Can anyone point me to the projects, if any, that (try to) convert webpage into a rdf graph automatically, like-identifying possible entities in webpage and linking them with relations guessed from the html text content?

asked 15 Jul '12, 07:06

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edited 15 Jul '12, 07:40


Some good starting points are:

http://dbpedia-spotlight.github.com/demo/ and http://viewer.opencalais.com/ - they deal with tagging more so than extracting the actual relations - but its a start.

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answered 15 Jul '12, 07:21

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I'm aware of these projects (incl. alchemy apis), and they indeed work well with plain text in English. However I was looking for projects that work specifically with webpage contents -which takes any web page online as input to produce rdf graph.

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