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Focus group

  1. a form of qualitative research in which a group of people is asked about their attitude towards a product, service, concept, advertisement, idea, or packagingSource: Wikipedia
  2. The United States federal government makes extensive use of focus groups to assess public education materials and messages for their many programsSource: Wikipedia
  3. Questions are asked in an interactive group setting where participants are free to talk with other group membersSource: Wikipedia
  4. Ernest Dichter originated the idea of having a "group therapy" for products and this process is what became known as a focus groupSource: Wikipedia
  5. In the world of marketing, focus groups are seen as an important tool for acquiring feedback regarding new products, as well as various topicsSource: Wikipedia
  6. Focus Groups at Usability.govSource: Website
  7. In the social sciences and urban planning, focus groups allow interviewers to study people in a more natural setting than a one-to-one interviewSource: Wikipedia
  8. Focus Group PrinciplesSource: Website
  9. Online Focus GroupsSource: Website
  10. Dos and don'ts for using marketing focus groupsSource: Website
  11. In traditional focus groups, a screened (qualified) group of respondents gathers in the same roomSource: Wikipedia
  12. Paid Focus Groups and Online Research StudiesSource: Website
  13. Paid Focus Groups LiveSource: Website
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Linked Data

  1. a term used to describe a method of exposing, sharing, and connecting data on the Web via dereferenceable URIsSource: Wikipedia
  2. Uses URIs to identify things that you expose to the Web as resourcesSource: Wikipedia
  3. Uses HTTP URIs so that people can locate and look up (dereference) these thingsSource: Wikipedia
  4. Provides useful information about the resource when its URI is dereferencedSource: Wikipedia
  5. Includes links to other, related URIs in the exposed data as a means of improving information discovery on the WebSource: Wikipedia
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  1. a shorthand non-XML serialization of Resource Description Framework models, designed with human-readability in mindSource: Wikipedia
  2. The format is being developed by Tim Berners-Lee and others from the Semantic Web communitySource: Wikipedia
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  1. a markup language for publishing and sharing data using ontologies on the World Wide WebSource: Wikipedia
  2. a family of knowledge representation languages for authoring ontologies, and is endorsed by the World Wide Web ConsortiumSource: Wikipedia
  3. The natural acronym for Web Ontology Language would be WOL instead of OWLSource: Wikipedia
  4. By a funny conincidence, the character Owl from Winnie the Pooh wrote his name WOL (exactly opposite to the way the acronym OWL was created for this term)Source: Wikipedia
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Resource Description Framework

  1. allows making statements about web resources in the form of subject-predicate-object expressions (triples)Source: Wikipedia
  2. a family of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) specifications, originally designed as a metadata data model, which has come to be used as a general method of modeling information through a variety of syntax formatsSource: Wikipedia
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Semantic Web

  1. tries to make it possible for the web to understand and satisfy the requests of people and machines to use the web contentSource: Wikipedia
  2. derives from World Wide Web Consortium director Sir Tim Berners-Lee's vision of the Web as a universal medium for data, information, and knowledge exchangeSource: Wikipedia
  3. comprises a set of design principles, collaborative working groups, and a variety of enabling technologiesSource: Wikipedia
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  1. is a query language for RDF graphsSource: Wikipedia
  2. pronounced "sparkle"Source: Wikipedia
  3. its name is an acronym that stands for Simple Protocol and RDF Query LanguageSource: Wikipedia
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