As part of our simple explainer video series, we wanted to highlight Linked Data, resource description frameworks (RDF), and our tool Carbon LDP. With RDF and Linked Data we have the capability to create relationships between different pieces of information.
In short, Linked Data allows you to build flexible data models, that can adapt to changes in the structure of the information. Linked Data doesn’t use conventional table schemas, instead, it is able to manage data as individual items that can be related to each other. The foundation for accomplishing this goal is the Resource Description Framework (RDF).
Take a look at the video for a more detailed explanation of Linked Data. If you have questions, or just want to learn more about Base22 and Carbon LDP, please get in touch with us today.