LOD-a-lot democratizes access to the Linked Open Data (LOD) Cloud by serving more than 28 billion unique triples from 650K datasets from a single self-indexed file. This corpus can be queried online with a sustainable Linked Data Fragments interface, or it can be downloaded and consumed locally: LOD-a-lot is easy to deploy and only requires limited resources (524 GB of disk space and 15.7 GB of RAM), enabling web-scale repeatable experimentation and research from a high-end laptop.
L4LOD (Licenses for Linked Open Data) is a lightweight vocabulary for expressing the licensing terms in the Web of Data. The vocabulary is not intended to propose yet another license, but it is intended to provide the basic means to define in a machine-readable format, i.e., RDF, the existing licensing terms. The vocabulary does not provide an exhaustive set of properties for licenses definition. Implementations are free to extend L4LOD to add further elements.
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