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= Web Semantic project

this project has been done by the students : 
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* Romain Dupont
* Ismaël Benbrik--kerhamon
* Teddy Barkou

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In Master 1 ALMA 2021-2022

== how can you use our data?

=== Git structure

There are 2 differents directory :

* *_Data_* which is representing the data that you need to have to test our project
* *_Requetes_* where you will find every requests that have been made during the step 2 and 3.

In addition, you'll find the _mapping.sparql_ file that have been used to generate turtle files.

Turtle files have been generated in 2 differents modes :

* Basic turtle
* N-triples turtle

Please note that if you're using apache fuseki as server, you can upload one of the 2 file, they're both working.

=== Using our data

Our basic data are those in the files named dataGrp10. 

in addition, to link to other groups, we needed a dataset with both the insee code and the postal code of each city in France. As our base dataset does not contain these 2 informations in the same time, we found another dataset, which is located in the folder *_Data-additionnelle_*.

Also, we directly downloaded the files of the other groups we worked with. They are stored in the folder _Autres Groupes_.

If you want to test our queries, you will need to make graphs with all the data you need. You will have to name the graphs in this format : 
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* _http://www.ex.org/dataGrpX_, with X the number of the group
* _http://www.ex.org/codepostal_ for the file that is named _DataGrp10Extended_ in the folder *_Data/Data-additionnelle_*
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=== Step 3 :

If you want open our file named _etape3.owl_ with protege, just launch protege, open _etape3.owl_ and use the reasonner to see the results !

=== Step 5 : 

Our file _void.ttl_ is used to specify void vocabulary to describe our dataset.

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== Any questions ?

Don't hesitate to directly send an email to romain.dupont@etu.univ-nantes.fr