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Open Data Hub Knowledge Graph

Access the rich high quality data from the Open Data Hub by a flexible standards compliant query language. SPARQL is the query language developed by the W3C to access huge amounts of data over the web and is used by many of the largest open data providers worldwide, as Wikidata, DBpedia, European Environment Agency and many more. The Open Data Hub is a platform to use data and create innovative solutions for the SMART Green Region South Tyrol.

Get a taste of our queries

Start exploring the data using the following example queries. Build your own queries expanding the existing.

Tourism - List of lodging businesses
You want a list of all lodging businesses in a specific locality above a given altitude.
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Tourism - Find all food establishments near to a warm lake or river
You want to know all food establishments near to a warm enough outdoor water, so you can have a nice swim and go directly to lunch afterwards.
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Tourism - Find the largest accommodation facilities
Out of the many accommodation facilities in South Tyrol, some are larger, some are smaller. Do you know the largest ones?
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Tourism - Highest mountain shelters
You always wanted to visit one of the highest mountain shelters in South Tyrol and wondered where they are.
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Environment - NO2-sensors
You always wanted to know if there is any sensor for air quality near to you. Get a list of all nitrogen dioxide sensors in the region
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Mobility - To Be Changed
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Mobility - To Be Changed
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Mobility - To Be Changed
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Mobility - To Be Changed
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Let's play!

Write your SPARQL code in the form below. Color-highlighted and syntax-checking help you in creating powerful and flexible queries. Run the queries by pressing the triangle shaped “play” button.

How warm is it right now in South Tyrol?

No single value would tell the whole story.

Temperature is influenced by local weather, altitude and other geographical factors.

Get an overview on the current temperature distribution from the graph below.

Why choose this service

The use of a query language gives an extremely powerful and flexible tool to explore the data available from the OpenDataHub without having to download large amounts of data.

Data can already be combined and filtered on the server, so all the heavy duty work is kept off your computer and only the truly wanted data is transferred.

Being a W3C standard, support for SPARQL is provided by almost any tool and programming language used for working with data.

Last but not least, results can be browsed in the Knowledge Graph Browser by simply clicking on their URLs.

Docs

How to use this service

You enjoy playing with data and would like to dive deeper into it. The OpenDataHub comes with full documentation, with separate chapters dedicated to the SPARQL endpoint and on how to use it from R.

If you need more information on SPARQL, the web is full of tutorials and guides, in addition to the official documentation at the W3C.

The graphical data model is available on GitHub and more queries are available on the portal.

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How can I use it?

The SPARQL endpoint can also be used from a large number of commercial and open source tools. Among them are:

Further, it can be accessed by any programming modern language that can do HTTP requests and parse JSON.

By downloading data in CSV format, it can be made usable by probably any data analysis and business intelligence software.