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scripts for outputting some reports from the Web Data Commons NQuads
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# These steps will take a long time to download the data set.
# First, get the list of available NQuad files to download.
wget http://webdatacommons.org/2012-08/stats/files.list
# We're only interested in the microdata set right now since that seems to be where schema.org/Book is used more. So create a file list
cat files.list | grep html-microdata > microdata_files.list
# OK, this will take a while depending on your connection. Let it run overnight.
wget -i microdata_files.list
# Gunzip all the compressed files.
gunzip *gz
# Use grep to filter through all the NQuads and select only those that have schema.org/Book on the line. This can be changed to get any type.
cat html-microdata* | grep schema.org/Book >> microdata_books_nquads.nq
# Then run the script to create the report.
nquad_context_count_per_host.rb microdata_books_nquads.nq
# Open the CSV file with the appropriate program. This works on Ubuntu.
xdg-open microdata_books_nquads.csv
#! /usr/bin/env ruby
# counts statements and lists properties for hosts in nquads file
require 'rdf'
require 'rdf/nquads'
require 'csv'
contexts = {}
filename = ARGV[0]
extension = File.extname(filename)
basename = File.basename(filename, extension)
RDF::NQuads::Reader.open(filename) do |reader|
reader.each_statement do |statement|
if !statement.context.nil?
host = statement.context.host
predicate = statement.predicate.to_s
contexts[host] ||= {}
contexts[host]['count'] ||= 0
contexts[host]['count'] += 1
contexts[host]['props'] ||= []
if predicate.include?('http://schema.org/')
predicate.sub!('http://schema.org/', '')
end
contexts[host]['props'] << predicate
contexts[host]['props'].uniq!
end
end
end
sorted_contexts = contexts.sort_by{|k,v| v['count']}.reverse
CSV.open("#{basename}.csv", 'wb') do |csv|
csv << %w(host count properties)
sorted_contexts.each do |context, data|
csv << [context, data['count'], data['props'].sort.join(' ')]
end
end
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