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RGraph: HTML5 canvas graph library based on the HTML5 canvas tag

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Interactive javascript canvas graphs using the HTML5 canvas tag for all platforms


Home - Common Tag

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Common Tag is an open tagging format developed to make content more connected, discoverable and engaging. Unlike free-text tags, Common Tags are references to unique, well-defined concepts, complete with metadata and their own URLs. With Common Tag, site owners can more easily create topic hubs, cross-promote their content, and enrich their pages with free data, images and widgets.

Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds

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Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. The images you create with Wordle are yours to use however you like. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share with your friends. - Webservice that tags your resources

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This is a simple webservice that helps you in tagging textual content on and off the web.

BibSonomy :: home

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BibSonomy is a system for sharing bookmarks and lists of literature. When discovering a bookmark or a publication on the web, you can store it on our server. You can add tags to your post to retrieve it more easily. This is very similar to the bookmarks/favorites that you store within your browser. The advantage of BibSonomy is that you can access your data from whereever you are. Furthermore, you can discover more bookmarks and publications from your friends and other people.

Diki live demo — The Pace Project - privacy in the social semantic web

Diki is a peer-to-peer (or better: friend-to-friend) network for social semantic web application. Think of it as an instant messenger program for social networks like, bibsonomy, citeseer, facebook or studivz. Unlike those social networks, diki does not have a central server that stores your private data. The idea of diki is to create a social network that respects the users' privacy but giving them all functionality that server-based social networks have. In the current release you can create bookmarks, tag them and invite friends. Then you can search for bookmarks in your friends-network.


Home | OpenCalais

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We want to make all the world's content more accessible, interoperable and valuable. Some call it Web 2.0, Web 3.0, the Semantic Web or the Giant Global Graph - we call our piece of it Calais. Calais is a rapidly growing toolkit of capabilities that allow you to readily incorporate state-of-the-art semantic functionality within your blog, content management system, website or application.

Primal Fusion

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Get your thoughts together Looking for some inspiration? Tell us what you're thinking about, then explore a host of connected ideas from the growing Primal Fusion thought network. When you see ideas that you like, save them into your own personal thought networks. Organize and tag your thoughts to express their meanings more precisely. Then use your thought networks to take action and get stuff done — online, offline, and with other people.

HandyTag, l'extension indispensable pour Firefox 3 ? - Le Navigosaure

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HandyTag fait appel à plusieurs sources afin de trouver les mot clefs les plus pertinents des marque-pages

Everybody | Faviki - Social bookmarking tool using smart semantic Wikipedia (DBpedia) tags

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Faviki is a social bookmarking tool which allows you to tag webpages you want to remember with Wikipedia terms. This means that everybody uses the same names for tags from the world's largest collection of knowledge.

TagCow - Make your photos yours again

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Automatically tag thousands of photos and make your photo library yours again! Info ou intox?

MOAT : donner du sens à vos tags | Les petites cases

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MOAT permet d'associer à un tag une URI.

index [MOAT]

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MOAT (Meaning Of A Tag) provides a Semantic Web framework to publish semantically-annotated content from free-tagging. While tags are widely used in Web 2.0 services, their lack of machine-understandable meaning can be a problem for information retrieval, especially when people use tags that can have different meanings depending on the context. MOAT aims to solve this by providing a way for users to define meaning(s) of their tag(s) using URIs of Semantic Web resources (such as URIs from dbpedia, geonames … or any knowledge base), and then annotate content with those URIs rather than free-text tags, leveraging content into Semantic Web, by linking data together. Moreover, tag meanings can be shared between people, providing an architecture of participation to define and exchange potential meanings of tags within a community of users. To achieve this goal, MOAT relies on an architecture that can be deployed for any organisation or community and that involves a lightweight ontology, a MOAT server, and some third-party clients .


Ontology In A Nutshell (version 2) » SlideShare

Introduction to ontologies and folksonomies. By Fabien Gandon (INRIA)

Les tags évoluent pour faciliter la recherche d'images Recherche

Dans le futur, les photos se verront attribuer automatiquement des tags. Ces qualificatifs évolueront dans le temps en fonction des usages et du vocabulaire employé par les internautes sur les sites de partage d'images.


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Thagoo is a tagged search engine that uses popular social bookmarking sites as a reference to give reliable and popular results.

TagMaps Web Services

TagMaps is a toolkit to visualize text (well, tags) geographically on a map. TagMaps is available as a Flash component for your own website. The tags input to the visualization can be drawn from your own application - or you use the data API of one of our sample applications, World Explorer, where we used TagMaps to visualize Flickr tags on a map. TagMaps is a research prototype from Yahoo! Research Berkeley. We'd love to hear your questions or comments; please come visit our blog and drop us a line.


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TagMaps is a toolkit to visualize text (well, tags) geographically on a map. Check out the sample applications, where we use Flickr tags on a map to build a world exploration tool.

Site Caderige - Pages Internes

CADIXE XML Annotation Editor has been developed in the frame of the CADERIGE Project ( for doing easy and interactive annotation of text documents using a tag set described by an external DTD.


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Moteur de recherche qui passe d'abord par un nuage de mots-clés (et par de la co-occurrence).

Les systèmes de classification et de modélisation des connaissances

Des définitions de "vocabulaire contrôlé", "taxonomie", "thésaurus" et "ontologie".


Use PHP and XSL to create a DHTML link graph

In this tutorial, you learn to build a link graph with XML, PHP, and JavaScript code. Link graphs are paragraphs of keywords in which the size of each word depends on some data value -- in this case, the frequency of the term. The more often the term occurs, the larger the font size of the word. This tutorial shows how to build an RSS parser that in turn builds a keyword list along with the word frequencies. It also demonstrates how to use XSLT to create an HTML page that shows the link graph and relates its term to its original article.

Filtres OU pour les commandes de mots-clés

Les commandes des mots-clés (comme Afficher les articles qui contiennent ce mot-clé) comportaient déjà un filtre ET (par exemple les articles qui contiennent le mot-clé A et le mot-clé B), elles comportent maintenant également un filtre OU (afficher les articles qui contiennent le mot-clé A ou le mot-clé B), suite à une demande d'Olivier.