Oakland, CA, November 30, 2011—Tom Sawyer Software, the premier provider of software for building high-performance data visualization and social network analysis applications, is presenting at the Joint International Semantic Technology Conference, taking place December 4 – 7, 2011 in Hangzhou, China.
The Joint International Semantic Technology Conference (JIST) is a regional federation of semantic web related conferences that join together researchers in the field of semantic technology. At the conference, Tom Sawyer Software will be presenting a demonstration paper titled, "Shining Light on Complex RDF Data Through Advanced Data Visualization". This paper discusses ongoing work at Tom Sawyer Software in the area of advanced visualization and analysis of very large data sets, including RDF data sets. Along with the presentation, the company will be demonstrating an application for visually analyzing RDF data.
Tom Sawyer Software is committed to contributing towards the advancement of the semantic technology field. The company recently released Tom Sawyer Perspectives, Version 3.1 – graphics-based software for developing data-oriented visual analysis applications to further simplify the task of integrating RDF data sources, as well as support of SPARQL endpoints. Applications built with Tom Sawyer Perspectives enables organizations to discover hidden patterns and relationships in complex data.