Deep Dive: 50 Shades of SHACL
Deep Dive: 50 Shades of SHACL deals with the details of the Shapes Constraint Language, the W3C standard for defining rules for data validation and other purposes. SHACL is an indispensable tool for creating semantic models. The SHACL engine is not only used to validate data, but as a generic rule engine that supports inferencing and reasoning. SHACL is, much more than OWL, the basis for effective information modelling in the world of the semantic web.
After following this course, you are able to:
• Use SHACL to establish integrity rules
• Understand how the various components of the standard relate
• Design and implement executable mapping rules and transformations
• Use SPARQL to create user-defined constraint components
• Control a SHACL engine
For this training it is desirable that you have followed the training "Linked Data for Practitioners - Basic techniques", or have a comparable level of knowledge.
This training does not lead to a specific certificate. It is, however, possible to do a written knowledge quiz.
Jan Voskuil, Jesse Bakker
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