KnowledgeStore artifacts are published via the Maven central repository. They include binaries, test binaries, sources and javadocs of each software module of the KnowledgeStore as well as the source and binary `tar.gz` archives listed in the following table. The binary archives include all you need to run and populate a KnowledgeStore instance. They require a Java 7+ virtual machine, with startup scripts tested only on Linux and Mac OS X.
You can also browse the sources and fork the project on our GitHub page.
|server||KnowledgeStore server Java 7 binaries, including startup scripts and configuration files. Includes also the NAF populator (see below).||1.7.1 (latest)||ks-distribution-1.7.1-server.tar.gz|
|tools||KnowledgeStore client-side tools, including the NAF populator, the KS dump tool and the test tool used for performance assessment.||1.7.1 (latest)||ks-distribution-1.7.1-tools.tar.gz|
|client||KnowledgeStore Java 7 client library, for non-Maven users.||1.7.1 (latest)||ks-distribution-1.7.1-client.tar.gz|
|sources||KnowledgeStore source code, organized as a Maven multi-module project.||1.7.1 (latest)||ks-distribution-1.7.1-src.tar.gz|
The KnowledgeStore Docker provides an easy and quick way to have a KnowledgeStore instance running on your machine.
Data is smushed so to use a single URI for coreferring entities, then the RDFS closure is computed and triples are placed in named graphs linked (via dct:source) to the different source DBpedia chapters they come from. More details on the dataset generation process are included in NewsReader Deliverable D6.2.2.
For each dataset we provide the data, its VOID statistics and the RDFpro-based shell script (and supporting files) for downloading the necessary DBpedia files and producing the dataset.
|en_2014||EN data from DBpedia 2014 EN chapter.||2014/12/22||75.837.282||4.634.402||data stats script|
|en_ext_2014||EN data from DBpedia 2014 in all chapters, using EN URIs.||2014/12/22||95.910.347||4.863.236||data stats script|
|ml_2014||EN/ES/IT/NL data from DBpedia 2014 in these chapters, using EN URIs were possible and ES/IT/NL URIs otherwise.||2014/12/22||122.672.893||6.606.109||data stats script|
|ml_ext_2014||EN/ES/IT/NL data from DBpedia 2014 in all its chapters, using EN URIs were possible and ES/IT/NL URIs otherwise.||2014/12/22||134.384.805||6.738.541||data stats script|