We are happy to announce the Version 3.0 release of the Framester project: https://w3id.org/framester.
We invite everyone to subscribe to the Framester google group that supports community discussion: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/framester-linguistic-linked-data-hub
Framester is a highly connected knowledge graph that provides an extended formalisation of Fillmore’s frame semantics, hence enabling full-fledged OWL querying and reasoning.
It is the largest linked data resource connecting linguistic, factual and ontological knowledge graphs (either existing or newly created): WordNet 3.0, FrameNet 1.5, VerbNet 3.1, the Adjective Ontology, PredicateMatrix, LexPar, PropBank, BabelNet, the Preposition Project, the Paraphrase Database, Word-Net standoff files, WordNet Supersenses, OntoWordNet, SentiWordNet 3.0, DepecheMood, DeepKnowNet, ConceptNet, DBpedia, YAGO, DOLCE-Zero, Schema.org, NELL-RDF, OntoLex-Lemon, etc.
Get and play with Framester:
SPARQL endpoint: https://w3id.org/framester/sparql
RDF data dump: https://github.com/framester/Framester
Word Frame Disambiguation service: http://lipn.univ-paris13.fr/framester/en/wfd_html/
Framester statistics: https://w3id.org/framester/stat
Framester VoID description: https://w3id.org/framester/dataset
Framester is developed and maintained also thanks to
the EU H2020 MARIO project: http://www.mario-project.eu
the LabEx Empirical Foundations of Linguistics (EFL) project: http://www.labex-efl.org/?q=en/home
Framester related publications: http://lipn.univ-paris13.fr/framester/en/publications/