Can anyone help me create a list of web sources to scrap linked data? The data can be shared in any format: RDFa, RDF/XML or even a propietary API, as long as it is structured. I start with three sites: - dbpedia - freebase - musicbrainz

asked 29 Apr '10, 21:57

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Have you seen this?

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answered 29 Apr '10, 22:51

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Take a look at https://subj3ct.com/. The goal of Subj3ct is to provide an identifier resolution service to take Linked Data identifiers and return equivalent identifiers (identifiers about the same subject) and resource URIs.

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answered 07 May '10, 14:59

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http://webdatacommons.org/ offers RDF dataset already crawled for you. You can probably find good URI to crawl from there if you are really adamant about crawling the data yourself.

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