The World Wide Web has changed the way people communicate and collaborate by decentralizing publication. A similar shift is happening to complex data sets by applying Web technology to data representation. By using Linked Data principles, it has become possible to combine different and distributed data sets. This makes a big difference for fields of research that need to combine many types of data hosted by many different organizations to come to conclusions. At the eScience Center we apply linked data in bioinformatics (e.g. metabolomics or proteomics), but also in cultural heritage and the legal domain.

Dr. Willem van Hage
Technical Lead Optimized Data Handling

Dr. Willem van Hage

Willem received his PhD at VU University Amsterdam and TNO for work on Ontology Alignment for...

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