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  • SIMILE Project
    nteroperability of M etadata and I nformation in un L ike E nvironments S IMILE was focused on developing robust open source tools that empower users to access manage visualize and reuse digital assets Learn more about the SIMILE project previous slideshow stop next Longwell A web based highly configurable faceted browser for RDF datasets Piggy Bank An extension to the Firefox Web browser that turns it into a Semantic Web browser letting you make use of existing information on the Web in more useful and flexible ways not offered by the original Web sites Solvent A Firefox extension that helps you write Javascript screen scrapers for Piggy Bank Semantic Bank The server companion of Piggy Bank that lets you persist share and publish data collected by individuals groups or communities Gadget An inspector for large quantities of XML data and it s useful for useful in situations like exploration migration cleanup evaluation schema emergence Welkin A graphical graph visualizer powered by RDF data and capable of displaying graphs with a real time interactive visualization Timeline A DHTML AJAX timeline widget for visualizing temporal information Referee Referee reads your web server logs crawls your referrers the links that point to your pages and extract metadata from those pages and text around the links that pointed to your pages Babel Babel lets you convert between various data formats In particular it lets you convert data into the Exhibit JSON format and preview the data right inside Exhibit Exhibit Exhibit lets you create web pages with support for sorting filtering and rich visualizations by writing only HTML and optionally some CSS and Javascript code There is no database and no web application technologies involved Appalachian Appalachian is a Firefox add on that adds the ability to manage and use several OpenIDs to

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  • SIMILE | Seek
    then Download Seek 1 0 1 How to Install Right click the download link left and choose Save Link As to download and save the file to your hard disk In Mozilla Thunderbird open Add ons from the Tools menu Click the Install button and locate select the file you downloaded and click OK How to Use Seek s panel can be toggled in the Tools menu There is also

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  • SIMILE | Welkin
    can get it when you installed the latest version of the Java Runtime Environment from the official Java web site Cool now what Welkin visualizes RDF models If you want to test it with some data you can start with these graph fragments taken from our digital library collection A word of warning above 1000 nodes real time drawing performance degrades dramatically even on beefy machines We suggest you not to load more than 1Mb of RDF if you have more consider splitting it up for now In future versions we ll be targeting ways to allow you to work on much bigger graphs How can I learn more about it The best way is to read the Welkin User Guide Where do I download it You can obtain Welkin in two different ways download a prepackaged distribution On MacOSX only you can download Welkin as a prepackaged standalone java application Download the file with a dmg extension download the files directly from the code repository In case you want to download the files from the repository for example if you want to have the latest and greatest development snapshot you need to have a Subversion client installed At this

    Original URL path: http://simile.mit.edu/welkin/ (2014-08-11)
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  • Potluck
    and paste these two URLs below into the text box above and click Mix Data http simile mit edu exhibit examples CSAIL PIs CSAIL PIs html http ccnmtl columbia edu draft maurice exhibit ccnmtl staff html For testing the Map view try this URL http cscie12 dce harvard edu lecture notes 2006 07 20070320 senate senate html If you want to paste in a URL to another type of data

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  • The SIMILE Blog
    and its history has already been moved over to Google Code and a new Google Group has been created to host conversations user requests for help or advice and further development The web site with the examples and the wiki with the documentation will be gradually move over time also the general simile mailing list will stop answering questions related to those projects Please excuse our mess during this transition period and any inconvenience that this might cause you Those of you concerned about the future of such graduated projects should not fear while SIMILE is not going to be the direct sponsor of their development any longer it remains an enthusiastic and avid user of such tools with many tools and web applications being currently under development that depend exclusively on them So while development might proceed in a more community oriented fashion SIMILE and its potential future research partners are more than likely to continue to pour resources into the evolution and maintenance of such tools Posted in General Timeplot 1 Comment Timeplot Fans IE Joins the Club Jan 7th 2008 by ryanlee And you don t need to change a thing It gives me great pleasure to inform you that your existing timeplots should simply function now when you browse to them in Internet Explorer 6 or 7 Go ahead go and look maybe give it a shift reload to clear that now untrue incompatibility message Or visit Timeplot s page and look over those examples once more Thanks to Stefano s intentional design around canvas and his clean implementation using ExplorerCanvas to broaden Timeplot s reach was mostly a finishing touch Some caveats transparency effects will not work and it s on the slow side compared to other browsers which is perhaps why mouse value tracking is not as smooth as with other browsers Credit is due to Sarfaraz Rydhan for submitting patches that would have accomplished much the same thing and we certainly would have accepted them had we not just had the same thought Thanks Sarfaraz and thanks to our other contributors who continue to help us improve on Timeplot Posted in Release Timeplot No Comments Web App Makeover A Complete Automated Scraping Scenario Dec 17th 2007 by dfhuynh Our project offers quite a diverse toolkit of more than a dozen tools And these tools are at different levels of maturity Consequently sometimes it can be hard for people other than our team to understand how all of these pieces fit together into a coherent compelling story Once in a while we need to step back from the code editor and turn to the blog to put down in words where we are really heading with all that code Here is my attempt at doing that I have written up this wiki page to document how we ourselves have used several of our tools to automate the scraping of the official MIT course catalog web site and provide better browsing features on the same

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  • SIMILE Project | Mailing Lists
    timeline timeplot exhibit subscribe unsubscribe This is the proper discussion group to ask questions and follow further development on the javascript widgets that originated in the SIMILE project Seek subscribe unsubscribe This is the new house of Seek the faceted browsing Thunderbird add on Gadget subscribe unsubscribe This is the new house of Gadget the XML inspector Welkin subscribe unsubscribe This is the new house of Welkin the graph visualization

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  • Dashboard [Hudson]
    Executor Status No Status 1 Idle 2 Idle add description All S W Job Last Success Last Failure Last Duration W Description Build stability No recent builds failed 100 1 1 day 30 N A 0 seconds asdf N A

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  • SIMILE:About - SIMILE
    metadata and services A key challenge it solved was to make collections interoperable which are distributed across individual community and institutional stores by drawing on the assets schemata vocabularies ontologies and metadata held in such stores The results of this eight year effort have been used by thousands of researchers and cited in hundreds of publications see google scholar for a selection This project also catalyzed the emergence of the

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