Linked Data Course

Linked Data Course

Thursday, May 19, 2016

An 'Introductory Analysis of Linked Data' course is being held on 20-24 June at the University of Sydney. This 5-day short course introduces the topic of the analysis of linked data at an introductory to intermediate level and provides participants with a theoretical grounding as well as hands-on practical experience with de-identified linked NSW data files. The CHeReL staff present a number of talks including how to access linked data, the privacy and security implications of using linked data and the technical details of how record linkage is performed.

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POISONING IN CHILDREN

CASE STUDY

Drug poisonings in young children are common and should be preventable. Our short written case study demonstrates the benefits of research using linked data in this area.

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NEWS & EVENTS

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HOW TO APPLY FOR CROSS-JURISDICTIONAL LINKED DATA

ONLINE APPLICATION SYSTEM