What We Do
Data Language is an industry leader in Information Architecture, ontology design and practical knowledge graph implementation. We use Domain Driven Design practises and user-centred design to focus information and data design on core business needs.
Information Architecture Blog Posts
Data Graphs - Fully Managed Knowledge Graphs
Introducing Data Graphs - a fully managed SaaS structured data solution, that combines an intuitive user experience with flexible integration.
19 January 2021
Getting the most from your Sports Data
Guest blogger Jim Howard shares his experiences in Sports publishing patterns, and how to extract most value from your sports data.
02 July 2020
PICO, Cochrane and Schema.org
How Cochrane are marking up COVID-19 clinical studies with Schema.org and PICO structured data.
31 May 2020
How knowledge graph technology is helping Cochrane respond to COVID-19
A knowledge graph case study on the data architecture of the Cochrane COVID-19 Study Register and the Cochrane Linked Data Project.
07 April 2020
GraphQL and Graph Databases
A discussion on the synergies between GraphQL and Graph Databases, data architecture and how ontology models provide the special ingredients.
05 February 2020
Current impacts of AI on Technology Delivery
A discussion of AI and Data Science delivery anti-patterns, their impacts on data platform technical architectures, and strategies for reducing complexity and mitigation.
17 September 2019
How to use domain modeling to improve subject tagging
An introductory guide to tagging, Part 4. Using domain-driven design as a foundation for a better tag strategy.
14 June 2019
Why good subject tagging is hard
An introductory guide to tagging, Part 3. Why is good quality subject tagging so hard? The post looks at literature from library science to explore the root causes and possible solutions.
12 June 2019
The importance of tagging when publishing on the web
An introductory guide to tagging, Part 2. Looking at the renewed interest in subject tagging and the challenges facing organisations in getting their information management right.
12 June 2019
Why the web turned its back on the librarians. And why we need them back.
An introductory guide to tagging, Part 1. Examining how developments in search technology created the perception that good information management practices were redundant.
12 June 2019
Visualisations of FIBO - the Financial Industry Business Ontology
14 August 2014