Infovore is a map/reduce framework for processing large RDF data sets such as Freebase and DBpedia. It is based on Hadoop.
|Tags||RDF hadoop pig semantic NLP|
|Operating Systems||Linux Unix|
|Implementation||Jena Semantic Web framework spring hadoop Guava Jena|
Release Notes: This adds the "sumRDF" tool, which sums up RDF values and is necessary for the conversion of DBpedia-derived subjective importance scores to :BaseKB-compatible scores.
Release Notes: This release adds the "smushSubject" tool, which can change the vocabulary used in the subject field using a reduce-side join.
Release Notes: This release moves the "SelfAwareTool" from the telepath project into infovore. This component automatically configures a Hadoop job based on introspection of the environment of the Tool object.
Release Notes: This release adds a rollback to guava 11.0.2 to avoid "dependency hell" problems with Hadoop. There are also improvements, generalization, and cleanups to support reduce-side join handling in telepath.
Release Notes: This release updates to Centipede 99.3, Spring 4, and Guava 16. If you hate XML, you can now configure Infovore with Groovy.