New out now: NAISC – data linking made easy

‘NAISC’ means ‘links’ in Irish and is pronounced ‘nashk’.

NAISC 1.0 is a tool for linking datasets and was created by the SFI Insight Centre for Data Analytics and the ELEXIS project. NAISC serves as a system for aligning RDF datasets: It takes as input 2 RDF documents (referred to as ‘left’ and ‘right) and outputs an alignment (set of RDF triples) between these two documents. NAISC typically relies on a configuration, which is a JSON document.

In this short introduction video, John McCrae (NUIG) presents the basic command line usage and the use of the Meas experiment interface.