SkillsCast

Working with RDF in Jupyter Notebooks: some lessons in getting rid of Excel for requirements and project management

10th May 2018 in London at CodeNode

There are 2 other SkillsCasts available from NLP for Cryptocurrency Forecasting + RDF with Jupyter Notebooks + Stardog talk

Excel is being replaced by a plethora of literate programming tools such as Jupyter Notebooks, R Notebooks, Zeppelin and others. There is an opportunity to improve data processing by adding Semantic Web standards to the mix, and we'll look at some of the tools available to work with RDF in Jupiter Notebooks.

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Working with RDF in Jupyter Notebooks: some lessons in getting rid of Excel for requirements and project management

Eugene Morozov

Eugene is a Engineering Practice Lead at Lab49, a strategy, design and technology consulting company specializing in capital markets. He is interested in the use of Semantic Web standards to improve data and service modelling and data processing. He also runs Semantic Web London meetup.

SkillsCast

Excel is being replaced by a plethora of literate programming tools such as Jupyter Notebooks, R Notebooks, Zeppelin and others. There is an opportunity to improve data processing by adding Semantic Web standards to the mix, and we'll look at some of the tools available to work with RDF in Jupiter Notebooks.

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Working with RDF in Jupyter Notebooks: some lessons in getting rid of Excel for requirements and project management

Eugene Morozov

Eugene is a Engineering Practice Lead at Lab49, a strategy, design and technology consulting company specializing in capital markets. He is interested in the use of Semantic Web standards to improve data and service modelling and data processing. He also runs Semantic Web London meetup.