It takes hard work to simplify a complex idea into something that can be easily understood by non-experts. Here is...

It takes hard work to simplify a complex idea into something that can be easily understood by non-experts. Here is…

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It takes hard work to simplify a complex idea into something that can be easily understood by non-experts. Here is an excellent explanation of graph databases.

Edit: it wasn’t until I went back to this piece that I realized that this was written by our very own, Teodora Petkova! Excellent job, Teodora!

HT Zara Altair

Originally shared by Ontotext

What Is Data and Why Would Anyone Ever Want To Tidy Up a Mess?

A simple explanation for non-techies about what a data mess is and how GraphDB can clear it up

We all make messes. In our digital world these messes often boil down to data messes. We have data scattered across various places, in different formats, unclassified, hard to use, sometimes impossible to make sense of.

Getting data right might be a technical matter, yet in a data-driven environment getting data and their management is something everyone would need at some point.

Read more about cleaning a data mess in our blog post about

12 comments

  1. Gideon Rosenblatt Thanks for the share.

  2. Sowmyan Tirumurti thank you for the ping. I wouldn’t have seen this if it wasn’t you!

  3. Gideon Rosenblatt thanks! “our very own” melted my heart :))

  4. Hi Teodora Petkova . That was a really great piece. Nicely done.

  5. Whatever your didcusding, I’m interested. May I be a part of your subject discusdion?Please

  6. Data is a bit of useful information that has a code.

  7. Stephen Hawkins simplified some of his publcations : Time, to a certain extent, for example.

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