Ontologies

What should we eat if we have certain dietary restrictions or pressing medical conditions? To answer this question we need to know what nutrients are contained in the food we consume and how these nutrients affect our health, and then we must be able to infer, from among the many possible connections, which kind of …

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Are you stuck with an ontology that you cannot leverage for the benefit of your organization? You are a chief data, chief architect or chief innovation officer. You undertook a promising project that implements a knowledge graph solution to solve an important use case for your company. You invested valuable resources to do so. You …

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Introduction What are the differences between timbr and graph databases? Google introduced its Knowledge Graph project in 2012 in order to enhance their search result quality. It also sparked a market for enterprise use of knowledge graphs. timbr.ai disrupted the knowledge graph skyline in 2020 by introducing SQL ontologies. So, what makes timbr so special? …

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In this part 1 of 2, we explain the features and uses of the GA360 SQL knowledge graph. An off-the-shelf, customizable SQL Knowledge Graph enabled with graph algorithms, turns Google Analytics 360 data export to BigQuery into a user-friendly strategic tool, that shortens data science time-to-value and empowers marketing and sales teams with access to …

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There is a built-in discrepancy between how businesses conceptualize their business domain, and how this conceptualization gets translated into concrete data models. Virtual SQL Ontologies resolve this discrepancy by delivering key capabilities to relational databases that data modeling can’t deliver, such as defining abstract concepts, business rules, context and relationships that enrich data. Data modeling …

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Why haven’t you implemented a knowledge graph to empower your organization? Now you have no excuses. CIOs and CTOs are exposed to risky decisions with high impact and visibility across their companies. On one hand, their organization depends on IT to support operations, remain competitive and enable daily and strategic decision making. On the other, …

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