by policies, technology, best practices, personal preferences… Linked Data Mapping Cultures 3 09.10.2014
  4. 4. Digitised Manuscripts to Europeana (DM2E) 4 09.10.2014 Linked Data Mapping Cultures Heterogeneous object data in independent resources
  5. 5. EDM and DM2E model EDM = Europeana Data Model •Used to describe Cultural Heritage Objects (CHOs) •Very generic but can be specialized DM2E model: Specialization of EDM for manuscripts Linked Data Mapping Cultures 5 09.10.2014 dm2e: <http://onto.dm2e.eu/schemas/dm2e/1.0/> dm2edata: <http://data.dm2e.eu/data/> edm: <http://www.europeana.eu/schemas/edm/>
  6. 6. DM2E model: Example Linked Data Mapping Cultures 6 09.10.2014 foaf:Person dm2edata:agent/uib/ wab/ Ludwig_Wittgenstein ore:Aggregation dm2edata:aggregation/uib/wab/Ms-115/Ms-115-2 skos: prefLabel “Ludwig Wittgenstein”@de “remark Ms-115,1[2]et2[1] from Wittgenstein Nachlass MS 115”@en edm:ProvidedCHO dm2edata: item/uib/wab/ Ms-115/Ms-115-2 foaf:Organization dm2edata:agent/uib/wab/ Wittgenstein_Archives edm:WebResource http://wab.uib.no/cost- a32_fax/115/Ms-115%2c1.jpg dm2e:Paragraph dc:type
  7. 7. Aim of the evaluation •Evaluation of datasets from the DM2E project –Based on mappings to the DM2E model •Aim: discover similarities and differences between datasets from different mapping institutions Linked Data Mapping Cultures 7 09.10.2014 Do mapping preferences of individual institutions influence the resulting data from a mapping process?
  8. 8. Analyzed datasets •Datasets as of May 1, 2014 •Analyzed datasets: –Eight data providers DP I – DP VIII –Ten datasets Dataset 1 – 10 –Six mapping institutions MI A – F –Variety of metadata formats Linked Data Mapping Cultures 8 09.10.2014 DP Dataset Metadata format MI DP I Dataset 1 proprietary format MI A DP I Dataset 2 proprietary format MI A DP II Dataset 3 MAB2 MI B DP II Dataset 4 MAB2 MI B DP III Dataset 5 METS/ MODS MI C DP IV Dataset 6 METS/ MODS MI C DP V Dataset 7 TEI P5 MI D DP VI Dataset 8 EAD MI D DP VII Dataset 9 TEI P5 MI E DP VIII Dataset 10 TEI P5 MI F DP: Data Provider MI: Mapping institution
  9. 9. Evaluation methods •Count (SPARQL) –per dataset –globally –per rdf:type and dc:type •Create metrics (Python) •Visualize (Google Charts) •All visualizations: Linked Data Mapping Cultures 9 09.10.2014 http://data.dm2e.eu/visualize
  10. 10. Results
  11. 11. CHO types Dataset bibo: Series bibo: Book dm2e: Manu- script dm2e: Para- graph bibo: Journal bibo: Issue fabio: Article bibo: Letter dm2e: Page Dataset 1 - - 24 - - - - - 10,427 Dataset 2 1,251 10 530,314 Dataset 3 4,552 39,873 - - - - - - - Dataset 4 - - 175 - - - - - 46,006 Dataset 5 - - 1,012 - - - - - 307,202 Dataset 6 - 2,916 - - - - - - 472,994 Dataset 7 - 1,295 - - - - - - 416,172 Dataset 8 - - - - - - - 3,630 34,596 Dataset 9 - - - - 1 346 42,173 - 159,277 Dataset 10 - - 20 9,635 - - - - - Total 4,552 45,335 1,241 9,635 1 346 42,173 3,630 1,976,988 Linked Data Mapping Cultures 11 09.10.2014
  12. 12. Distribution of classes Linked Data Mapping Cultures 12 09.10.2014
  13. 13. Distribution of properties Linked Data Mapping Cultures 13 09.10.2014
  14. 14. Usage of different ontologies Linked Data Mapping Cultures 14 09.10.2014
  15. 15. Resources vs. literals Linked Data Mapping Cultures 15 09.10.2014
  16. 16. Literal statements Linked Data Mapping Cultures 16 09.10.2014
  17. 17. Predicate-Object-Equality-Ratio (POER-n) Linked Data Mapping Cultures 17 09.10.2014 Triples S1 P1 O1 S2 P1 O1 S3 P1 O1 S3 P2 O2 S4 P1 O2 S4 P2 O2 S4 P2 O3 POER-n POER-1: 85.71 % POER-2: 57.14 % POER-3: 57.14 % POER-4: 0 % POER-1 in DM2E datasets: 0.08 – 2.48 % Graph
  18. 18. Average number of statements (ANOS) Linked Data Mapping Cultures 18 09.10.2014
  19. 19. Conclusion •Linked Data quality assurance is vital •Structural metrics help everybody •Ontology engineering as a cyclic process •“Ontology pruning” •People > data in metadata mapping Linked Data Mapping Cultures 19 09.10.2014
  20. 20. Thank you for your attention! Konstantin Baierer Evelyn Dröge Berlin School of Library and Information Science Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin www.ibi.hu-berlin.de Digitised Manuscripts to Europeana www.dm2e.eu konstantin.baierer@ibi.hu-berlin.de evelyn.droege@ibi.hu-berlin.de Linked Data Mapping Cultures 20 09.10.2014
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