TMIB-22: This October, the short form of `committer` was fixed Mafia game using Elixir + Elm

Jupyter Notebooks with Elixir and RDF

I just published a post today ‘Jupyter Notebooks with Elixir and RDF: Using IElixir in JupyterLab with the SPARQL.Client package’.

The post very briefly touches on the role of Jupyter Notebooks as computational notebooks which integrate live code, text, math and media.

It then shows how we can use the IElixir kernel to run a Jupyter Notebook with Elixir as our language of choice. Using the TestQuery module developed in an earlier post it shows how this can be used within a Juyter Notebook context to run SPARQL queries using the SPARQL.Client package directly from the notebook and to process the SPARQL query result sets.

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Credo, a new static code analysis tool that acts as a code linter, but also focusses on teaching coding practices and code consistency.