The recently funded ($2.43m) LIEF project “Linked semantic platforms for social & physical infrastructure & wellbeing” had it’s kick-off meeting at the Hawthorn Arts Centre on 6th March. This collaboration explores the linkage and use of data from and across multiple perspectives: from policy documents, to research publications to actual data sets. The project will leverage platforms such as AURIN (www.aurin.org.au) and technologies such as Jupyter notebooks. Examples of the kinds of things we have been working on in this space are shown at:
These videos were from the work of very industrious Masters student Juno Lee.