voiD store

http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/id/void

is the subject of the following predicates and values –

void:uriRegexPattern ^http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/id/.+ [source]
void:sparqlEndpoint http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/sparql/ [source]
rdf:type void:Dataset [source]
rdf:type void:Dataset [source]
void:statItem abe [source]
void:statItem abe [source]
dcterms:subject http://dbpedia.org/resource/Author [source]
dcterms:subject http://dbpedia.org/resource/Person [source]
void:exampleResource http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/id/person-SHAKESPEARE_WILLIAM_(1564-1616) [source]
void:feature SPARQL endpoint [source]
void:sparqlEndpoint http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/sparql/ [source]
void:uriRegexPattern ^http://biolit\.rkbexplorer\.com/id/.+ [source]
dcterms:publisher http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com [source]
description"@e There is a lot of text in this store, so you may want to avoid doing free text searches on things like Shakespeare and people ! This repository contains data processed by Hugh Glaser as a birthday present to Ian Davis. It is a very quick and dirty job of processing the data provided by Project Gutenberg from A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John W. Cousin. Please feel free to get the raw data in n3 and do anything you like with it, such as choosing a decent ontology, etc.. If you then want me to publish it instead, that would be fine. Also, it would be great if someone felt like doing linkage to other sources - I have run out of time to do any more work on this. [source]
foaf:nick biolit [source]
title"@e biolit.rkbexplorer.com Linked Data Repository [source]
dcterms:date 2010-09-13T11:30:30 [source]
rdfs:label biolit.rkbexplorer.com Linked Data Repository [source]
foaf:homepage http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/ [source]
rdf:type void:Dataset [source]
void:subset abe [source]
void:subset abe [source]
void:subset abe [source]
void:statItem abe [source]
void:statItem abe [source]
dcterms:subject http://dbpedia.org/resource/Author [source]
dcterms:subject http://dbpedia.org/resource/Person [source]
void:vocabulary FOAF [source]
void:vocabulary http://www.rkbexplorer.com/ontologies/resist# [source]
void:vocabulary akt: [source]
void:vocabulary void: [source]
void:vocabulary scovo: [source]
void:exampleResource http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/id/person-SHAKESPEARE_WILLIAM_(1564-1616) [source]
void:feature SPARQL endpoint [source]
void:sparqlEndpoint http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/sparql/ [source]
void:uriRegexPattern ^http://biolit\.rkbexplorer\.com/id/.+ [source]
dcterms:publisher http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com [source]
description"@e There is a lot of text in this store, so you may want to avoid doing free text searches on things like Shakespeare and people ! This repository contains data processed by Hugh Glaser as a birthday present to Ian Davis. It is a very quick and dirty job of processing the data provided by Project Gutenberg from A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John W. Cousin. Please feel free to get the raw data in n3 and do anything you like with it, such as choosing a decent ontology, etc.. If you then want me to publish it instead, that would be fine. Also, it would be great if someone felt like doing linkage to other sources - I have run out of time to do any more work on this. [source]
title"@e biolit.rkbexplorer.com Linked Data Repository [source]
dcterms:date 2010-09-08T08:26:30 [source]
rdfs:label biolit.rkbexplorer.com Linked Data Repository [source]
foaf:homepage http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/ [source]
rdf:type void:Dataset [source]
foaf:homepage http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/ [source]
rdfs:label biolit.rkbexplorer.com Linked Data Repository [source]
dcterms:date 2010-09-13T11:30:30 [source]
title"@e biolit.rkbexplorer.com Linked Data Repository [source]
foaf:nick biolit [source]
description"@e There is a lot of text in this store, so you may want to avoid doing free text searches on things like Shakespeare and people ! This repository contains data processed by Hugh Glaser as a birthday present to Ian Davis. It is a very quick and dirty job of processing the data provided by Project Gutenberg from A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John W. Cousin. Please feel free to get the raw data in n3 and do anything you like with it, such as choosing a decent ontology, etc.. If you then want me to publish it instead, that would be fine. Also, it would be great if someone felt like doing linkage to other sources - I have run out of time to do any more work on this. [source]
dcterms:publisher http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com [source]
void:uriRegexPattern ^http://biolit\.rkbexplorer\.com/id/.+ [source]
void:sparqlEndpoint http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/sparql/ [source]
void:feature SPARQL endpoint [source]
void:exampleResource http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/id/person-SHAKESPEARE_WILLIAM_(1564-1616) [source]
dcterms:subject http://dbpedia.org/resource/Person [source]
dcterms:subject http://dbpedia.org/resource/Author [source]
void:statItem abe [source]
void:statItem abe [source]
rdf:type abe [source]
rdf:type abe [source]
 

http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/id/void

is also the object of the following subject and predicates –

abe void:subjectsTarget [source]
abe void:subjectsTarget [source]
abe void:subjectsTarget [source]
http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/data/void foaf:primaryTopic [source]
http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/data/void foaf:primaryTopic [source]
http://biolit.rkbexplorer.com/data/void foaf:primaryTopic [source]