LINCS Blog

Open-source triplestore battle

  • Pieter Botha
  • October 2, 2020

Image by Pieter Botha There are many graph databases out there that support RDF: Virtuoso, GraphDB, Stardog, AnzoGraph, and RDFox, to name just a few popular ones. But if the requirements for your triplestore include open source, as it does for our CFI-funded LINCS project, then Blazegraph and Apache‚Äôs Jena Fuseki are two of your […]

Why LINCS?

  • Susan Brown
  • August 11, 2020

The core of the Linked Infrastructure for Networked Cultural Scholarship project is the simple proposition that making Linked Open Data out of the stuff scholars use to understand and analyze culture will make a difference. LINCS hopes to make a difference to how we can make sense of the human past and present. It aims […]